- Mor·de·cai Me·na·hem [mawr-di-kahy mey-nuh-hem, muh-nah-hem] /ˈmɔr dɪˌkaɪ ˈmeɪ nəˌhɛm, məˈnɑ hɛm/, 1881–1983, U.S. religious leader and educator, born in Lithuania: founder of the Reconstructionist movement in Judaism.
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“For her, everything was a celebration,” Tziporah Salamon reflects on Kaplan.These Ladies May Be Old, But They Have More Style Than You
April 29, 2014
Kaplan, the editor and critic, and Lincoln, the writer, are a wonderful combination.The Best Books on President Lincoln
February 17, 2014
Kaplan outlines a possible Kosovo-style action, similarly sanctioned by NATO.Is Bombing Syria Obama’s Best Bad Option?
August 26, 2013
“A network of work computers is arguably actually a bunch of slot machines in your office” under the new law, Kaplan says.Oops? Florida Has Outlawed Computers and Smartphones, Says New Lawsuit
July 10, 2013
Prior to 1990, Kaplan notes, “gay people were not even allowed to enter this country.”Justices Dance Around Procedure, but DOMA Is Still About Discrimination
March 27, 2013
It was designed by Liebenberg and Kaplan of Minneapolis in 1930.North Dakota
Straight gain for the last quarter, observed Kaplan, the lab organizer.
Kaplan came over to Reinhart, sorting a new batch of data that had come in.
Kaplan took the message plates and placed them on an intake belt.
Kaplan was standing in front of the machines, gazing down at the reading.