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Nethaneel

(nēthăn`ēəl, nĕth`ənēl), in the Bible. 1 Prince of Issachar. 2 Brother of David. 3 Porter of the Temple. 4 Prince under Jehoshaphat. 5 Trumpeter.
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Matua is accused of killing Rabbi Yaakov Litman, 40, and his son Netanel Litman, 18, as they drove in a van with five other members of the Litman family near the Jewish settlement of Otniel, south of Hebron, on Nov 14.
In a combined operation, a suspect in the murder of Rabbi Ya'akov Litman and his son Netanel on Nov.
Though it may seem a bit, well, one percent to shuttle pets around by private plane, there is, says cofounder Yehuda Netanel, a SoCal real estate developer, a serious imbalance of supply and demand between, say, Orange County and British Columbia.
See Casey, supra note 259, at 6-7 (noting that elites are more attentive to information gathering and also have "better developed cognitive skills" for critically considering the information they have); Neil Weinstock Netanel, Asserting Copyright's Democratic Principles in the Global Arena, 51 Vand.
1, 7 (2004); Neil Weinstock Netanel, Copyright and a Democratic Civil Society, 106 Yale L.
Les festivaliers, dans cette atmosphere melodique, ont savoure, samedi, des morceaux du repertoire musical des jeunes talentueux chanteurs Neta Elkayam et Maher Deeba, deux voix emblematiques qui incarnent la serenite et la tolerence entre les peuples, accompagnes par Elad Levi au violon, Amit Hai Cohen au piano et Netanel Ben Shitrit a la Darbuka.
NIEL WEINSTOCK NETANEL, COPYRIGHT'S PARADOX 81 (2008) (discussing copyright's "structural function," which "supports a sector of authors and publishers who look to the market, not government patronage, for financial sustenance and who thus gain considerable independence from government influence").
Uri Alter and Netanel Davidi, co-founders and co-CEOs of Cyvera
Netanel Beniso to reprimand the police offices for violating what he said were the basic norms of law enforcement.
Netanel and Fisher support the creation of a specific panel that would make the ultimate decisions as to how to distribute the collective levies.
147, 182, 197-98 (1998) (arguing against "[s]pecial [p]leading" for copyright); Neil Weinstock Netanel, Locating Copyright Within the First Amendment Skein, 54 STAN.
See Neil Weinstock Netanel, Cyberspace Self-Governance: A Skeptical View from Liberal Democratic Theory, 88 CALIF.