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shechita, shehita

the Jewish method of ritual slaughter in which the animal is killed by one stroke of a very sharp knife across the throat, completely severing the trachea, carotid arteries and jugular veins. Called also schechita.
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The previous studies can provide precious information and knowledge with respect to maintenance cost distribution of hospitals (Neely and Neathammer, 1991; Nesje, 2002; Lavy and Shohet, 2007b; Ciarapica et al.
The bubbles, typically a bit smaller than red blood cells, can travel through the circulatory system without forming an embolism--an air bubble that lodges in the heart, lungs or brain, Shohet says.
Wanted at Houston, Texas--The Hebrew Congregation Beth Israel is desirous of engaging a gentleman who is capable to act as Chazan, Shohet, Mohel and Bangal Komey [Ba'al Korhey or Torah reader]; one who is able to deliver occasionally a discussion will be preferred.
Initiated in August 2007, the CALM post-market study is being conducted by a broad range of prestigious academic institutions and private practices, including the Cleveland Clinic, Silverstein Institute, House Ear Clinic, Michigan Ear Institute, North Shore Audio-Vestibular Lab, Shohet Ear Associates, The Polyclinic, Doctors' Hearing and Balance Centers of ENT Associates of South Florida, and Ear Institute of Chicago.
Cuttlefish, such as Sepia officinalis Linnaeus, 1758, adaptively and dynamically change their body pattern for camouflage (Hanlon and Messenger, 1988, 1996; Shohet et al.
Daniel, Cathy Devito, Mary DeVries, Soni Goodman, Elaine Larkin, Debra Lee, Meagan Levitan, Michelle Long, Robert Mayer, Mary Lou Myers, Jacqueline NeJaime, Grace Shohet, Jeny Smith, Kilby Stenkamp, Rachel Swann, Robert Vernon, Top Producing Team Ron Wong and Mike Tekulsky and Team John L.
Busse, Alice Dailey, Kendall Johnson, Homay King, Matthew Kozusko, Bakirathi Mani, Steve Newman, Kristen Poole, Katherine Rowe, Bethany Schneider, Lauren Shohet, Kate Thomas, Julian Yates, Carina Yervasi, and especially Patricia White for spirited discussion and assistance with this essay, which exceeds the scope of individual citation.
Urban renewal projects may have many components, some with benefits measurable in monetary terms and some with single or multiples benefits that are not measurable in monetary terms (Schofield, 1987; Rosenfeld and Shohet, 1999; ODPM, 2004; CMHC, 2005).
Farmer, "Play-Reading, News-Reading, and Ben Jonson's The Staple of News"; Peter Berek, "Genres, Early Modern Theatrical Title Pages, and the Authority of Print"; Lauren Shohet, "The Masque in/as Print"; and Douglas A.
1989; Hawkins & Shohet, 1989; Holloway, 1995; Stoltenberg & Delworth, 1987).
Eli Shohet, Senior Vice President of Teva Europe, said, "The IVAX Diagnostics team has worked hard to build a business that is well positioned to pursue exciting growth opportunities.