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Dayan

Moshe . 1915--81, Israeli soldier and statesman; minister of defence (1967; 1969--74) and foreign minister (1977--79)
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Dayan in Winoker Realty's new Commercial Co-op and Condo division are Senior Managing Director Richard Price and Managing Director David Kahane, industry veterans with over 45 years' experience combined.
Loreta Dayan said their family accompanied his brother all the way from Pangasinan province to support him.
'Dayan said he expected the arrest because he saw it on TV earlier today,' said Maximo in a telephone interview.
The court earlier issued a warrant for the arrest of Dayan for her failure to appear in the hearing on May 15.
During the recent May 13 elections, Dayan garnered 9,939 votes while his opponent, incumbent City Councilor Vic Franco had 9,482 votes.
Dayan appeared in court after the local court denied his previous motion to quash a subpoena for him to testify.
Boss MacPherson was expected to decide Dayan's fate after the squad returned home, but his extended trial also took in a game against Morton.
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On Twitter, Dayan post a message saying he will maintain an open and inclusive dialogue with all parts of the general and Jewish communities in New York.
The move is a marked departure from the stance previously adopted by Netanyahu, who had initially vowed to stand firm on Dayan's nomination, even at the cost of souring relations with Brazil. Since he was nominated for the position in August, the Dilma Rousseff-led administration had steadfastly refused to accept Dayan's credentials.
Rousseff, asked Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cancel the appointment of former settler leader Dani Dayan as ambassador to her country, Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported.
The previously secret minutes of a meeting in 1970 between then-Defense Minister Moshe Dayan and leaders of the nascent settlement enterprise in Judea and Samaria have been published for the first time -- and they include some very surprising statements on both sides, with the secular Dayan raising the idea of allowing Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount, and his religious guests making clear that they do not espouse it.