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haz·zan

 (KHä′zən)
n.
Variant of chazan.

hazzan

(xaˈzan; English ˈhɑːzən)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of chazan
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Remmy Hazzan, made available to newsmen in Abeokuta, on Wednesday, stated that workers welfare remained one of the cardinal objective of his administration from May 29.
Aflatoun was born in Cairo in 1924 to a Muslim family that she described was "semi-feudal and bourgeois" -- her father, Hazzan, was an entomologist who founded the entomology department of Cairo University aside from being the dean of the science faulty; her mother Salha, meanwhile, was a French-trained dress-designer who served in the women's committee of the Egyptian Red Crescent Society.
Ten Cate, on the other hand, has an existing contract with The Clarets who are next scheduled to play Shabab Al Ahli Dubai in the final of the Arabian Gulf Cup at the Hazzan Bin Zayed Stadium at 8.30pm, on Friday.
Her father, an Egyptian Jew, was a respected singer, musician, and religious Jewish cantor (Hazzan).
Their initial traction looks very promising, and the marketing technology space is prime for growth, so we are excited to continue our partnership with Gamiphy through this investment," said Habib Hazzan, Managing General Partner of Ibtikar Fund.
Congregation Beth Judea invites the community to celebrate and welcome its new clergy, Rabbi Morris Zimbalist and Cantor Hazzan Gil Ezring, as they celebrate their first shabbat with the community.
The event, organised by Safar Travel & Tourism, the travel arm of Alfahim group, was attended by Sufyan Al Saleh, president of the Lebanese Business Council; Mohammed Abdulla Al Fahim, group head of business development for Alfahim; Jihad Hazzan, COO of Alfahim Hospitality; Ziad Najjar, MEA Abu Dhabi Area Manager; and Awj Khalil, general manager of Safar Travel & Tourism.
Even though teachers have limited control over the fact that students drop out from courses, this could be seen to reflect personnel turnover in work environments in which human aspects are seen as the source of the majority of problems with software development (Hazzan and Hadar, 2008).