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Jewish (Yiddish): variant of ANTSHEL (SEE Antshel).

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  • Anshel–Anshel–Goldfeld key exchange — Anshel–Anshel–Goldfeld protocol, also known as a commutator key exchange, is a key exchange protocol using nonabelian groups. It was invented by Drs. Michael Anshel, Iris Anshel, and Dorian Goldfeld. Unlike other group based protocols it does not …   Wikipedia

  • ANSHEL (Asher) OF CRACOW — (first half of 16th century), putative author of Mirkevet ha Mishneh, an alphabetical concordance and glossary of the Bible, with references and Yiddish translations of the words. Two editions were published. The one published in Cracow, 1534,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Anshel Brusilow — (born Anshel Brusilovsky on 14 August, 1928) is an American conductor and violinist.Anshel Brusilow began his violin study at the age of five and entered the Curtis Institute of Music when he was eleven. He attended the Philadelphia Musical… …   Wikipedia

  • Anshel Brusilow — (* 14. August 1928 in Philadelphia) ist ein US amerikanischer Dirigent und Violinist. Leben Brusilow studierte Violine und Dirigieren am Curtis Institute of Music und an der „Philadelphia Musical Academy“ sowie bei Pierre Monteux. Er arbeitete… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Anshel Schorr — (1871 1942) était un compositeur, acteur, écrivain, parolier et directeur de théâtre yiddish des années 1920, aux États Unis et au Canada. Portail du théâtre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Abraham David ben Asher Anshel Buczacz — Abraham David ben Asher Anshel Wahrman (1770 at Nadworna ndash;1840 at Buczacz) (Hebrew: אברהם דוד מבוטשאטש), was a Galician Talmudist.He began studying Talmud as a boy. When he was ten years old, Zvi Hirsch, the author of Neta Sha ashu im, chose …   Wikipedia

  • ANSELM (Anshel) HA-LEVI — (15th century), German rabbi and communal leader; active in Cologne, Andernach, and Worms. Anselm was highly reputed as a scholar among his contemporaries, and even among the secular authorities. Hence in 1435, he was appointed supreme rabbi of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ASHER ANSHEL BEN ISAAC OF PRZEMYŚL — (17th century), scholar and homiletic author. He is known almost exclusively through his popular collection of sermons Shemenah Laḥmo (Dessau, 1701; frequently reprinted). The first part of the work consists of seven major sermons devoted to the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JUNGREIS (Jungreisz), ASHER ANSHEL — (1806–1872), Hungarian rabbi. Jungreis studied under Meir Eisenstadter and Jacob Koppel Altenkundstadt (Kunstadt) of Verbo, For 40 years he served as rabbi of Csenger and gained a widespread reputation for his piety, to the extent that from all… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • WORMS, ASHER ANSHEL — (1695–1759), German physician and Hebrew author. In 1723, Asher was appointed physician at the Jewish hospital at Frankfurt on the Main, a position he occupied until his death. He was interested in a wide range of subjects: mathematics (in his… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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