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Yochi curled his peyos. “Does wearing a T-shirt on a trip in Africa really bother you, Pessie?”     “The airport is becoming our second home,” Yochi commented as he settled into a chair next to Pessie in the airport lounge to wait for Hindy’s flight to land. “Not ours,” Pessie corrected him. “Yours.” “Hmm.”
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Read these tips, and prepare to up your cutlet game.
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Knowing where we come from gives us purpose and passion as we find our way forward
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If you could ask a single special ancestor of yours to address one question that you face, who would you ask and which life experience would you tap?
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Yochi curled his peyos. “Does wearing a T-shirt on a trip in Africa really bother you, Pessie?”     “The airport is becoming our second home,” Yochi commented as he settled into a chair next to Pessie in the airport lounge to wait for Hindy’s flight to land. “Not ours,” Pessie corrected him. “Yours.” “Hmm.”
Malkie Gordon-Hirsch
redo and renew
Yochi curled his peyos. “Does wearing a T-shirt on a trip in Africa really bother you, Pessie?”     “The airport is becoming our second home,” Yochi commented as he settled into a chair next to Pessie in the airport lounge to wait for Hindy’s flight to land. “Not ours,” Pessie corrected him. “Yours.” “Hmm.”
Michal Frischman
The Art of the Deal
White House envoy Avi Berkowitz traces the story behind the historic Israel-UAE deal
Gedalia Guttentag
The Art of the Deal
The diplomatic coup announced by Trumpian tweet last week to a stunned world began only a few months ago on the olive-green hills of Judea and Samaria
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Yochi curled his peyos. “Does wearing a T-shirt on a trip in Africa really bother you, Pessie?”     “The airport is becoming our second home,” Yochi commented as he settled into a chair next to Pessie in the airport lounge to wait for Hindy’s flight to land. “Not ours,” Pessie corrected him. “Yours.” “Hmm.”
Leah Reisman
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