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1 She is not a psychic, nor a homicide detective, nor a kook.
2 trivial circumstances in your relations with others, do not let them become controversies. Big people kook past small slights.
3 The co-chair of our campaign was George Shultz who was a former Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan. So obviously not what you'd think of as a left-wing environmentalist kook.
4 While Prof. White is more optimistic about head transplants than most doctors, he is certainly not regarded as a kook and his research is closely followed.
5 Every family has at least one kook.
6 if you describe the jumbo creature to those who don't know the existence of dinosaur, you will be called kook.
7 She seems like a kook, but she is just grand, really.
8 Because you're a kook! Instead you wait until they send you a notice.
9 Kook: strange person, weird, unusual.
10 Oh, my God! John, I didn't know you are religious. You just look like a scientific kook, like Leonard in the Big Bang Theory.
11 Dahn Kook Popular Culture Art Graduate students, everybody.
12 fuck kook and art , NO balls…
13 Whenever you say "I love you", please say it honestly; whenever you say "I'm sorry", please kook into the other person's eyes.
14 I finally found the title of this song, and a Korean singer Kim Jong Kook singing "better today than yesterday", hope you like the song of the Chinese fans up to find it.
15 The famous Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook stated that love is the most important attribute in humanity.
16 The first Chief Rabbi of Mandate Palestine, Abraham Isaac Kook was a mystical thinker who drew heavily on Kabbalistic notions through his own poetic terminology.
17 He suggests the development of neo-Kabbalistic adaptions of Jewish mysticism compatible with rationalism, offering a variety of precedent models from past thinkers ranging from the mystical inclusivism of Abraham Isaac Kook to a compartmentalisation between Halakha and mysticism.
18 The writings of Abraham Isaac Kook (1864–1935), first chief rabbi of Mandate Palestine and visionary, incorporate kabbalistic themes through his own poetic language and concern with human and divine unity.
19 Rabbis A.I Kook and B.M.H. Uziel tend to corporatist settling of labour conflicts, while Rabbi Moshe Feinstein clearly adopts the liberal democratic collective bargaining model.
20 Post-1967 settlement was impelled by theological doctrines developed in the Mercaz HaRav Kook under both its founder Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, and his son Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kook, according to which the Land of Israel is holy, the people, endowed with a divine spark, are holy, and that the messianic Age of Redemption has arrived, requiring that the Land and People be united in occupying the land and fulfilling the commandments.
21 Since any man-made image of God can be considered an idol, Kook held that, in practice, one could consider atheists as helping true religion burn away false images of god, thus in the end serving the purpose of true monotheism.
22 Onions" awards for the best and worst architecture of the year, awarded the Kook an Onion in 2007.
23 However, the Kook has become a local favorite in the city and has many wonderful traditions associated with it. At various times during the year, the Kook is "vandalized" and dressed up (wearing a lucha libre mask, being eaten by a paper-mache shark, wearing a full Uncle Sam costume for Independence Day, used by local high school students to ask each other to school dances) bringing local flair and tourists constantly to the statue.
24 Zvi Yehuda Kook and his disciples, for their part, avoided this harsh position, but they too theologically related the Holocaust to the Jewish recognition of God's divine wrath upon them.
25 Abraham Isaac Kook (Hebrew: אַבְרָהָם יִצְחָק הַכֹּהֵן קוּק‎
26 Abraham Isaac Kook was born in Griva (also spelled Geriva) in the Courland Governorate of the Russian Empire in 1865, today a part of Daugavpils, Latvia, the oldest of eight children.
27 In 1887, at the age of 23, Kook entered his first rabbinical position as rabbi of Zaumel, Lithuania.
28 Rabbi Kook's only son, Zvi Yehuda Kook, was born in 1891 to Rabbi Kook and his second wife.
29 In 1895, Rav Kook became the rabbi of Bauska.
30 In 1904, Rav Kook moved to Ottoman Palestine to assume the rabbinical post in Jaffa (Yafo), which also included responsibility for the new mostly secular Zionist agricultural settlements nearby.