schochet

schochet

see shochet.
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But John Schochet, deputy chief of staff in the Seattle City Attorney's Office, says state appeals courts have approved the idea of collective gardens with rotating memberships.
However, in South Africa, the influence of constructions of masculinities on risk behaviours and mental health is one of the most underrated problems in schools (Kwili & Shumba, 2008; Schochet, Dadds, Ham & Montague, 2006).
We cannot be happier with the leasing campaign and NGKF's quick results," said Seth Schochet, vice president of leasing with The Olnick Organization.
Two "second-chance" programs that round positive results were the National Guard Youth ChalleNGe and Job Corps, both programs focused on employment, education and training (Bloom, Gardenhire-Crooks, & Mandsager, 2009; Schochet & Burghardt, 2008).
and managed by The Schochet Companies of Boston, Riverside Village has 312 apartments in 26 buildings spread over nearly 30 acres abutting the Nashua River.
Studies of existing youth employment programmes show that they make less of a short-term impact but a few, particularly in the developed world have much more impact over the long term (Jekielek, Cochran, & Hair, 2002; O'Sullivan, 2000; Clymer, Edwards, &Wyckoff, 2002; Sum & Khatiwada, 2006; Small and Memmo, 2004; Cross, 2004; and Schochet, Burghardt,& McConnel, 2008).
Lord Singh, head of the Network of Sikh Organisations, and Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet accused the Coalition of launching an "assault" on religious values.
One must understand that, as the historian Gordon Schochet remarks
Rivka Schochet, Principal Attorney, Franchise and Distribution Team
14) Jacob Schochet, The Great Maggid (Kehot Publication Society, 1978) 77-78.
68) Gordon Schochet, "Hebraic Roots, Calvinist Plantings, American Branches," Hebraic Political Studies 4, no.