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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of scholars in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of scholars in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of scholars in a Sentence

  1. Yossi Ziegler:

    It is a Tanakh which was produced not for Hebrew readership, it was produced for, I assume, Christian scholars interested in the Hebrew text and wishing to have access to the best version of it.

  2. Christina Richey:

    The power dynamic leads junior scholars to feel afraid or unable to speak up for themselves, one of the major forces in many cases of harassment is a power balance in favor of the harasser. Early career scientists are vulnerable to more senior men and women who mix professional mentoring with personal attention.

  3. President Obama:

    Not just the legends and the giants of the Civil Rights Movement like Dr. King and John Lewis, but the countless American heroes whose names aren't in the history books that aren't etched on marble somewhere — ordinary men and women from all corners of this nation, all walks of life, black and white, rich and poor, students, scholars, maids, ministers — all who marched and who sang and organized to change this country for the better.

  4. Carol McIntosh:

    We believe that the best form of teaching our scholars is having them face-to-face, but we also understand that if we send sick kids home, it is a chance that those kids could become orphans. And I think that is just too high of a price to pay at this time.

  5. Felix Chami:

    So far I've only been using trenches of two meters, just imagine the huge archaeological sites in Mesopotamia and Egypt. They've been excavated with large trenches, large teams of scholars coming together, volumes of books have been produced on their discoveries.

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