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Noah's—including his barren, adopted daughter Ila, who is betrothed to his son Shem—are.‘Noah’ Review: An Ambitious, Flawed Biblical Tale That You Have to See|Andrew Romano|March 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The ILA and IAA did not answer questions about when a new survey will begin.Palestinians and Jews Unite to Save the Pre-1948 Town of Lifta|Lauren Gelfond Feldinger|November 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The ILA admitted the 30-year-old error last week in a letter to attorney Tawfiq Jabarin, who is representing the landowners.
And though the ILA reports that it informed the kibbutz of its decision a year ago—the kibbutz is still working the land.
Ila was very young, but she belonged by instinct to his own world.
Ila had a very high colour, and her primal fascination was less reserved than usual.
Trennahan talked to Tiny for a time, then again to Ila, who lay back in a chair with her little red slippers on a footstool.
"Poor old dear, I feel like wiping it off," whispered Rose to Ila.
Greater than the son of Ila, than the kings of earth in might, Holier than the holy rishis, be thou in thy virtue bright!Maha-bharata|Anonymous