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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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The clearest example of this, as we will see, is found in the various American missions of the emissary Hayim Yizhak Carigal.
Yizhak's algorithm, which she calls a "metabolic transformation algorithm," or MTA, can take information about any two metabolic states and predict the environmental or genetic changes required to go from one state to the other.
"We initiated peace with (former Israeli prime minister) Yizhak Rabin but he was assassinated in 1995 by the Jews and this is further proof that they are against real and comprehensive peace," he said.
As he mentions early on, Meyerson labors against a historiographic tradition forged by pioneering Judaica scholars such as Yizhak Baer, whose A History of the Jews in Christian Spain remains the leading historical synthesis on Jewish life in medieval Iberia.
Yizhak Toledano, founder and CEO of Aventura-based Sky Development, Inc.
Florida developer Yizhak Toledano, an orthodox Jew, was in temple one day when a fellow congregant of B'nai Sephardim in Broward County approached him to talk business.
Young Artist String: Megan Mason, Michigan; Yizhak Schotten, teacher
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Eitam (who once described Palestinian politicians as "creatures who came out of the depths of darkness") is now in opposition, with his ally, Yizhak Levy.
Passenger Yizhak Shklar said: "When I looked up, there was a woman in front of me dead, and a woman to my right dead.