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avital

(əˈvɪtəl)
adj
relating to a grandfather or ancestor
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In the spotlight this time are 20th century French composer Maurice Ravel and Israeli mandolin virtuoso Avi Avital.
The day after the marriage, the bride left Moscow for Israel, as Avital Shcharansky.
While Jerusalem Magistrates' Court Justice Avital Chen accepted Olmert's confession and conviction, the decision stated "the court was not committed to the arrangement".
The concert, which will feature soloist mandolinist Avi Avital and be led by renowned conductor Miltos Logiadis, will firstly be performed in Larnaca on Wednesday, then in Limassol on Thursday and end in Nicosia on Friday.
The images of refugee-loaded trains running in Europe are a traumatic reminder of a nightmare childhood for Collete Avital.
Offering our end-users the opportunity to download a server for free will help mitigate the tedious task of setting up a digital signage network,” says Guy Avital, CEO of UCView.
European government can certainly take a position as it relates to Israel's policies in the territories, but the conclusions in this regard need to be taken up with those who make the decisions in Israel," Colette Avital said.
The American Jewish Committee (AJC) office in Jerusalem has appointed Avital Leibovich as its new director.
CAST: Shawn Christensen, Fatima Ptacek, Emmy Rossum, Paul Wesley, Richard Schiff, Ron Perlman, Isabelle McNally, Joe Perrino, Hani Avital
A concluding postface is a talk with Avital Ronell about Lacoue-Labarthe.
Eastern Consolidated's Brian Ezratty, Nancy Tran and Scott Ellard with Aliza Avital represented the seller.
amp;mdash; Avital Leibovich (@AvitalLeibovich) (https://twitter.