Synonyms for shodair or Related words with shodair

tggacagaga              ttgaccccga              aacggtttta              tgccgccagt              tagtgagggg              ctgaggctcc              gagagcggca              tapatjatjaka              gcccccctgc              gctgcacaga              ctgcaggccg              cccatcacag              aaaaactgca              aaatgagaga              ggaacaagag              tctcccacac              ccacaccctt              gagggggggg              gcgcgacaaa              cggggtgggg              aatattgtat              tttgaaattt              ttccacaatc              ccccccagac              tgttaagttt              agtacctgaa              caaccagttc              aatttgatat              tccttcgctg              tctcccagct              tagatcttta              atgtcaatgg              atcaaaggca              tcctgtcatc              ttgaagggga              ccctccctct              ttactaaaaa              ctgcacagag              agatgtgggg              caaaggagac              gatggaggtc              aaatgacatg              catatcagat              ttaacaggag              acatggcggg              gggagatact              gataaacaag              tgtttcagag              tccttaaaga              cgctcctccc             



Examples of "shodair"
In 1979, at the invitation of Philip D. Pallister, Opitz left the University of Wisconsin to become the Director of the Shodair-Montana Regional Genetic Service Program in Helena, Montana. This program included such services as cytogenetics and fetal genetic pathology. Later he served as chair of the Department of Medical Genetics at Shodair Children’s Hospital and as an adjunct professor in Biology, History and Philosophy, Medicine, and Veterinary Science at Montana State University. In 1994 he was appointed Professor of Medical Humanities.
Near the end of her life, Edna Wilma Simons Sharp still was an active member of the community, volunteering for Red Cross, staying an avid member of the Episcopal Church and serving on numerous bond and relief drives. She died in her bed in the arms of Edward on July 25, 1954, leaving the business to Sharp and hefty contributions to the Shodair Children's Hospital in Helena, Montana.
During the Montana Gold Rush hundreds of Jewish people came to Montana, many of them to Helena. The early Jewish settlers to Helena were mostly of German origin, hailing from Prussia, Bavaria, and Austria, as well some from Poland. Forming a mutual aid organization called the United Hebrew Benevolent Society in 1866, they became a major economic force in the city, owning 17 of Helena's 20 dry goods stores by 1867. In 1871, merchant Jacob Feldberg was nicknamed "Helena's Paul Revere for his courage in organizing a bucket brigade that saved his entire neighborhood from a fire. In 1877, twenty percent of Helena's Board of Trade was Jewish, and the owner of the International Hotel, Marcus Lissner, served six terms on the Helena City Council. Lissner's hotel repeatedly burned during the many fires that plagued Helena's business district in the 1860s and 1870s, yet he rebuilt it each time until it was nicknamed, "The Phoenix." Other members of Helena's Jewish community made significant contributions to the city, such as Josephine Israel, who not only supported the building of the temple, but also was the founder of Shodair Children's Hospital. On a purchasing trip to New York, Helena merchant Herman Gans convinced Rabbi Samuel Schulman to move to Helena. Rabbi Schulman was from Berlin and brought German Reform Judaism along. Rabbi Schulman and Gans were heavily involved in building Helena's temple.