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fine protein-rich feed supplement for farm animals; a byproduct from the milling of wheat for flour. Called also shorts.
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Treason ranks among the most despicable of crimes, and the life sentence given Pollard should not be negated because he suddenly has become an attractive bargaining chip in Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Anne Pollard said she is praying Israel will do everything in its power to free her former husband.
Jonathan Pollard was arrested in 1985 and later sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of turning over reams of classified documents to Israeli handlers.
53) This time, however, the Pollards were in no mood to accept the decision and challenged it in court.
Even after the Pollards were arrested and convicted, Israel hoped that it would be business as usual U.
HUGH POLLARD IS known for sitting in his office chair and rocking.
It's just fun to be lean and mean," says Pollard, who once oversaw 70 employees as president of Brooks-Pollard.
Actors portray "Susan" (a pseudonym for the actual DIA employee who first reported Jonathan Pollard to the Office of Security) and Jonathan Pollard.
Material obtained under FOIA by IRmep reveals that during the same time period Jonathan Pollard was active; American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) officials obtained and used stolen classified US confidential business information passed by an Israeli diplomat.
It's been great," said Donn Pollard, the school's principal.
It's been a long time," said Bart Pollard, who served as the junior varsity coach for six seasons.
They attacked pastor Mr Pollard, 62, as he tried to drive off.