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Rav

(ræv) (Hebrew rav)
n
1. (Judaism) a rabbi who is a person's religious mentor, or one to whom questions are addressed for authoritative decision
2. (Judaism) the title preferred by many orthodox rabbis to distinguish them from the clergy of other brands of Judaism
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NS3 RAVS has low replication efficacy and disappears in eight to nine months.
In a check-giving ceremony conducted at the HSUS Sacramento regional office in California, Scot French, Marketing Director from Dogpile, on behalf of Arfie presented a check for $25,000 to representatives from RAVS and The HSUS to help pets in need.
In 2006 alone, RAVS provided more than 31,000 free treatments including surgeries, emergency care, and preventive medicine in 45 impoverished rural communities.