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  • A new Israeli based program called Tevel b’Tzedek that’s a phrase from the psalms–in English it would translate clumsily into the Earth–with Justice has just finished its first 14 week session in Kathmandu Nepal.

    New program offers Torah study + social action in Nepal | Jewschool

  • "Tevel" is familiar because a different arrangement of it appears on Zorn's _Music for Children_ as "Dreamer of Dreams".

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  • Wicked Tevel is said to hypnotize her human victims with her material riches, beauty, scarlet skirts, gold, jewels, wine, nectar, fruits and so on.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • Another appalling female representation is that of Tevel as it appears in lamentations for the dead, as well as in ascetic and penitential poems.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • Tevel seems to conform to the Jungian-Neumannian archetypes of the Great Adulteress and the Terrible Mother.

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

  • Studying texts from the Torah and Prophets to Levinas and Walter Benjamin, Tevel also had a rich array of Nepali lecturers–from the commander of the Maoist rebel army now part of the Nepali government to the chairman of the Nepali Federation of Indigeneous Peoples.

    New program offers Torah study + social action in Nepal | Jewschool

  • Molly passed Skeeter, as planned, while eight-year-old Tevel shot into the lead, on a mission of his own.

    Ripping Time

  • Tevel tastis kana pordo chone peshela, besh sar nangi adre lakis dud hefta ratti, te shundes adre lis, sarrati o gudli te vel tachodiro, te anpale tu shunesa i feris rakerena sig adosta.

    The Gypsies

  • HOT Telecom is an Israeli-based cable telephony consortium formed by Golden Channels, Tevel and Matav-Cable Systems Media.

    07.12.2004 VoIP Daily

  • Tevel (Earth, or the terrestrial world) is the allegorical personification of the world’s evil (Levin 1995, 3: 60 – 103).

    Medieval Hebrew Literature: Portrayal of Women.

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  • Tevel refers to produce from which one is obligated to separate terumah and tithes from which God's terumah has not been separated.

    November 22, 2015