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When the prime minister was out of power, he visited Pollard in prison.
For years President Obama has resisted Israeli requests to free Jonathan Pollard.
If Netanyahu were to secure Pollard's release, it would mark the end of a near two-decade campaign for the Israeli prime minister.
"We would like to see Pollard free in time for Passover [which starts on the evening of April 14]," he said.
The Israeli press reported Tuesday that Pollard waived a parole hearing this week.
They stop presently at the most likely place, and Jeanne sits down under a pollard willow.Child Life In Town And Country|Anatole France
We assumed the character of cattle-buyers, Mr. Pollard furnishing us with cattle-whips to make the assumption plausible.
The fact that this newspaper was taken by Mr. Pollard was to me sufficient evidence that he was a Southern sympathizer.
"And I," said Kauc, the crow, settling down on a branch of the pollard.Wood Magic|Richard Jefferies
They stopped and boarded a ship flying the Spanish flag, and took prisoner a Mr. Pollard, of Virginia.Historic Adventures|Rupert S. Holland