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Weizmann

Chaim . 1874--1952, Israeli statesman, born in Russia. As a leading Zionist, he was largely responsible for securing the Balfour Declaration (1917); first president of Israel (1949--52)
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In such instances, Weizman remarks, 'the "law making character" inherent in military violence' becomes evident, as the boundaries of the laws of war are tested and extended (2011, p.
As Weizman argues in the introduction, Forensis interrogates the relationship between the fields where the evidence is collected--actual geographies that he views as elastic and contested force fields--and the forum as the space "where the results of an investigation are presented and contested" (page 9).
The hole might be a site of operations beyond such oppressive icons--what Weizman calls a border.
2) Eyal Weizman, The Least of All Possible Evils: Humanitarian Violence from Arendt to Gaza (London, UK: Verso, 2012) 99-134.
Weizman positions the disaster as a transformative episode for humanitarian organisations, which began to rely heavily upon military and political powers in order to distribute aid during the crisis.
La porte-parole de l'administration penitentiaire israelienne, Sivan Weizman, a confirme que la visite s'etait deroulee "sans incident" et que d'autres visites seraient autorisees regulierement, la prochaine etant prevue dans deux semaines.
Sivan Weizman, an Israeli prison services spokeswoman, told (http://www.
Israeli prisons' spokeswoman Sivan Weizman said the prisoners, among them 200 Palestinians, had almost completed their terms and were released due to overcrowding, the Palestinian news agency Maan added.
Marwan Barghouti was placed in isolation for two weeks after the discovery Wednesday of a mobile phone in his cell which he was sharing with other prisoners," Sivan Weizman said.
Without dropping a game en route to the quarter-finals, Tesni defeated Canada's Rachel Weizman and then Camille Lanier of the USA in the semi-final before coming from behind to beat American ace Maria-Elin Obina 9-11, 11-8 11-4, 11-3 in a storming performance.
As Seger (biological regulation, Weizman Institute of Science, Israel) explains in his preface, mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase cascades are parallel signaling pathways that mediate the intracellular transmission of many extracellular cue; operate as major lines of communication that are responsive to most membranal receptors; and regulate many cellular processes including proliferation, differentiation, development, oncogenic transformation, stress response, and apoptosis.
He's currently unsigned, but quickly making a name for himself and his band - Dom Bridge (bass guitar, double bass, and vocals), Michael Weizman (drums) and Dom Beckett (keyboards).