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Noun1.Berit - the Jewish rite of circumcision performed on a male child on the eighth day of his lifeBerit - the Jewish rite of circumcision performed on a male child on the eighth day of his life
circumcision - the act of circumcising performed on males eight days after birth as a Jewish and Muslim religious rite
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questions regarding this project should be directed to berit stevenson at 503-802-8541 or berit.
Among those giving shoppers the chance to get some last-minutes gifts are Planet Soap (handcrafted bath bombs and soaps), Berit Thomson (elegant pewterware), Caledonian Shores (sea glass) and Jude's Jewels (trendsetting jewellery).
in efforts to stigmatize, prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons," committee chairwoman Berit Reiss-Andersen said in the announcement.
Berit Olam: Studies in Hebrew Narrative and Poetry--Isaiah 56-66, by Paul V.
They may still be recovering from Christmas Day but Vivian and Berit Bailey from Tremorfa are celebrating their 65th wedding anniversary today .
For more information about Mutual Screw & Supply, safety products and the 5% promotion, contact Bill Berit at 800-222-0324 (201-845-5700 outside the US) or Bill@mutualscrew.
asked Berit Helgetun Mian, a Norwegian visiting relatives in Dubai.
Neighbours banged on the door to Berit Mountain's first-floor flat for several minutes after spotting smoke.
At a press conference, Conax CEO Berit Svendsen confirmed that the new Conax Contego security platform will be the company's primary vehicle for expansion in a global market wielding tremendous growth potential.
CUTLINE: (1) Didi Harrington, and Milton and Berit Steen (2) Herbert Alexander with his grandchildren, back row, Hailey Swett, Ryan Alexander and Nathan Alexander; front row, Jason Alexander, Ella Swett and Avery Swett (3) Ella Swett and Pam Jernberg (4) Ben Roth and Bill Mills-Curran (5) Chris Bramely and Joel Aronson
Professor Berit Heitmann said thigh size could be used by GPs as "an early marker to identify patients at later risk of cardiovascular disease and early mortality".
Prof Berit Heitmann, who led the 12-year study, said thigh size could be used by GPs to single out risk cases.