RADAK

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RADAKRabbi David Kimchi (Torah, Neviim and Ketuvim commentator; 1160-1235)
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Radak suggests, as a second option, that the servant's name was Dammesek, but Abraham gave him a Hebrew name, Eliezer.
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(34.) Radak Z, Toldy A, Szabo Z, Siamilis S, Nyakas C, Silye G, Jakus J, Goto S.
Koltai, E., Hart, N., Taylor, AW., Goto, S., Ngo, J.K., Davies, K.J., Radak, Z., 2012.
Particularly instructive is Maimonides' influence on Radak in this regard.
Effective 15 August 2014, Radak will be responsible for the company's finance, treasury and investor relations functions as well as for the continued global expansion of its advanced genetics seedlings markets.
Rabbi David Kimhi (Radak) (1160-1235) lived in Narbonne, Provence.