Gershom

[gur-shuh m]
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Contemporary Examples of gershom

  • Just last week, Gershom Gorenberg argued in these pages for the abolishment of the chief rabbinate.

  • The latest salvo comes from Gershom Gorenberg, responding to Jonathan Safran Foer, with whom he largely agrees.

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    In Defense of Digital Communication

    Mira Sucharov

    June 19, 2013

  • Gershom Gorenberg on Israel's Orthodox challenge, from August's issue of Prospect magazine.

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    A Yom Kippur Reading

    David Frum

    September 26, 2012

  • As Gershom Gorenberg points out, both Israelis and Palestinians like to erase or blur those boundaries.

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    @PhantomState

    Raphael Magarik

    June 12, 2012

  • So the Israelis emerged, as Gershom Gorenberg called it, with an "accidental empire."

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    "The Temple Mount Is In Our Hands"

    Benny Morris

    May 8, 2012

Historical Examples of gershom

  • "I am all ready, Gershom," she told her husband as she came down the path.

    The New Land

    Elma Ehrlich Levinger

  • I only know that she gets a good many letters from Gershom about this time.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness

    Margaret Murray Robertson

  • He went south in May, and was away from Gershom several weeks.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness

    Margaret Murray Robertson

  • There had been demonstrations of this kind before in Gershom and the vicinity.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness

    Margaret Murray Robertson

  • He did not speak often about this to any one—not a man in Gershom but had more to say about it than he.

    David Fleming's Forgiveness

    Margaret Murray Robertson