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Szold

 (zōld), Henrietta 1860-1945.
American Zionist leader who founded Hadassah (1912), the Women's Zionist Organization of America.
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Szold

(zoʊld)

n.
Henrietta, 1860–1945, U.S. Zionist.
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But it seems like everyone thought that the valuations would be going down by now, and it hasn't."<br />Small business owners are selling to people like Tom Szold, who had been working in public affairs but always wanted to run a business.
See, for example, Horace Kallen to Henrietta Szold, October 28, 1914, in Horace Kallen Papers, "Henrietta Szold" folder, box 29, American Jewish Archives (AJA).
She published poems entitled "After Yom Kippur," "Israel's Power," and "The Mission of Israel," as well as ones honoring or memorializing Jewish worthies, such as Emma Lazarus, Amy Levy, Henrietta Szold, Sabato Morais, Alfred T.
(2.) Ekstein P, Szold A, Sagie B, Werbin N, Klausner JM, Weinbroum AA.
Sirens were heard before the strikes to the east of Kiryat Shmona, in the towns of Gonen, Kfar Blum, Kfar Szold, Lahavot Habashan, Neot Mordechai, Amir, Sde Nehamia and Shamir.
The aide was Tom Szold, Fiorina's national political director.
(28.) Makrin V, Avital S, White I, Sagie B, Szold A.
A day later, her campaign issued the statement that she indeed had health coverage--a short-term, non-Obamacare exchange catastrophic plan that her campaign manager, Tom Szold, said is in place while she runs for Congress.
''We're going to have more than enough resources,'' said Tisei campaign spokesman Charlie Szold, who called spending by outside groups like the U.S.