Motza


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Motza

An Australian slang term for a great deal of money, especially used with reference to gambling winnings.
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The excavations are being conducted as part of the Highway 16 Project which includes building a new entrance road to Jerusalem from the west, connecting the National Highway 1 from the Motza area to the southern part of Jerusalem ("Bayit VeGan" area), including two double tunnels.
He recently showed me a letter from his commander, Yair Goren, now of Ramat Motza in Jerusalem, commending his bravery in defending a kibbutz position abandoned by other soldiers: "Tour face bloodied from [your] wounded forehead, [you] continued to move the width of the collapsed frontline ...
Muy posiblemente nos encontramos ante el regalo hecho por la noble dama Maria Motza a la catedral para que reconvirtieran en relicario un producto de plateria profana.
The kindly consideration of a stern government will not be unwelcome to the embattled broadcaster, but SIBS clearly anticipates making a motza from advertising during the series, a source of revenue unavailable, as yet, to the ABC.
Before, it charged businesses a motza for such services.
He has two grandchildren from his daughter and he lives by her side in Motza, a small community west of Jerusalem.
Through their work at the archaeological site of Motza, a neighbourhood in the Judean Hills, Dr.
Mountains are being carved out to add lanes, curves are being straightened, and, most significantly, the famous Motza slide-turn is being obviated by a majestic tunnel-overpass combination.
MARYANN MOTZA is the Social Security administrator for the state of Colorado.
Fearful of sending a weakened team to the finals, thereby reducing their chances of making a motza, NSW have offered terms to the swashbuckling Kiwi.
Animal and human figurines, some more than 9,000 years old, have been found at Tel Motza, an archaeological site being excavated ahead of the expansion of Highway 1, the main road connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.