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Ja·cob

(zhä-kôb′), François Born 1920.
French geneticist. He shared a 1965 Nobel Prize for the study of regulatory activity in body cells.

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Yaakov said the blast would have taken place atop a mountain near Abu Ageila, in the northeastern Sinai and according to the Times, the "blinding flash and mushroom cloud would have been seen throughout the Sinai and Negev Deserts, and perhaps as far away as Cairo.
However, Yaakov also charged that beyond taxation, the answer to the problem is proper education.
A senior Palestinian official told The Media Line that Palestinian negotiators had already accepted that Neveh Yaakov, Pisgat Zeev and French Hill would be part of Israel in a final agreement over the issue of the status of Jerusalem.
Rosenblatt started making meat five days a week instead of three to keep up with demand from distributors, according to chief operating officer and owner Yaakov Rosenblatt.
Israeli police identified the dead man on Monday as Yaakov Alperon, the head of one of the country's most powerful crime families.
Historian Dr Yaakov Wise said the increase in religious British Jewry - recognisable by their traditional dress - is outstripping the decline in the overall Jewish population, which has been shrinking by 1 per cent to 2 per cent each year since the 1950s.
But Yaakov Kalman, an archaeologist who participated in the excavations, is convinced that his team have found Herod's tomb.
An excellent piece by Michael Romann accurately describes the split nature of daily life in the city; and Yaakov Garb's chapter, 'The softer side of collision', is the only part of the whole book that has any quality as a piece of literature.
DNA & Tradition: The Genetic Link To The Ancient Hebrews by Rabbi Yaakov Kleiman is an amazing discussion of what modern genetic science has to say about the origins and lineage of Jewish people, from ancient Hebrews to Modern Jews.
Frankel, Bais Yaakov of Queens, Kew Gardens, NY 11415.
Yaakov Cohen, driver of the second bus, was hailed a hero for saving around a dozen of his passengers.
Yaakov Sivek, 63, a man who had lived in Israel and France for some years, was hired by Drelich to escort the troupe around the country.