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Walking in Ajami, where tourists rarely tread, Ben-Ami remembers his three years living there.
Though Jaffa remains a mixed Jewish-Arab city, Ben-Ami says the city center is long devoid of its Arab character and inhabitants.
JAFFA, ISRAEL—Israeli tour guide Yuval Ben-Ami, 37, waves his arm down the shore towards Tel Aviv.
Ami Kaufman and others have made serious arguments for this choice.
President Jeremy Ben-Ami said, "such a draconian step would widely undermine confidence" in U.S. leadership.
"No apology is needed, mon ami," Paul exclaimed quickly, well aware that the detective was merely obeying instructions.The Doctor of Pimlico|William Le Queux
The government, he said, had disapproved of the debentures issued by the local governor, ami they had been withdrawn.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
I laugh—mon ami—when I think of all that you did in three days.
"But it is a child, mon ami," said the Vicomte, with his tolerant smile.
"I am glad, mon ami, that you have come," were Madame's words of welcome.