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Sinai, Mount

SINAI, MOUNT

Sinai, Mount

Sinai, Mount

Maʿamad har Sinai (revelation on Mount Sinai):

ICAHN SCHOOL OF MEDICINE AT MOUNT SINAI’S SPC APPLICATION

Mount Sinai (mountain where Moses was given Torah):

From Mount Sinai to Cyberspace: commandments for respect-worthy laws

The Mount Sinai Conference on the Pharmacotherapy of Schizophrenia

SIMINOVITCH, Louis (born 1920), Director, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital (formerly Mount Sinai Hospital Research Institute), 1983–94, now Director Emeritus (University Professor Emeritus, 1985), and Senior Fellow, Massey College, since 2009, University of Toronto

COLT, Edward (William Dutton) (born 1936), Attending Physician, Mount Sinai-St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, New York

Can pregnant women obtain their own specimens for group B streptococcus? A comparison of maternal versus physician screening. The Mount Sinai GBS Screening Group.

PAWSON, Anthony James (1952 - 2013), Senior Scientist, since 1985, and Director, 2002–05, Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto; Professor, Department of Molecular Genetics, University of Toronto, since 1985

DRUCKER, Daniel Joshua (born 1956), Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, since 1987; Senior Scientist, Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute (formerly Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute), Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto, since 2006

BLUMENTHAL, George (1858 - 1941), President The Metropolitan Museum of Art; President Emeritus Mount Sinai Hospital; Director, Continental Insurance Company, Fifth Avenue Bank, Niagara Fire Insurance Co

 

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A mountain in the south of the Sinai peninsula in NE Egypt, the place, according to the Bible, where Moses received the Ten Commandments (Exodus 19–34).

Subjects: Judaism and Jewish Studies.


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