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HAKNA'OT הקנאות

English translation: Depositions

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Hebrew term or phrase:HAKNA'OT הקנאות
English translation:Depositions
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03:53 Oct 27, 2005
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / Probate
Hebrew term or phrase: HAKNA'OT הקנאות
in a list: after hearing the petitioners, the witnesses, the HAKNA'OT etc. - - -
Sogifted
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Local time: 06:05
depositions
Explanation:
I have this recorded as belonging to a Rabbinical Court context, although I suppose it could apply in regular court...
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HAKNA'OT הקנאות
depositions


Explanation:
I have this recorded as belonging to a Rabbinical Court context, although I suppose it could apply in regular court...

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Local time: 13:05
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HAKNA'OT הקנאות
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Explanation:
per Inbal dictionary

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