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pard

n. partner; friend. (From pardner. Also a term of address.) Come on, pard, let’s go find some action.
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Pardes reminds that it is not proper to delete the original caption of the photo you are reposting.
Stunning Pardes Steading is a fabulous family home with a fantastic range of accommodation
Local Stories is another ongoing initiative within Shared Communities that has drawn residents of Pardes Hanna-Karkur and Kfar Kara to meet on a regular basis.
I would nevertheless point out that an important issue in ancient Jewish mysticism, which had a huge impact on the development of the medieval Jewish mysticism, the entrance of four sages in the Pardes, the mystical orchard, according to the different ancient versions of this legend, should be interpreted in the context of the Paradise-visits.
He was cerebral to the core - as was so tellingly brought out in the themes he explored in Guide, Des Pardes, Hare Rama Hare Krishna or Vijay Anand's Tere Mere Sapne.
He lived with his parents and siblings in the Kiryat Ono transit camp, and later in Pardes Katz.
Similarly, when you go to restaurants like "Des Pardes at Saidpur Village", it is associated with our culture.
Herbert Pardes, M.D., president and CEO of New York-Presbyterian Hospital in a Jan.
Seguidamente analiza los pasajes del Cantar que dibujan de forma poetica un relato simbolico de la realidad: la descripcion de la mujer (7,1-6), las referencias a har (montana), las <<flechas de fuego>> de 8,6-7 y, en capitulo aparte, los textos donde aparecen los terminos gan y pardes (jardin), que le permiten relacionar el Cantar con el simbolismo del Templo y el misticismo judio representado por la historia de <<Los cuatro que entraron en Pardes>>.
I agree with Ilana Pardes's suggestion that the key to this verse is a re placement of the standard model of female (sororal) competition with one of collaboration.
Adjman Pardes, chief of the province"s health department, said four children and a policeman died.
Fifteen-year-old Sail Pardes, from eastern Afghanistan, had been at the camp for six months and was hoping to make his way to England.
By Ilana Pardes. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008.
All these various strands intersect richly with Robert Milder's Exiled Royalties and Ilana Pardes's Melville's Bibles, two very different studies that nonetheless share an unabashed and delightfully conveyed pleasure in the Melvillean text--not just as a driving force to move the reading along but as a critical principle that re-infuses classic texts with at times surprisingly new and provocative readings.
I heard exactly the same thing from Herbert Pardes, president of New York's renowned New York Presbyterian Hospital, and one of the US's most distinguished doctors.