Abraham Kirimi (Hebrew: ????? ???????; 1358, Solhat – 15th century) was a Crimean rabbi of the 14th century. According to Firkovich ("C. I. H." No. 50), Kirimi was a proselyte and a pupil of Aaron ben Joseph the Karaite. He derived his name from his native town of Qirim or Solhat (today's Stary Krym), in Crimea.
Colonel Albert Edward Williamson Goldsmid, MVO (6 October 1846 – 27 March 1904) was a British officer. He was the founder of the Jewish Lads' Brigade (in 1895) and the Maccabaeans.
Anne Buydens (Born May 13, 1930) is a German-American producer.
Annette Mirjam Böckler (born June 26, 1966) is lecturer for Jewish liturgy and bible and librarian at Leo Baeck College in London, and a writer and translator in the Jewish subject area. She is the translator of Seder haTefillot, the first liberal Jewish prayerbook after the Shoah in Germany, and the translator and editor of the German edition of the W. Gunther Plaut's Torah commentary.
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