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Sarah Avraham [1] ....Sarah began studying in the religious girls school in Kiryat Arba, where she decided to take up sports. Fitness trainer Michael Pollack, from the Jewish neighborhood in neighboring Hebron, recognized Sarah’s intense desire to succeed, and he decided to quickly integrate her training with kickboxing. Pollack said that when he saw Sarah’s potential, he put her in touch with Thai boxing coach Eddie Yusopov. While studying at the religious girls school in Kiryat Arba, Avraham decided to take up sports.[1] Fitness trainer Michael Pollack, from the Jewish neighborhood in neighboring Hebron, integrated her training with kickboxing.[1] He put Avraham in touch with Thai boxing coach Eddie Yusopov...
Balsam of Peru [2] The other 30-40% contains resins of unknown composition. It also contains essential oils similar to those in citrus fruit peel. These are all potential allergens. The other 30–40% contains resins or esters of unknown composition.[10] It also contains essential oils similar to those in citrus fruit peel. These are all potential allergens
Christodora House [3] Kim allegedly falsified documents identifying himself as the president-secretary of the condo association, allowing him to transfer $435,000 from the association’s bank account to a bank account he set up for Liquid Capital. Within a month of making the transfers, he 'depleted all the money he had stolen — trading most of it away. Kim allegedly falsified documents identifying himself as the president-secretary of the condo association, and then transferred $435,000 from the association’s bank account to a bank account he set up for his hedge fund, and then depleted all the money he had stolen.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (New York) [4] A federal judge on Tuesday ordered New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority to display on its buses a controversial ad that refers to Muslims killing Jews, rejecting the argument that the ad could incite terrorism or imminent violence. U.S. District Judge John Koeltl in Manhattan said the ad from the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which had previously run in Chicago and San Francisco, was protected speech under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The ad portrays a menacing man wearing a scarf around his head and face, includes a quotation "<snip quote>" attributed to "Hamas MTV," and then states, "<snip quote>"...The ad includes a disclaimer that its display does not imply an MTA endorsement.... The ad showed a menacing man wearing a scarf around his head and face, and included a quotation "<snip quote>", which was attributed to "Hamas MTV," and then stated: "<snip quote>"[24] The ad included a disclaimer that the display of the ad not imply an MTA endorsement.[25] U.S. District Judge John Koeltl of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan said the ad of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, which had earlier run in Chicago and San Francisco, was protected speech under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.[26] He ordered the MTA to display the ad on its buses, rejecting the MTA's argument that the ad might incite terrorism or imminent violence.
Marc Schneier [5] But the RCA chose to suspend the investigation because Schneier was legally barred from testifying by a judicial gag order put in place during the bitter divorce negotiations between him and Rubinstein Schneier. The RCA chose to suspend the investigation in 2013 because Schneier was legally barred from testifying by a judicial gag order put in place during the bitter divorce negotiations between him and his fourth wife