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pollard

1. an animal, such as a sheep or deer, that has either shed its horns or antlers or has had them removed
2. a tree that has had its top cut off to encourage the formation of a crown of branches
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Esther is so excited I can't describe it," said a source closed to the Pollards.
Convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard is to be released from US prison on Friday after serving 30 years.
Val is stunned when she rolls up to the cricket pavilion and learns just what lengths her estranged husband has gone to, but still feels irked that she's not the SMACKER: The Pollards centre of attention.
They say that his imprisonment was intended to serve as a warning to any Americans of the price to be paid for betraying their country and that his early release to what is likely to be a hero's welcome in Israel, even for a noteworthy purpose of keeping peace talks on track, sends the wrong message to future Jonathan Pollards, and, yes, Edward Snowdens.
The Pollards divorced after Jonathan was imprisoned, and he has since remarried.
WIRRAL gastropub and restaurant Pollards Inn has announced it is to host a food and drink festival this summer to celebrate local independent food and drink purveyors.
While stirring up the terrifying "dual loyalty" chargefar more terrifying to Jews than to Irish-Americans and other hyphenated Americansthe Pollards defined every Jew's ultimate loyalty as being to the Jewish state.
Pollard org: Compt says Israel asked for Pollards release - but says nothing was documented
33) Following the arrest of the Pollards, Israel opted to stonewall but came under considerable pressure both from the U.
The Pollards were considering becoming strictly a marketing and consulting firm.
The Pollards teamed up again this season to spark a resurgence, leading Cottage Grove to the Sky-Em League championship and its first tournament appearance since 1992.
The wife of murdered British aid worker Michael Pollard said last night she feels no malice towards her husband's attackers.