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Jaffa

A popular British term for a sterile male. The name derives from Jaffa oranges which are popularly regarded as seedless.
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The issue is whether such public figures have discovered something unknown to Jefferson or Lincoln that calls those principles into question--or whether their doubts ultimately arise, as Jaffa and Berns believed, from the influence of twentieth-century historicism, grounded in the thought of that most antiliberal of philosophers, Friedrich Nietzsche.
The Jaffa Clocktower, finished in 1903, was built to celebrate the silver jubilee of Sultan Abdul Hamid II.
By the turn of the 20th century, Jaffa was booming, led in part by a burgeoning orange trade (exports of which grew ten-fold between 1885 and 1913).
While Berns, Martin Diamond, Herbert Storing, and others excavated the original understanding of the Constitution and the contributions to political thought of The Federalist and the Anti-Federalists, Jaffa revolutionized Lincoln scholarship with his magisterial Crisis of the House Divided (1959), a book that every student of Lincoln's words and deeds has had to reckon with ever since.
As the experts of all things Jaffa Cake (and dunking) we tend to agree - the sponge base just isn't robust enough to hold up in a hot drink.
Biden arrived in Israel late on Tuesday for a two-day visit, and was meeting former Israeli president Shimon Peres in Jaffa around the time of the boardwalk attack.
The film takes up the travails of his uncle's family in Jaffa, which has been largely devoured by Israel's settler-colonial policies.
Mary said: "I woke up to a terrible noise and realised it was Jaffa.
British architect John Pawson will design the W Tel Aviv hotel, together with Israeli architect Rami Gil, who designed the nearby Jaffa Port.
Divas, poets and intellectuals from different Arab countries, mainly Egypt, used to visit Jaffa to perform in or attend cultural events in the city dubbed the "Palestinian Bride of the Mediterranean".
It might not stand up to comparison with a Jaffa Cake but it's still a treat.
Summary: Jaffa: Attackers desecrated graves in an Arab Christian cemetery in Jaffa and damaged property nearby, .