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shaul

(ʃɔːl)
n
1. a wooden scoop made for winnowing corn
2. a tub used for kneading bread or for washing
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JAMIE SHAUL says Hull FC will not dwell on their Challenge Cup heartache.
"At the start of this work it was surprisingly unknown how LDL enters the artery wall to cause cardiovascular disease," said Dr Shaul.
Shaul and Goldin were captured and killed by Hamas during Operation Protective Edge in 2014.
Oppenheimer analyst Shaul Eyal lowered his price target for Fortinet to $88 from $97 ahead of Q4 results to reflect market's multiple contraction.
In a piece titled "Zionism, Pan-Africanism, and White Nationalism," author Shaul Magid argues that because Zionism was a "lodestar for other minority attempts to solve the problem of the limits of ethnic self-determination," it is, therefore a racialized movement that can offer freedom but never equality.
Livni, who also leads the Hatnuah liberal party, issued the call shortly after the police recommended indicting the premier and his wife, as well as media mogul Shaul Elovitch and his wife, Iris, for bribery and other corruption allegations in an investigation dubbed Case 4000.
Three other Knights players have also been included in the squad for the France game in the shape of Leeds' Ash Handley and Liam Sutcliffe, Castleford's Oliver Holmes, Hull KR's Robbie Mulhern and Hull's Jamie Shaul.
Shaul presents information on Ausaima, a California language, the details of which have not been previously known in every detail.
Synopsis: "Israel in the American Mind: The Cultural Politics of US-Israeli Relations, 1958-1988" by Shaul Mitelpunkt (who is a Lecturer in US History at the University of York, England) examines the changing meanings Americans and Israelis invested in the relationship between their countries from the late 1950s to the 1980s.
Fetuli Talanoa took his try tally for the season to nine with a double while Danny Houghton marked his return from injury with a score and Jamie Shaul and Jake Connor also crossed.
Shaul Ben Aderet, a well-known Israeli chef who owns three restaurants, including Tel Aviv's "Blue Rooster," got some early samples and says the new strand is packed with flavor and will spawn an infinite number of new recipes.
Oron Shaul and three living Israeli citizens who have crossed into Gaza in recent years.