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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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Hazzan Felemban and Wijdan Al-Ghalbi, both pottery makers, displayed their products.
Advocates of computational thinking contend that computational thinking is at the core of all STEM disciplines (Henderson, Cortina, Hazzan, & Wing, 2007) and has the potential to bridge learning within and acros discipline areas.
IFCs investment will augment these efforts, said Habib Hazzan, Ibtikars Managing General Partner.
These new investments are a validation of our work over the last two years, and a vote of confidence in our management," said Habib Hazzan, Managing General Partner of Ibtikar.
The many reasons to teach agile software development in universities are discussed by Hazzan & Dubinsky, (2007).
Hazzan, "The Role of Abstraction in Software Engineering", 28th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) 2006, ACM: Shanghai, China.
Expressing his appreciation of these lower costs, Kenyan fitness instructor, Hazzan Ooga Bosire said, "I am away from home, working hard so that I can secure the future of my loved ones.
The road's too small and it can be closed for four to five days when there's heavy snowfall," said ski instructor Hazzan Azougagh.
Mohammad Hazzan Ramzi is the father of Egyptian actor Sharif Ramzi and his funeral ceremony was attended by a large number of Egyptian celebrities like Hussein Fahmi, Nadia Al Jundi, Elham Shahin, Madline Tabar, Zeina, Dalal Abdel Aziz, Mervat Amin and many others.
In 1633 he became the Hazzan (cantor) of congregation Neve Shalom, though he continued to teach Hebrew language and Talmud.
Picking up the story again with the remarkably lengthy tenure of Hazzan Gershom Seixas (1768-1816)) Rock shows the perennial congregational problems (membership, money, involvement) and also the challenge.
69) Among those who left the community in 1840 were Samuelson, the shochet and hazzan, and Jonas Solomon, a member of the Committee on Arrangements, perhaps foreshadowing the relaxation of religious legal standards that resulted in prematurely eating the calf.