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A detailed demographics sheet was given to the MKs, permitting a variety of within-group comparisons on the constructs.
At the same time, Arab MKs refused to take part in the trial saying that they will visit the mosque when they wish, not when Netanyahu decides.
Specifically, MKs described difficulties navigating and adjusting to the daily activities of the home culture and feel lost, afraid, and alone (Bikos et al.
In Thursday's action, MKS overcame Civil Defence by a solitary goal to clinch top spot in Group C as both teams qualified to the knockout stages.
It is not the first time the Knesset has launched an initiative to familiarize MKs with a language other than Hebrew: Last summer, under Margi's leadership, the Knesset offered a course in Mughrabi, a Hebrew-Arabic dialect spoken by Moroccan and other North African Jews.
Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), a United States-based automaker, is recalling around 88,151 units of the Ford Taurus sedan, Ford Flex wagon, Lincoln MKS sedan and Lincoln MKT wagon.
Minko, Mark Nylen and Andrea Sorrentino represented MKS on the merger and corporate matters, and John Sigel, Justin Ochs, Jamie Class and Eric French represented MKS on the acquisition financing.
NASDAQ: NEWP) have approved its deal to be acquired photonics solutions company MKS Instruments, Inc.
When asked about the three MKs of the Arab Joint List party who met with the family members of Arab terrorists, including terrorists who have murdered Israelis during the recent wave of attacks, most of the respondents claimed that the move was not a mistake.
The first set was too close to call with MKS pipping St Christopher's School to the post 29-27.
Some have speculated that the simultaneous repatriation to the United States and transition to college (Choi, 2004; Cockburn, 2002; Hervey, 2009) amplifies education- and career-development-related difficulties, making it one of the most difficult developmental tasks that MKs face (Choi, 2004).
Many MKs feel that as a result of a decision made by their parents, they had to leave Korea suddenly and without sufficient opportunity to prepare.