Definitions for "ASHI"
Keywords:  ndash, amora, raba, rava, simai
Rav Ashi ("Rabbi Ashi"), (352–427) was a celebrated Jewish religious scholar, a Babylonian amora, who reestablished the academy at Sura and was first editor of the Babylonian Talmud. According to a tradition preserved in the academies, Rav Ashi was born in the same year that Rava, the great teacher of Mahuza, died, and he was the first teacher of any importance in the Talmudic Academies in Babylonia after Raba's death. Simai, Ashi's father, was a rich and learned man, a student of the college of Naresh near Sura, which was directed by Rav Papa, Raba's disciple.
American Safety & Health Institute
Stands for The American Society of Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics.
A professional association of independent home inspectors whose members must meet the group's education and performance requirements. Call (800) 743-2744 for list of ASHI-certified inspectors in your area.
Keywords:  mordor, nazg, sauron, novels, speech
Ashi in the Black Speech of Mordor means "The One" and refers to the One Ring (Ash Nazg) of Sauron. The word does not appear in the novels by J. R. R.
Keywords:  temperline, spikes
Spikes in temperline
Keywords:  hamon, softer, broken, steel, extending
Small pattern of softer steel extending from the ji into the hamon. This pattern in the hamon was to prevent large sections of the cutting edge from being broken off.