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Ger. Schwarzwald, mountain range, SW Germany, extending 90 mi (145 km) between the Rhine and Neckar rivers. Feldberg is the highest (4,898 ft/1,493 m) peak. The range is covered by dark pine forests and cut by deep valleys and small lakes.
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In cases such as these, Feldberg correctly asserts that "bribes and payoffs serve precisely the same function as gratuities: they are rewards to the officer for his or her willingness to perform--or not perform--duties according to the wishes of the payer.
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Michael Feldberg, the executive director of the American Jewish Historical Society in New York City, said Jewish immigrants from Spain introduced the seder ritual to North America in the 1620s and that later European immigration kept the tradition alive.
The aisles were cleared of merchandise, doubling the space available for endcaps, said chief executive Warren Feldberg, who a few years ago headed now arch-rival Target.
Cohen and Michael Feldberg, Praeger Publishing, New York, 1991, (212)685-5300.
Contract notice: Expansion of the ski bridge over the b 317 at the feldberg - object of the order: engineering surveying.