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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of upkeep.
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The reason that photographs are not allowed inside Monticello itself is because the home itself is owned by the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, a non-profit organization that upkeeps the home, but more than half of the furniture inside the building does not belong to the Thomas
He upkeeps the webpage and helps write the comic I think, I'm pretty sure...
They could have their store where they receive donations for Temple upkeeps, monks '
These social programs and upkeeps may need to happen, but I doubt you could call it "Economic Stimulus".
Given that these social programs and upkeeps may need to happen but I doubt you could call it "Economic Stimulus".
Whoever seeks the path of Torah, should distance themselves from him or his associates, and by doing so will fulfill what the Torah states "Blessed is he who upkeeps this Torah.