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Herzl  ( Her  tsul) Theodor Herzl (1860-1904), Austrian founder of a modern movement known as  Zionism, whose goal was to create a Jewish state. hit the canvas  to be knocked down in a boxing ring. House of Commons  one of two legislative bodies of the British government (the other is the House  of Lords). Hume  David Hume (1711-76),Scottish philosopher. Huxley  Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-95), an English educator and biologist who championed  Darwinism and agnosticism. Immanual Kant  (1724-1804) German philosopher. incumbent  obligatory. induction  in logic, arriving at a general conclusion by looking at particular instances. Infield  the baseball team members playing the shortstop and first, second, and third base positions. intersubjective testing  testing to get the same results from two or more subjects. ionic columns  A feature of Greek architecture, an Ionic column is grooved and set on a base.
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Unformatted text preview: Isle of Wight a British island in the English Channel. Ivanhoe a novel set in the Middle Ages, by English author Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832). Kaddish ( Cad ish) the Jewish prayer for the departed. kiddush a ceremonial blessing. Kiddushin (Key do sheen ) a book of the Talmud. Kosher an adjective describing Kashrut, the Jewish dietary laws. These laws require that animals intended for food be killed by specially trained men in such a manner that the animal feels little pain, that dairy and meat dishes not be prepared or eaten at the same time, and that certain animals not be eaten. Following these dietary laws, which come from the Torah, is one of the ways in which Jewish people retain their identity....
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