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Szold

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

Szold

(zoʊld)

n.
Henrietta, 1860–1945, U.S. Zionist.
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See Joan Dash, Summoned to Jerusalem: The Life of Henrietta Szold (New York: Harper & Row, 1979).
10, at Old Town School of Folk Musics Szold Music and Dance Hall, 4545 N.
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.
But if she wins, Szold added, she'd be eligible to be covered by the congressional health plan.
We're going to have more than enough resources,'' said Tisei campaign spokesman Charlie Szold, who called spending by outside groups like the U.
Especial mencion merece Henrietta Szold, nacida tambien en Baltimore en 1860, hija del rabino Benjamin Szold, que llego a convertirse en reconocida pionera del Trabajo Social en Israel, cuyo primer proyecto de la organizacion Hadassah (6), relacionado con la asistencia para cuidados sanitarios a domicilio, se gano los elogios de Jane Addams.
Increasing extremism among school-age children is due to the "continued deterioration in Jewish-Arab relations in Israel in recent years, which causes hate, fear and separatism," according to a report by the Henrietta Szold Institute in Jerusalem.
For various explanations of Moses' radiance, see Louis Ginzberg, The Legends of the Jews, translated by Henrietta Szold (Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1938 [1908]), 3:93, 119, 137, 143; and 6: 50, 61.
Khoury W, Schreiber L, Szold A, Klausner JM, Wienbroum AA.
Seror D, Feigin E, Szold A, Allweis TM, Carmon M, Nissan S, Freund HR.