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Jael

(ˈdʒeɪəl)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the woman who killed Sisera when he took refuge in her tent (Judges 4:17–21)
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Yael argued argument is not the right term to use, rather "discussion" or differences in opinions.
Yael, Weissman's widow, said, "I think that in light of the circumstances surrounding Yanai's death, it is our moral duty as a society and as a people to honor this true hero with the correct and worthy epitaph.
Posing as Adele, Yael can never be sure who is her friend and who might be her most dangerous foe.
YAEL SAYS: I'm not sure about the quiff hairstyle James has chosen but, other than that, I'm pleasantly surprised by what he's put me in.
The novel encompasses a few story lines: A conspiracy to remove the secretary general from office (it should be noted that Yael acts as a special envoy for the SG), and a plot by a powerful lobbying and security company to take over UN security operations, including peacekeeping forces and, of course, to get rid of Yael, who is deep in the middle of the various aspects.
Sponge Cola's frontman Yael Yuzon left the stage to rock with his fans on the ground and the night ended with a performance by Parokya ni Edgar, whose song, Harana, was one of the most applauded numbers in their set.
The Dreidel That Wouldn't Spin: A Toyshop Tale of Hanukkah receives fine drawings by Durga Yael Bernhard as it tells of two children who insist they have to own a dreidel that won't spin for them.
In Cuba Inside Out, Yael Prizant examines the interrelationship between politics and the arts by demonstrating how the Cuban Revolution profoundly shaped the development of modern Cuban theater.
Albou and Yael use their Arab Jewish subjectivities to deconstruct exclusive home spaces and reconstruct them to be inclusive of others.
RKF senior director Andrew Connolly and associate Yael Amron represented the landlord, 48 Tenant's Corp, on the long-term lease.
The money raised from the auction will go to the Alannah and Madeline Foundation, after the woman who grabbed the shirt, Yael Rothschild, decided to sell it to raise money for the charity.
This show offers an opportunity to consider the sharpness of his arguments against the art world's complacency (evident in an impassioned interview on the biennial's website) alongside the work of some forty-artists, including Pawel Althamer's public drawing event Draughtsmen's Congress, 2012; a new installment of Yael Bartana's project chronicling a Utopian Jewish renaissance in Poland; and fcukasz Surowiec's transplantation of birch trees from Auschwitz to parks and schoolyards around Berlin.