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  • proper n. A surname of Hebrew origin.


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  • Lucille had told him before she left Shalhevet that she had a plan for getting the Qliphoth to reveal themselves.

    The Omega Theory

  • Olam had taught Ehud how to run the computer; the young zealot had formerly been a student at Hebrew University, and he seemed a little brighter than the other settlers in Shalhevet.

    The Omega Theory

  • AFTER SUNSET NICO SWITCHED TO HIS INFRARED BINOCULARS, WHICH showed the trailers of Shalhevet as glowing white rectangles against the black hilltop.

    The Omega Theory

  • Just a few yards from the spot where Shalhevet Pass, a ten-month-old Israeli infant, was famously shot and killed by a Palestinian sniper while sitting in her stroller in March, 2001, I danced with my children to celebrate the Jewish festival of Sukkot.

    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: A Spiritual Night in Hebron

  • The incoming freshman had made an impression on the administrators of Shalhevet High School For Girls as "a sweet and bright girl who had Jewish values," said Headmaster Rabbi Zev Friedman.

    Crash Victim Is Eulogized

  • Mr. Friedman said he canceled classes at Shalhevet so he could offer condolences to the Erdan family and so the student body could pay its respects.

    Crash Victim Is Eulogized

  • Here, their first son, Shalhevet, was born in 1920.

    Recha Freier.

  • MAP: ISRAEL, We won't go: Maon residents are busily building a new synagogue (map shows: PALESTINIAN AREAS OF CONTROL, ISRAELI CONTROL, JOINT CONTROL, also locations of: Maon Farm outpost and Ahuzat Shalhevet outpost)

    Unsettling Israel

  • "I had a wonderful time seeing my friends from other schools," said Devora Eisenberg, a sophomore at Shalhevet.

    Yeshiva University News

  • A grandchild of Holocaust survivors, Alperin moonlights as a tour leader for Shalhevet, which every year takes teens on missions to Poland and Israel.

    J. Weekly


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