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  JewishEncyclopedia.com - SINAI, MOUNT.
Mount Sinai is often referred to as "the mountain" (that is, the mountain par excellence), "the mountain of Elohim" (Hebr.), and "the mountain of
Mount Sinai was then enveloped in a cloud for six days, while on its summit, fire, the emblem of God, was seen burning.
The names "Horeb" and "Sinai" are interpreted to mean, respectively, "the mountain of the sword," because through this mountain the Sanhedrin acquired the right to sentence a man to capital punishment, and "hostility," inasmuch as the mountain was hostile to the heathen (Ex.
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 Mount Sinai (Mount Moses) in the Sinai of Egypt
Mount Sinai (Mount Moses) in the Sinai of Egypt
Mount Sinai is both the name of a collection of peaks, sometimes referred to as the Holy Mountains, and the biblical name of the peek on which Moses received the Ten Commandments.
Mount Mousa (or Musa), also referred to as Jebel Musa, Gebel Mousa, Mount Moses or the Mountain of Moses (all of which basically means the same thing) is considered to be that biblical peak.
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 Mt. Sinai, Egypt
Sinai, also called Mt. Horeb and Jebel Musa (the 'Mountain of Moses') is the center of a greatly venerated pilgrimage destination that includes the Monastery of St. Catherine and the Burning Bush, Elijah's Plateau, and Plain of ar-Raaha.
The association of Jebel Musa with the Biblical Mt. Sinai seems to have first developed in the 3rd century AD when hermits living in caves on the mountain began to identify their mountain with the ancient holy peak.
The Israeli occupation of the Sinai in 1967, the return of the region to Egypt in 1980, and the completion of a paved road further increased the number of visitors to Jebel Musa.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Mount Sinai School of Medicine is a medical school found in the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
MSSM and the Mount Sinai Hospital occupy a four-block area adjacent to Central Park in the community of Carnegie Hill.
Mount Sinai Hospital was established in 1852 as the Jews' Hospital in the City of New York, but another century would pass before a school of medicine was created.
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 The Mount Sinai Medical Center recognized for excellence in bariatric surgery
The Chief of Bariatric Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, Dr. Daniel M. Herron, MD, FACS couldn't be prouder of the new designation for the hospital and the hard work of his entire surgical team.
The Mount Sinai Medical Center, located in New York City, consists of The Mount Sinai Hospital, a tertiary care facility known for excellence in patient care and Mount Sinai School of Medicine, a leader in medical research and in the education of tomorrow's physicians by internationally known faculty.
Founded in 1852, The Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the oldest voluntary teaching hospitals in the country and in 1963, the Hospital created Mount Sinai School of Medicine, beginning a close collaboration that has made Mount Sinai one of the leading academic medical center in the country.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2006-07/tmsh-tms072606.php   (786 words)

  
 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Mount Sinai Hospital, New York
The Mount Sinai Hospital is a hospital in New York City, New York, serving Manhattan's Upper East Side and Harlem.
Founded in 1852, Mount Sinai is one of the oldest and largest voluntary teaching hospitals in the United States.
The hospital is also affiliated with one of the foremost centers of medical education and biomedical research, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, which opened in September 1968.
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 Mount Sinai (and the Peak of Mount Musa or Mousa)
All around Mount Sinai are locations and sites that have been associated with Biblical places named in the Exodus, and there is a long oral tradition of their authenticity.
The traditional Mount Sinai, located in the Sinai Peninsula, is actually the name of a collection of peaks, sometimes referred to as the Holy Mountains.
It is not he highest peak in the Sinai, That distinction, as well as the highest in Egypt, belongs to nearby Mount Catherine, which is 8652 feet (2637 meters) high.
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 Mount Sinai receives $5 million NCI grant to study impact of palliative care programs
Located in Manhattan, Mount Sinai School of Medicine is internationally recognized for ground-breaking clinical and basic-science research, and innovative approaches to medical education.
Through the Mount Sinai Graduate School of Biological Sciences, Mount Sinai trains biomedical researchers with an emphasis on the rapid translation of discoveries of basic research into new techniques for fighting disease.
One indication of Mount Sinai's leadership in scientific investigation is its receipt during fiscal year 2005 of $252.2 million.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2006-10/tmsh-msr103006.php   (404 words)

  
 Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City
The Mount Sinai Hospital is a 1,171-bed teaching hospital, offering the most advanced inpatient and outpatient care.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine One of the world’s foremost centers for medical and scientific training with a commitment to excellence in research and education.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine has the Fastest Growing Research Program in New York State With this year's funding representing an increase of 14 percent over last year and a 48 percent increase since 1998, Mount Sinai is the fastest growing medical school research program in New York.
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 Mount Sinai, Archaeology in Israel
Mount Sinai is the name of the whole ridge.
The rocks of Mount Sinai are red with grey granite, but in the sunlight the red tones dominate.
As it is, Mount Sinai is mostly the territory of the St. Catherine Monastery, which belongs to the Greek orthodox church.
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  Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai is in the forefront of advances in robotic and minimally invasive surgical approaches to urological diseases and is committed to expanding its program in the years ahead.”
The Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most-respected voluntary hospitals.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine is internationally recognized as a leader in groundbreaking clinical and basic-science research, as well as having an innovative approach to medical education.
www.roboticoncology.com /mount_sinai_hospital.php   (779 words)

  
 Southern District of Florida - Press Release
Mount Sinai did not offset the rebates against the management fees paid to CCC for 1995 and 1997 in its cost reports for those years.
Mount Sinai received approximately $4,388,009 in rebates from CCC in the form of credits against monies owed to CCC in 1999.
The investigation into Mount Sinai’s activities were discovered, in part, through the initiatives of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Office of the General Counsel for the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG).
www.usdoj.gov /usao/fls/PressReleases/060810-01.html   (651 words)

  
 Mount Sinai
By any other standards, Mt. Sinai would be just another barren peak lost among the martian landscape of Southern Sinai.
It is neither the highest mountain in the region, nor the most dramatic; there is no soaring, heaven-reaching apex, and it is rare to see anything resembling a divine shroud of clouds hugging its peak.
Were it not for a single, overwhelming belief that has endured for over fifteen centuries, Mt. Sinai would probably be a topographical footnote.
www.geographia.com /egypt/sinai/mtsinai.htm   (332 words)

  
 Human Resources - Mount Sinai Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital (MSH) is a fully accredited health care and teaching facility affiliated with the University of Toronto.
Mount Sinai is proud of its accomplishments and excited about its future.
Mount Sinai has a history that is rich in its commitment to innovation.
www.mtsinai.on.ca /Careers/Default.htm   (381 words)

  
 Mount Sinai travel guide - Wikitravel
Mount Sinai (Arabic Gebel Musa) is in the middle of the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.
Mount Sinai is said to be the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments from God; indeed, the Arabic name Gebel Musa means "Mount of Moses".
Climbing Mount Sinai is the main objective for most visitors.
wikitravel.org /en/Mount_Sinai   (962 words)

  
  Where Is Mount Sinai by Emmanuel Anati
In the story of Moses in Midian, Mount Sinai is described as being on the edge of the pasture land of Midian and on the way between Jethro's residence and Egypt.
One of the main emerging points is that Mt. Sinai, according to the narration, must be located on or near the border between the land of Midian and the land of Amalek.
Sinai, according to the biblical narration, should be located between these two regions, meaning in the Har Karkom area.
www.bibleinterp.com /articles/Anati_Mount_Sinai.htm   (2598 words)

  
  Mount Sinai, Egypt
Mount Sinai is a mountain in the southern Sinai Peninsula of Egypt, famous for its importance in the Bible.
Sinai - of Sin (the moon god), called also Horeb, the name of the mountain district which was reached by the Hebrews in the third month after the Exodus.
The journey between Sinai and the southern boundary of the Promised Land (about 150 miles) at Kadesh[?] was accomplished in about a year.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/mo/Mount_Sinai.html   (573 words)

  
 Mount Sinai - Peakware World Mountain Encyclcopedia
Mount Sinai (Gebel Mûsa) is a mountain massif in the south central part of the peninsula, where the land tapirs into a triangular point, surrounded on two of its three sides by gulfs of the Red Sea.
Mount Sinai is a barren rocky massif, rising from red sandy plains.
Mount Sinai is not a spectacular peak, but its fame lies in its religious significance to Christians, Jews and Moslems.
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 Trashing Mount Sinai - TIME
Mount Sinai, where God came to earth, is about to become a sacred place made tacky.
Mount Sinai is enclosed in a convective divinity that is primitive and powerful.
That part of the Sinai is a wilderness populated mostly by Bedouins and the 17 Greek Orthodox monks at St. Catherine's monastery.
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 Mount Sinai - News Media
“The Mount Sinai Medical Center is poised to lead the most important medical revolution taking place today, and one that will have the biggest impact on the direction and growth of bioscience for the next few decades,” said Kenneth L. Davis, M.D., President and CEO of the Medical Center.
The Mount Sinai Hospital is one of the nation’s oldest, largest and most-respected voluntary hospitals.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine is an internationally recognized as a leader in groundbreaking clinical and basic-science research, as well as innovative approached to medical education.
fusion.mssm.edu /media/content.cfm?storynum=318   (974 words)

  
 When Mount Sinai Was Lifted Up
When Mount Sinai Was Lifted Up When Mount Sinai Was Lifted Up Traditional Judaism has always asserted that the Torah can be understood in an infinite number of ways, as it addresses itself to the individual abilities and concerns of every person in every age and locality.
The events at Mount Sinai have been interpreted by Jews over the ages in a rich variety of manners, reflecting the concerns and approaches of the respective commentators, and their reactions to developments in the world around them.
It was in keeping with such a religious outlook that Rabbi Akiva regarded the revelation of the Torah at Mount Sinai as precisely the kind of immediate religious ecstasy that was being poetically portrayed in the Song of Songs.
www.ucalgary.ca /%7Eelsegal/Shokel/JS010525_UnderSinai.html   (1487 words)

  
 Sinai travel guide - Wikitravel
The Sinai Peninsula is the easternmost part of Egypt between the Mediterranean and the Gulfs of Suez and Aqaba, both forks of the Red Sea.
As is the case throughout Egypt, the language of the Sinai is the Egyptian dialect of the Arabic language and local bedouin Arabic dialects.
On Mount Sinai and in other heavy tourist zones, you are likely to encounter multi-lingual bedouin capable of conversing (and negotiating prices) in a repertoire that includes (but is in no way limited to!) French, Spanish, Italian, Russian and German.
wikitravel.org /en/Sinai   (1209 words)

  
 Mount Sinai
Mount Sinai (and the Peak of Mount Musa or Mousa)
SUMMIT OF MOUNT SINAI - Panorama from the summit of Mt Sinai at sunrise
Panorama from the summit of Mt Sinai at sunrise
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 NOVELL CUSTOMER SHOWCASE: Mount Sinai NYU Health System
Mount Sinai NYU Health System, a Health Service Organization (HSO), is one of the nation's largest and most prestigious healthcare organizations.
Mount Sinai NYU Health System needed a solution that would enable its user community to simply and securely access clinical information from disparate sources through a single management interface, anytime, anywhere.
Mount Sinai NYU Health System physicians wasted valuable time stepping through multiple login screens and password requests for various applications.
www.novell.com /success/nyu_healthsystem.html   (952 words)

  
 MtSinaiHistory
The northern part of Mt Sinai Harbor and Cedar Beach is an active recreation area, with a fraction of the original sand dune community preserved in a Marine Sanctuary.
The hamlet of Mt. Sinai is typical of many places on the north shore of Long Island, N.Y. Natural habitats in the area range from beaches and salt marshes adjacent to Long Island Sound in the north to old field successional grasslands and secondary-growth woodland in the central and southern portion.
Sinai Harbor is one of very few large, relatively undeveloped embayments remaining on the north shore of Long Island.
www.mtsinai.k12.ny.us /Community/History/index.htm   (3837 words)

  
 Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City
The Mount Sinai Hospital is a 1,171-bed teaching hospital, offering the most advanced inpatient and outpatient care.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine One of the world’s foremost centers for medical and scientific training with a commitment to excellence in research and education.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine has the Fastest Growing Research Program in New York State With this year's funding representing an increase of 14 percent over last year and a 48 percent increase since 1998, Mount Sinai is the fastest growing medical school research program in New York.
www.mountsinaimedicalcenter.org /msh/msmc-home.jsp   (160 words)

  
 Mount Sinai Medical Center
The Mt. Sinai Medical Center is located in the University Circle area among the city's educational, scientific, and cultural institutions.
Sinai offers residency programs ranging in length from one to five years in dentistry and oral surgery, emergency medicine, medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, pathology, diagnostic radiology, surgery, podiatry, and transitional medicine.
The Mt. Sinai Medical Center conducts extensive research programs in the fields of hypertension and cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, diabetes and metabolic disorders, obstetrics and gynecology, cancer, lung disease, eye disease, neurology, and nutrition.
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 Mount Sinai Fire Department, Suffolk County, New York
Mount Sinai Fire Department is an all volunteer organization formed in 1930 for the protection of life and property from fire and other emergencies.
Responsibilities include Mount Sinai Harbor as a north border, Canal Road on the south, and from Pipe Stave Hollow Road on the east to Crystal Brook Hollow Road on the west.
This task force is composed of confined space rescue teams from Centereach, Mount Sinai, Port Jefferson, Setauket, Stony Brook, and Port Jefferson Volunteer Ambulance Corps along with the State University of New York at Stony Brook's Department of Health and Safety.
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 Other Chapels and Ruins near the Monastery of Saint Catherine in the Sinai of Egypt
At Mount Sinai, a long flight of 3,700 steps, hand hewn from the stone by the monastery monks, leads to the peak of the mountain.
At the top of Mount Sinai, a church was built on this site very early, possibly in the 4th century, and rebuilt later under Justinian on plans by the architect Stephanos.
Further south along the Wadi el-Arbaein, that lies on the opposite side of Mount Sinai from the Monastery of St. Catherine, is the Chapel of the Prophet Moses and next to it is a stone wall which encloses the "Rock of Moses".
www.touregypt.net /featurestories/catherines4.htm   (2082 words)

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