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JAFFAJewish Accommodation for Fellow Aged (retirement facility; Pretoria, South Africa)
JAFFAJava Application Framework for All
JAFFAJuvenile and Family Fire Awareness (Australia)
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Fawcett, a grandmother of Hoddlesden, Darwen in Lancashire, pleaded guilty to being in charge of Jaffa when he was dangerously out of control and causing injury.
Working out at 3p per biscuit (or cake, depending on which side you're on), that's a whole 7p cheaper per biccy than the next cheapest Jaffa Cakes out there, which sell for[pounds sterling]1 for a pack of 10 at Tesco.
It said it will also continue with international efforts and meet with heads of state and religious leaders from around the world to put them in the picture of the efforts to take over the church property in Jaffa Gate and to stress to them that the seizure of these properties "will have negative effects on the Christian presence in the Holy City" and that "the existence of a vibrant Christian community in Jerusalem is essential to maintaining a historically diverse society and to achieve peace in this city."
Sondey Orange Jaffa Cakes Pack size: 300 g Best-before dates: 01 January 2019, 01 February 2019, 01 March 2019, 01 April 2019, 01 May 2019, 01 June 2019, 01 July 2019, 01 August 2019
These examples are emblematic of Jaffa's devotion to finding the harmonies--the "underlying unities" as he described them-within those things his teacher Leo Strauss had contrasted: reason and revelation, ancients and moderns, theory and practice.
Emma Stowers, brand director for McVitie's at pladis UK, said: "Our current pool of loyal shoppers are buying Jaffa Cakes four times every year on average, which has helped us to grow value sales 5.6% year on year.
On the company's Amazon page, it is advertising the tube as "Jaffa Cakes Massive Xmas Tube 'A Yard of Jaffa'" despite the tube being 32 inches long, including 4 inches of content-free filler.
Now, they have reduced the number of Jaffa Cakes in their Christmas product from 48 to 40, without altering the price.
"My grandfather told me about Jaffa, where he came from, he said it was the bride of the sea, the most beautiful of all.
Jaffa, at the time, was a major economic center in Palestine, a port and commercial hub.
But experts say the "All Rounder"- nibbling the edge, then saving the centre with the orange filling until last - makes the most of the Jaffa Cake.
Jaffa the Orange Moggie WHO pads around, sleeps on the bed Grows big on all the food he's fed And purrs when you stroke his little head?