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Related to Bris: circumcision
The traditional religious rite—the Brith Milah—of circumcision as practised by Jews; it is performed by the 8th day of life, not by a physician, but rather by a mohel, pron moil
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Even seven months ago, we could not have pointed to Ukraine as the stage for the next geopolitical incident, Bris admits.
Therefore, a research was undertaken with the objectives to evaluate the suitability of sea water as a partial fulfilment of fresh water irrigation and to determine the effect of sodium, as a replacement of potassium, on pineapple in BRIS soil.
Cohort identification and verification of BRIs are critical in a study of this nature, because both registries contain many non-combat-related (primarily motor vehicle accidents) and nonblast (generally gunshot wound) patients.
It will improve efficiencies for both members and clients" With over 380 highly skilled staff Campden BRI offers the widest range of R&D, technical services, analysis and training activities for the food and drink sector.
There was an increasing number of Swedish children who sent e-mail to BRIS, a Swedish organisation for children's rights in society, in June and July this year.
Gary Beach, as "Springtime" director Roger De Bris (a Tony winner for this perf), and his "common-law assistant" Carmen Ghia (Josh Prince) take two already ribald characters and push them into a camp netherworld.
Generally, Jewish law does not offer guidance on medical procedures, but the Bris Milah is an exception.
These countries have maintained a business-friendly environment that encourages openness and productivity," Bris said in a statement.
This continues to drive the economy and the improvement in government and business efficiency," said Professor Arturo Bris, director of the IMD World Competitiveness Centre.
Inspired by his daughter, Ivanka, and the bris of his grandson, he might ask his followers at a rally not to raise their hands in fascist fashion, but rather to make a fist and lightly pound their breasts as Jews do when reciting the vidui, or confession, on Yom Kippur.
Mae ei lun o Richard Robert Jones, neu Dic Aberdaron ymysg y lluniau a werthir yn yr ocsiwn, gydag amcan bris o PS800-1,200.