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  • adjective deeply involved

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  • Addressing imprisoned Qaeda and Taliban members, Mr. Zawahri said: "In order to release you, Allah the great and almighty guided us to capture the American Jew Warren Weinstein," whom he called "neck-deep in American aid to Pakistan since the 1970s," according to a translation by the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist messages.

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  • Addressing imprisoned Qaeda and Taliban members, Mr. Zawahri said: "In order to release you, Allah the great and almighty guided us to capture the American Jew Warren Weinstein," whom he called "neck-deep in American aid to Pakistan since the 1970s," according to a translation by the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist messages.

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  • Addressing imprisoned Qaeda and Taliban members, Mr. Zawahri said: "In order to release you, Allah the great and almighty guided us to capture the American Jew Warren Weinstein," whom he called "neck-deep in American aid to Pakistan since the 1970s," according to a translation by the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist messages.

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  • Addressing imprisoned Qaeda and Taliban members, Mr. Zawahri said: "In order to release you, Allah the great and almighty guided us to capture the American Jew Warren Weinstein," whom he called "neck-deep in American aid to Pakistan since the 1970s," according to a translation by the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist messages.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Addressing imprisoned Qaeda and Taliban members, Mr. Zawahri said: "In order to release you, Allah the great and almighty guided us to capture the American Jew Warren Weinstein," whom he called "neck-deep in American aid to Pakistan since the 1970s," according to a translation by the Site Intelligence Group, which monitors jihadist messages.

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  • And as the chilly weather continues, there's no better place to be than neck-deep in a steaming, scented bath, turning the taps every so often with your toes to top up the hot water.

    Upgrade Your Bath

  • Hokkaido's backcountry leads to volcanoes, hot springs and neck-deep powder

    Snow, steam and sashimi: going off-piste in Japan

  • From a strategic point of view, it's given me a good view of the industry from a high level, and now I'm neck-deep in understanding the mechanics of building a clearing house.

    Get Briefed: Walter Lukken

  • They waded through more than 100 yards of frigid, neck-deep water, getting raked by sweeping machine gun fire from above.

    Andy Kutler: The Other Side of Normandy

  • Hamid Karzai and his family are neck-deep in any number of corruption scandals, the most glaring of which involves the largest private bank in Afghanistan and a sweeping control fraud scheme that has already resulted in unrest across the country.

    Derrick Crowe: Pentagon Assertions of "Progress" In Afghanistan Are a Bad Joke

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