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The Sanhedrin (Hebrew: סנהדרין; Greek: Συνέδριον,[1] synedrion, literally «sitting together») was an assembly or council of sages structured in twenty-three or seventy-one rabbis in each city of the Land of Israel, who performed the function of judge. In the Second Temple period, the Great Sanhedrin met in the Temple, in Jerusalem, in the so-called Hall of Carved Stones. The Great Sanhedrin met every day, except on Jewish festivals and on the Sabbath (Shabbat). The Sanhedrin consisted of 71 members: the High Priest of Israel and 70 prominent men of the nation.

Prior to 191 B.C., the High Priest acted ex officio as head of the Sanhedrin, but in 191 B.C., when the Sanhedrin lost confidence in the High Priest, the office of Nasi (President) was created.

After the time of Hillel the Elder (late first century B.C. and early first century A.D.), the Nasí was almost always a descendant of Hillel. The second highest ranking member of the Sanhedrin was called Av Beit Din, or «Head of the Court» (literally, Beit Din = «house of the law»), who presided over the Sanhedrin when it sat as a criminal court.[3] The Sanhedrin was also called Av Beit Din.

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In 1994 El larguero managed to exceed one million listeners for the first time in the Estudio General de Medios, and in the first wave of 1995 De la Morena managed to unseat José María García from a leadership he had held since 1973.[4] The distance kept widening, until it reached a peak of 1,600,000 people in 1997.

In addition, there are other sections such as news, interviews, analysis of current soccer and sports news and a debate every Thursday. Among its regular contributors are Antoni Daimiel, Axel Torres and José Antonio Ponseti. The program also relies on the participation of listeners.

El larguero has won several awards throughout its history, among which the most outstanding was the 1995 Ondas Award in the radio category. Three books on the program have been published by Ediciones Aguilar: «Los silencios de El Larguero» (1995), «Aquí unos amigos» (1998) and «Diario 2000 de El Larguero» (2000).

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El Larguero (lit, El travesaño) es un programa deportivo de radio español que se concentra principalmente en la discusión de fútbol. El programa comenzó en la Cadena SER en 1989, y se emite diariamente de 23:30 a 1:30 horas. Es el programa nocturno más escuchado de la radio española, y es presentado de domingo a jueves por su director José Ramón de la Morena, y los viernes y sábados por Yago de Vega.

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In 1994 El larguero managed to exceed one million listeners for the first time in the Estudio General de Medios, and in the first wave of 1995 De la Morena managed to unseat José María García from a leadership he had held since 1973.[4] The distance kept widening, until it reached a peak of 1,600,000 people in 1997.

In addition, there are other sections such as news, interviews, analysis of current soccer and sports news and a debate every Thursday. Among its regular contributors are Antoni Daimiel, Axel Torres and José Antonio Ponseti. The program also relies on the participation of listeners.

El larguero has won several awards throughout its history, among which the most outstanding was the 1995 Ondas Award in the radio category. Three books on the program have been published by Ediciones Aguilar: «Los silencios de El Larguero» (1995), «Aquí unos amigos» (1998) and «Diario 2000 de El Larguero» (2000).