When I type: Nachas
("pride"), my phone autocorrects to: Nachos.
More than a half-century later, his decision offers a never-ending source of nachas
for American Jews, who saw in his stance the possibility of being proudly Jewish and proudly American, within the culturally essential confines of the national pastime.
"A teacher showed us, the way, Australian Aborigines threw the curved piece of wood [boomerang] and how it returned to its point of origin ", said Nasser Al Nachas
, 16 an Emirati grade 11 pupil who was on 'Summer Abroad Programme' organised by Abu Dhabi Educational Council (ADEC).
It's basically the bye-bye for being a child." He then lists his new responsibilities, which involve some challenging life questions, like "Is God a person with a old white beard?" Mendel's father, Rabbi Sholom Hurwitz, sheps some serious nachas
over his son's inquisitiveness, saying that "questioning is the heart of Judaism."
Plus, if elected he could provide some real nachas
as the first Senator to serve in Iraq.
Nacha wrapped her legs around the rope that hung from the jacaranda tree in the center of the town.
Nacha edged in closer, kneeling on the hem of her blue cotton skirt.
Nacha ran her tongue across the split, patchy ridges of her dry lips as she cranked the wooden bucket of water up from the well.