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Benjamin

A slang term for a $100 bill in the United States. The term is derived from Benjamin Franklin, who appears on the $100 bill.
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Sorek is survived by parents - Yoav and Rachel, and six siblings: Shahar, 24, Noa, 23, Ruth, 21, Binyamin, 15, Eitan,13, and Uri, 9.
The Mateh Binyamin Regional Council, founded in 1979, has jurisdiction over the Jewish settlements surrounding Ramallah and their approximately 50,000 inhabitants.
The incident took place at the Rami Levy supermarket located in the Shaar Binyamin commercial centre on a highway just north of Jerusalem.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has insisted that the ban on calls for a boycott does not tarnish Israel's reputation and described condemnation of Israel over the law as being unfair "attacks on democracy's attempt to draw a line between what is acceptable and what is not".
Binyamin Netanyahu would be very interested in a peace deal in which the Palestinians just rolled over and agreed to his terms.
On Wednesday's meeting between Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Israeli Industry & Trade Minister Binyamin Ben Eliezer, Netanyahu said he told his minister to "go and meet Davutoglu" when he was told about the possibility of such a meeting.
"Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu clarifies that Israel is not seeking any conflict with Lebanon ...
For a relaxed fill-up of plain home cooking soups, salads and stews, served with a hunk of bread visit 31 Nahalat Binyamin Street.
GORDON Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy have written a joint letter to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu after a highly divisive vote at the United Nations.
But Binyamin Netanyahu said he would only back it if the new nation had no military capability and recognised Israel as a Jewish state.
Jerusalem, Feb 12 (ANI): The Likud and Kadima parties will be able to form the new Israeli government together under the leadership of Likud chairman Binyamin Netanyahu.
Rabbi Binyamin Elon, a member of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus, said he believes most rank-and-file Americans are "with Israel in their hearts." At a briefing for reporters Elon said, "We have to understand that we have to be united."