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or bi tre ruh lee

  • r  in a random manner

  • The Council arbitrarily fixed the 14th day of the Jewish "paschal Passover month" (in the Jewish calendar, the lunar month when the full moon occurs after the equinox) as the .
  • As for turning to mandatory execution, Himmelstein contends that it "would be administered just as arbitrarily.
  • Yes, there's no reason to offend people of any faith arbitrarily.
News & Articles


  • Raila Odinga in The Associated Press
    Without mincing words, I am totally against the idea of MPs (members of parliament) adding salaries to themselves arbitrarily,Prime Minister Raila Odinga told journalists during his first news conference since being hospitalized on Monday....
  • Scott Stanzel in USA Today
    I think it's important to remember that the discussions about timeline issues previously were from Democrats in Congress who wanted to arbitrarily retreat from Iraq - without consideration for conditions on the ground,White House deputy press...

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