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, matzoh, matza, matzah
a brittle very thin biscuit of unleavened bread, traditionally eaten during Passover



(Unleavened Bread) thin wafer of unleavened dough; Jews eat matzos during Passover instead of leavened bread, which is prohibited at that time.

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Matsa is currently evaluating its processing options for the treatment of ore and has had discussions as part of its ongoing relationship with AGAA.
Mitchell, A., Gottfried, J., Kiley, J., & Matsa, K.
Recent financial studies on capital structure have suggested that a firm's capital structure can be affected by the nature of the interaction between its incentive structure and interested parties, such as competitors, suppliers of raw materials, and labor unions (Lewis, 1986; Bronars and Deere, 1991; DeAngelo and DeAngelo, 1991; Matsa, 2010).
Brown and Matsa (2012) use OJS microdata from the CareerBuilder website to examine the relationship between an employer's financial health and its recruiting outcomes.
Patient-specific iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes can be used for search for and study of new drug combinations as was successfully demonstrated in the study by Matsa et al.
[13] analysed the strong wind characteristics of Typhoon Matsa, the buffeting response characteristics of the cable and deck of the Runyang Yangtze Bridge, and the variation in the buffeting response RMS versus the wind speed.
Goals from Van Gelder (2), Jamie Brady and Aston Browning helped leaders Belfry Youth to an impressive to a 4-1 win Maghull Youth in the Youth Division while Vauxhall Motors Youth were also jubilant after Liam Richardson, Gerald Matsa and Louis Gouldson bagged a goal apiece in their side's 3-2 result over secondplaced Litherland REMYCA Youth.
The Pew Research Centre reports that in 2013, 64 per cent of American adults used Facebook and almost half of these used Facebook for news (Matsa and Mitchell, 2014).
As part of the agreement, Mubadala will acquire 50 per cent share in Trafigura's flagship mining operation Minas de Aguas TeEaAidas (Matsa), which owns the Agua TeEaAidas, Sotiel and Magdalena mines in southern Spain which produce copper, zinc and lead concentrates.
With this separation of political and social interactions, it is no wonder polarization has increased within political and public spheres (Mitchel, Gottfried, Kiley, & Matsa, 2014).
(123.) See Katerina Eva Matsa, Pew Research Cent., Time Warner vs.