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pollard

fine protein-rich feed supplement for farm animals; a byproduct from the milling of wheat for flour. Called also shorts.
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The people of Israel welcome the release of Jonathan Pollard," Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a statement.
Now 60, Pollard has said he wants to immigrate to Israel where his second wife lives, and where he can expect to receive substantial Israeli government back-pay.
Pollard graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering from Loughborough University of Technology.
Georgina Buckley, prosecuting, said Pollard submitted his now ex-partner, Michelle Lewis, to domestic violence over seven days at their Llanelli home.
Pollard, an American, was arrested in November 1985 as he tried unsuccessfully to gain asylum in Israel's Washington embassy in a sensational espionage case that captivated public attention and stoked passions.
When she entered Iowa State University to pursue political science and economics, Pollard did not perform at her greatest potential.
The biggest challenge in being a corporate tax professional is the need to learn and speak multiple "tax languages," each of which can be mind-numbingly complex, according to Pollard.
It was there under the equally legendary Cyril Stein that Pollard made his name, offering odds on the next Conservative Party leader in 1963 in the aftermath of the Profumo Affair.
Before this tournament a lot of people said 'Pollard is a spent force, Pollard is this, Pollard is that, Pollard is done'.
Mr Pollard suffered a stab wound and a broken arm in the incident.
Today, bosses at the hospital where Pollard was working said they had received no abuse complaints in relation to the medic during his service.
And Pollard, 28, was paid PS10,000 by Keith and Josephine Barnett, who had been trying for a baby for 12 years.