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SCHWA

Abbreviation for:
schwannomatosis (see there; also called congenital cutaneous neurilemmomatosis)
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Sheva had key traits of England's most prominent Sephardi or "Portuguese" Jews--he came to England from Spain and was a wealthy broker and stockjobber.
The statement said that one of its artillery units launched a Grad missile towards Be'er Sheva in response to ongoing Israeli escalation in attacks against the Gazans; the latest of these attacks was the assassination of one of Izz a-Din al-Qassam Brigades's fighters in Khan Younis.
K' Line presently operates another weekly service (called INDFEX) calling at Nhava Sheva port.
The solar power system has a capacity of 3,000 watts and has been set up at the engineering workshop within the DP World Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal (NSICT) at the Jawaharlal Nehru Port.
Having re-signed for AC Milan, Sheva, 32, feels he is back to his best, which could surprise England supporters who have only seen him in the Premier League as the Blues' misfiring hitman.
Earlier, the company's vessels from Nhava Sheva called at Salalah in Oman before arriving at Jebel Ali.
The NIX offers one of the best transit times in the industry between North China/Korea and India, with only 14 days from Pusan to Nhava Sheva.
He said: "The victory is very important and for Sheva it was nice to score a goal - a very, very important goal.
Inspired by his own wedding, Blumenfeld is now working with ritual in Sheva Birachot (Hebrew for Seven Blessings).
DHL, the world's leading logistics company, announced today the launch of its new direct Less than Container Load1 (LCL) service from Nhava Sheva, India to Los Angeles, USA.
A nine-year-old boy was stabbed while waiting for a school bus in the southern city of Be'er Sheva Tuesday morning.
Once considered a sleepy, backwater Negev town, Be'er Sheva is now a booming center of the Israeli high-tech industry and the home of a world-class university.