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(zɪˈpɔr ə, -ˈpoʊr ə, ˈzɪp ər ə)

the wife of Moses. Ex. 2:21.
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The book that would get this promising young ballerina back on track--and back to the studio--was Zippora Karz' memoir, The Sugarless Plum.
This caused him to fall madly in love with her, as Zippora relates
I wish to thank Zippora Cohen, Eran Finer, Shahar Lifshitz, Ariel Porat, and Amihai Radzyner for valuable advice regarding former drafts, and to Tobie Harris for her wonderful research assistance.
Since The Red Tent was published, book stores have been flooded with novels on Sarah, Rebecca, King David's wife Michal, Esther, Miriam and Zippora, as well as Rachel and Leah.
Another was Zippora Arzi-Gonczarowski's ISAAC, with a special module construct that allows incremental, compositional system growth.
Furst, Zagron-Batsir Geaula, Almagor Giora, Frida Glikberg, Yisrael Grafstein, Ralph Guggenheim, Miriam Hassin, Calo Haviva, Alexander Heinman, Doron Hermoni, Michael Joseph Herz, Adi Jarjoura, Aharon Karni, Edith Klain, Jeff Lederer, Marianna Mazar, Shlomo Monnickendam, Ilana Moran, Yoav Ofrath, Jacob Paz, Shmuel Reis, Moshe Rennert, Amalia Rozentzweig, Joshua Sandler, Nimrod Shoshan, Pesach Shvartzman, Miri Steir, Naomi Stockwell, Uri Strauss, Moshe Torem, Moshe Ungar, Michael Weingarten, Rachel Weiss, David Weiss, Yonah Yaphe, Yair Yodfat, Simon Zalewski, Imber Zippora, Liss Zvi.
Infected underarm sores brought New York City Ballet dancer Zippora Karz to the doctor's office some two decades ago.