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lazar

(lā′zər, lăz′ər)
n. Archaic
A diseased person; a leper.
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Lazar, “circumvents the national government of Baghdad by directly supplying Sunni tribesmen or the Kurdish Peshmerga with heavy weapons, this will be a blatant interference in the affairs of the sovereign government of Iraq and an incomprehensible insult to its citizens and their democratically elected government.”
He expressed sincerest thanks to Rabbi Berel Lazar for his keenness to boost coordination between Bahrain and Russia to foster the culture of tolerance and peaceful coexistence among all.
Lazar joins Bristow after more than 11 years at General Electric in Houston, most recently as Executive Counsel, M&A.
"Back then I had a low opinion of yoga," Lazar said.
Lazar, who will be based at Liberty Lending's headquarters in New York City, brings over 19 years of experience of which 13 years are in the financial services industry.
Lazar told reporters during the Limmud FSU festival, which is aimed at strengthening the Jewish identity of Russian-speaking Jews, that Putin eats matzah while drinking tea.
A screenshot posted by Lazar said the post had been removed for violating Facebook's guidelines.
At the last session, the government of Macedonia, on the proposal of BDI, appointed Lazar Elenovski as a special representative for the country's integration in NATO, with an office in Brussels.
In her new role, Lazar will be responsible for managing sales opportunities for the stations and reports to the SVP/Sales for the cluster, Adam Kurtz.
Oasis on 20 also will accommodate a Subway sandwich shop, currently located across the street, that will move in by spring, owner Joe Lazar said.