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“Among the possible explanations she gave for the relatively high quality of WRD answers were: technology (interactive nature of WRD), the likelihood that many WRD volunteers have relevant professional background, type types of questions asked on WRD, and the collaborative nature of social reference, i.e., what she called Lev proceeded to show a photo of the earth taken during the”
“If you were in Lev's place, do you think you would have chosen to stay in Leningrad or would you have left with your mother and sister?”
“Guys, Mag-Lev is an enormously energy consumptive means of transport.”
“But Benioff keeps the book fast-paced and entertaining with the back and forth banter between the main characters: Lev is a seventeen year old virgin, and Kolya is a very vocal sex addict.”
“Caught in the act by soldiers, only Lev is actually captured and imprisoned.”
“When a dead German paratrooper lands in his street, Lev is caught looting the body and dragged to jail, fearing for his life.”
“Lev is petrified, but Kolya is everything that Lev is not; boisterous and bombastic, handsome and charming, and annoyingly optimistic.”
“In the midst of a major historical moment, Lev is preoccupied with thoughts of food and sex.”
“The American Jews differ further from the English in pronouncing Levy to make the first syllable rhyme with tea; the English Jews always make the name Lev-vy, to rhyme with heavy.”
“My heart grew soft over the ancient rug, and I caught a foolish look in Lev-el-Hedyd’s eye.”
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