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ISAAC

Acronym for International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood. The study reported its findings, in over 400,000 children in 56 countries, in April, 1998.
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(3.) Izhak Englard, The System Builders: A Critical Appraisal of Modern American Tort Theory, 9 J.
CREDITS: Directed, written by Avi Angel, based on a book by Izhak Weinberg.
(27) See generally Izhak Englard, "Law and Religion in Israel" (1987) 35:1 Am J Comp L 185.
Izhak plans to stay in Muscat for a week and intends to visit the festival every day.
4, 1951); IZHAK ENGLARD, THE PHILOSOPHY OF TORT LAW 7-20 (1993); DAN B.
Izhak Englard, The Problem of Jewish Law in a Jewish State, 3 ISR.
A scandal was recently unearthed in Brooklyn concerning Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, who called himself a "matchmaker" and brokered kidney sales between disadvantaged Israelis and affluent U.S.
Rappaport, eds., Synagogues in Antiquity, Jerusalem: Izhak Ben-Zvi Institute, pp.
You could call me a "matchmaker," said Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, from Brooklyn, USA, in a secret recording with an FBI-agent whom he believed to be a client.
The article also carried a photograph of a dead Palestinian man with a line of surgical stitches running the length of his torso, apparently taken after an autopsy, as well as pictures of stone-throwing youths and Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, a New York resident arrested in an FBI sting last month and charged with plotting to buy a kidney from an Israeli and sell it to an American patient for $160,000.
The article was illustrated with a photograph of a dead Palestinian man with a line of surgical stitches running the length of his torso, apparently taken after an autopsy, as well as pictures of stone-throwing youths and Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, a New York resident arrested in an FBI sting last month and charged with plotting to buy a kidney from an Israeli and sell it to an American patient for $160,000.
Other pictures in the article were of stone-throwing youths and Levy Izhak Rosenbaum, a New York resident arrested in an FBI sting last month and charged with plotting to buy a kidney from an Israeli and sell it to an American patient for $160,000.