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Even though I was given a Brit Milah (Jewish circumcision) 8 days after I was born in the USA I have never known my Hebrew name. I have created various ones including Ephraim ben Uri and Achael ben Uriel. If anyone knows my Hebrew name from August 1968 in Massachusetts please let me know...

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faceless and loud
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Fooled by Science (2003)
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Snow in Virginia (2002)
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Through the Sun (2003)
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A Dented Skull (2003)
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FantasyLand (2004)
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Martian Marching (2015)
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The Big Picture (2002)
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The Wretched Idol (2003)
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All Aboard (2003)
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Anything Matters (2003)
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Negev Infatuation (2003)
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The Costa Sun (2016)
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