noun, plural Ko·ha·nim [Sephardic Hebrew kaw-hah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew koh-hah-nim, koh-hah-nim], /Sephardic Hebrew kɔ hɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew koʊ hɑˈnɪm, koʊˈhɑ nɪm/, English Ko·hens.
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“All he would have had to do was a quick search online,” observes Kohen.
As Kohen points out to The Daily Beast, Dawkins never actually apologizes for what he said.
Indeed, as Kohen points out in a blog post, the numbers suggest the opposite.
I urge my colleagues to pick up the siddur and heed its words as disciples of Aaron the kohen.
Dr. Ari Kohen, a professor at the University of Nebraska agrees with this sentiment.
Kohen-Zedek then endeavored to deprive the Exilarchate of its little remnant of power.
Meanwhile matters took a favorable turn for the banished Exilarch, by which he was able to frustrate the plans of Kohen-Zedek.
Kohen-Zedek signed without objection; Saadiah, however, would not countenance the injustice.
The Kohen seemed to pass most of his time in making new contrivances for my happiness.
I made rapid progress, and while she was absent I sought out others, especially the Kohen, with whom to practice.