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63a). 21. Therepresentative or even the petitioner,sometimesrecordingeverythingandothertimes editing,reformulating, shorteningthe queryas he deemedfit. Thefinalformof the petitionwas tailoredto presentthe consideredto be mostbeneficialto his client'scase. 22 supportedits own contention,the husbandobviouslylimitedthe information he volunteeredto an absoluteminimumso as to emphasizethe detailsthat mighthelp him to get the rulinghe wanted. One is immediatelyimpressedby the amount of travelingin which membersof this family engaged.

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Themanandwomancontinued fouryears,andhe is now wearyof it. And this womanhas [it] writtenin herketubba [marriagecontract]concerningherhusband: "He may not wed anotherwoman,and he may not allow a maidservantwhom she despises to stay with him. And if he shouldmarry another,or if he permits a maidservantwhom she despises to stay with him, he takes it upon himself to pay [her]the me'uhar[delayed marriagepayment]"in full andto writeher [a bill of divorce],[so] that see Y. Qafih's 9. This word is also translatedas "exposed"ratherthan "embarrassing"; commentin TeshuvotHa-Rambam,vol.

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