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“The British people may find themselves invoking the spirit of the Blitz for some time to come”   When Health Secretary Matt Hancock evoked the Blitz spirit as coronavirus began its onslaught in mid-March, the thought that the casualty rate would exceed that of the Nazis’ air attacks — as it did when COVID-19 deaths topped
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“The British people may find themselves invoking the spirit of the Blitz for some time to come”   When Health Secretary Matt Hancock evoked the Blitz spirit as coronavirus began its onslaught in mid-March, the thought that the casualty rate would exceed that of the Nazis’ air attacks — as it did when COVID-19 deaths topped
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I always make a big brunch seudah in the morning — two big shakshukas, tons of fresh bread, and lots of fresh, cold grapes and watermelon to help everyone start to hydrate.
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“The British people may find themselves invoking the spirit of the Blitz for some time to come”   When Health Secretary Matt Hancock evoked the Blitz spirit as coronavirus began its onslaught in mid-March, the thought that the casualty rate would exceed that of the Nazis’ air attacks — as it did when COVID-19 deaths topped
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Battle Cry
“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
Elana Moskowitz
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“Mi l’Hashem elai!” In every generation, there are those who respond and take a stand for Hashem
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"Schools, please figure out how to financially stabilize our teachers. If you can’t, we’ll lose them and then we’ll all lose out"
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“The British people may find themselves invoking the spirit of the Blitz for some time to come”   When Health Secretary Matt Hancock evoked the Blitz spirit as coronavirus began its onslaught in mid-March, the thought that the casualty rate would exceed that of the Nazis’ air attacks — as it did when COVID-19 deaths topped
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"We keep our religion quiet at the office — why are you rocking the boat?"
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Will less-than-pristine clothing send a longtime relationship down the drain?
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