shorer

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shorer

(ˈʃɔːrə)
n
a prop; something that shores up
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Bevin joined Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer, Consul General of Israel to the Southeast United States Judith Varnai Shorer, State Representative Tim Moore, and representatives from the Jewish Community Relations Council and Christians United for Israel to sign an executive order prohibiting state contracts with companies that participate in boycott, divestment, and sanction (BDS) practices against Israel.
"The major problem with Israel is with the young generation of the black community," Judith Varnai Shorer, Israeli consul general in Atlanta, explains in the footage, before going on to boast of a dinner she held with "very important" black community leaders whom she said can be part of Israel's "activities."
Bentwich, J., Dobronevsky, E., Aichenbaum, S., Shorer, R., Peretz, R., Khaigrekht, M., ...
[16.] Schulman H, Tsodikow V, Einhorn M, Levy Y, Shorer Z, Hertzanu Y.
Scherz-Shouval R, Shvets E, Fass E, Shorer H, Gil L, Elazar Z.
Shaki, Goldbart, Daniel, Fraser, and Shorer (2011) were able to support these overall findings when they evaluated sleep disturbances in a cohort of parents of epileptic children against a cohort of parents of nonepileptic children.
New housemate Nathan Henry declares "this election could swing either way...just like me," and original Geordie Shorer Gaz Beadle proclaiming "we'll do absolutely everything to get your votes."
At week 24, joint disease improved, based on the PGA arthritis score, by a significantly greater amount in the shorer duration group (-39.8 vs.
His only goal in life was to "smash a bird" - and now to "go international" in this quest - but he's grappling with the novel inconvenience of genuine human affection for fellow Shorer Charlotte.