Levin Furniture Clearance Center

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  • Levin Furniture is a Pittsburgh area furniture retailer. The company was founded in 1920 by Jessie Levin in Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania as a general sales clearance center. In the 1940s, the Levin family phased out over items and began to concentrate on furniture.
    clearance
  • The action or process of removing or getting rid of something or of something's dispersing
  • permission to proceed; "the plane was given clearance to land"
  • the distance by which one thing clears another; the space between them
  • headroom: vertical space available to allow easy passage under something
  • (in soccer and other games) A kick or hit that sends the ball out of a defensive zone
  • The removal of buildings, people, or trees from land so as to free it for alternative uses
    center
  • A pivot or axis of rotation
  • center(a): equally distant from the extremes
  • an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"
  • The middle point of a circle or sphere, equidistant from every point on the circumference or surface
  • A point or part that is equally distant from all sides, ends, or surfaces of something; the middle
  • focus on: center upon; "Her entire attention centered on her children"; "Our day revolved around our work"
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State of Israel Coins Rabbi Aryeh Levin - Bronze Medal
State of Israel Coins Rabbi Aryeh Levin - Bronze Medal
2005 marks the 120th Anniversary of the birth of Rabbi Aryeh Levin and 100 years since his immigration to Israel. Rabbi Levin was known primarily for the compassion he had for others and particularly his concern for the poor and downtrodden. He is remembered especially for his work with prisoners during the pre-State period when he visited Jewish activists and members of the underground jailed by the British. Many of these brave fighters went to the gallows accompanied by the prayers of the beloved "Rav Aryeh". After 1948, he continued to visit convicts in jail, believing that he could influence even the most hardened through hope, prayer, and friendship. The late Chaim Herzog, 6th President of Israel, wrote: "Whenever I was in his company, I invariably sensed that I was in the presence of a tzaddik, a truly righteous man of piety - not an ordinary righteous man but a tzaddik in every fiber of his being, without a trace of materialistic concern or personal ambition, indeed with no thought but concern for others." Medal Description:. The medal issue was overseen by a public committee headed by the Speaker of the Knesset, MK Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin. Members of the Committee were: Minister Isaac Herzog, Geula Cohen, Simcha Raz, Dov Genachovski, and Yoseph Vitelzon. Obverse:. On the face, a portrait of Rabbi Aryeh Levin, to his right a prison window and the words "A Tzaddik in Our Time" in English and Hebrew. Reverse:. On the reverse, the Jerusalem neighborhood in which he lived and his two hands clasping the hand of someone seeking his help. Written in Hebrew is his belief, in the words of our Sages, "Divine deliverance will come in the wink of an eye" and the verse from Isaiah: "They helped everyone his neighbor: and every one said to his brother, Be of good courage.". Designer:. Aharon Shevo. Details: 11664700 2005 Bronze/Tombac 70.0 Diam

Levin's Furniture, Ohio Valley Mall
Levin's Furniture, Ohio Valley Mall
Levin's Furniture as seen on Black Friday 2012 at the Ohio Valley Mall in St. Clairsville, Ohio.
Shabbier ...
Shabbier ...
Heading out of the French Quarter.
levin furniture clearance center
levin furniture clearance center
State of Israel Coins Rabbi Aryeh Levin - Silver Medal
2005 marks the 120th Anniversary of the birth of Rabbi Aryeh Levin and 100 years since his immigration to Israel. Rabbi Levin was known primarily for the compassion he had for others and particularly his concern for the poor and downtrodden. He is remembered especially for his work with prisoners during the pre-State period when he visited Jewish activists and members of the underground jailed by the British. Many of these brave fighters went to the gallows accompanied by the prayers of the beloved "Rav Aryeh". After 1948, he continued to visit convicts in jail, believing that he could influence even the most hardened through hope, prayer, and friendship. The late Chaim Herzog, 6th President of Israel, wrote: "Whenever I was in his company, I invariably sensed that I was in the presence of a tzaddik, a truly righteous man of piety - not an ordinary righteous man but a tzaddik in every fiber of his being, without a trace of materialistic concern or personal ambition, indeed with no thought but concern for others." Medal Description:. The medal issue was overseen by a public committee headed by the Speaker of the Knesset, MK Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin. Members of the Committee were: Minister Isaac Herzog, Geula Cohen, Simcha Raz, Dov Genachovski, and Yoseph Vitelzon. Obverse:. On the face, a portrait of Rabbi Aryeh Levin, to his right a prison window and the words "A Tzaddik in Our Time" in English and Hebrew. Reverse:. On the reverse, the Jerusalem neighborhood in which he lived and his two hands clasping the hand of someone seeking his help. Written in Hebrew is his belief, in the words of our Sages, "Divine deliverance will come in the wink of an eye" and the verse from Isaiah: "They helped everyone his neighbor: and every one said to his brother, Be of good courage.". Designer:. Aharon Shevo. Details: 21664500 2005 Silver/925 50.0 Diamete