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  • In the 1950s, loft dwellings were still an underground way of life, recalls Amram, the composer.

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  • Verse 1 begins with the marriage of Jochebed and Amram, which is immediately followed by the narrative of Moses’s birth, concealment and rescue.

    Miriam: Midrash and Aggadah.

  • "Amram" mounds are enclosed within two lines of rampart, lying at right angles to each other, and forming, with the river, a sort of triangle, within which all the principal ruins are comprised, except the mound called "Babil".

    The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 1. (of 7): Chaldaea The History, Geography, And Antiquities Of Chaldaea, Assyria, Babylon, Media, Persia, Parthia, And Sassanian or New Persian Empire; With Maps and Illustrations.

  • '' 'Amram' '' ([[Hebrew]] '' 'עַמְרָ֜ם' '', [[Name means:: friend of the Most High]]) (ca. [[Born::

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  • Burt Glinn/Magnum David Amram improvising jazz on the French horn at the Five Spot Caf é in New York City in 1957 The data are fascinating, if fragmentary, but they don't answer with any certainty the questions that Mr. Ball places at the heart of the matter: Is music a language?

    Hear It, Feel It

  • Ms. Albers seems more fascinated by Mitchell's sex life than by her art, itemizing her turbulent relationships with Grove Press publisher Barney Rosset (whom she briefly married), the painters Michael Goldberg, Sam Francis and Jean-Paul Riopelle (for whom she permanently abandoned the U.S. for France), Samuel Beckett, and the composer David Amram, among others.

    A Fiercely Gifted Artist

  • This is the unlikely tale of Zelikman, a tall, thin Jewish physician from the distant Frankish lands, most noticeable for his long blond hair; and Amram, a giant of a man from the distant land of Abyssinia who incites fear in all who gaze upon him, and yet possesses a calculating mind.

    2010 February 13 « The BookBanter Blog

  • The benefit, set for Sunday, January 16 at The Bitter End, 147 Bleecker Street at 9 pm, is scheduled to feature Peter Yarrow, David Amram, Randy Brecker, Danny Kortchmar's group the Kingbees and Moogy's own outfit the Peaceniks are scheduled to perform.

    Michael Sigman: Moogy Klingman Passes

  • When Moses' father, Amram, in desperation at the oppressive and genocidal laws of Egypt, separated from his wife, believing that it was wrong to bring any more children into the pit that was Egypt, he was rebuked by his young daughter Miriam -- and listened!

    Rabbi Adam Jacobs: How The Torah Is Pro-Women

  • Technically the rabbis assert that “four died because of the Serpent” rather than their sins: Benjamin son of Jacob, Amram the father of Moses, Jesse the father of David, and Caleb the son of David.

    The Ten Commandments

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