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If you want your Facebook page posts to be seen in old newsfeed, you have to pay. Sixty biggest Slovak media pages have 4 times fewer interactions (likes, comments, shares) since the test.

And Ziad Ramley wrote what new Explore Feed could mean for publishers.

This information is based on a List of persecuted persons found in List of murdered people from Druja, 1941-1942. A sister of my great grandmother also married a Chait from Birzai. My daughter’s bat mitzvah is this coming shabbat and I am very exciting to discuss these possibilities with the family. There is this photo on your website #vil_p4-11: Outdoor snapshot of the wife of Rabbi Halpern from St. Louis County, Missouri, USA BURIAL Bnai Amoona Cemetery University City, St. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his acquaintance, Sara Mina Gurevitz Henya Henia Ragoler Wilna, Poland Page of Testimony murdered Henya henia Ragoler was born in Wilna, Poland to Zeev. Thank you for your information, Suellen Weinstein Liker [email protected] and Suellen, Seeing "Sheboygan" "a marriage of an Alperovitz to a Levitan" "Dokshitzy" Made me think of Joel. Alperovitz and Krivitsky are names associated with Kurenets. The stories of my grandmother also met the name Epstein.

It seems that Birzai was the origin of many Chaits in the area of Northern Lithuania. Johanna Wallenstein (1st wife), Annette Cohen (2nd wife) 3. Rose Hillman 5, Shoshana Hillman Does this match up with your Hillman family? I have done a Ff DNA test and I know that her parents were closely linked with the Ragoler lineage. Halpern BIRTH 1891 Toronto, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada DEATH (aged 70–71) University City, St. Also the Alperovitz family was related due to a marriage of an Alperovitz to a Levitan. Now I will look up Dokshitsy (sp) to see what part of my family came from there. There are her photo and a photo of her mother 1823-1905 the wife of Rabbi Berlin too in Vitebsk. It is also known that in Palestine in 1914 there were no relatives named Berlin.

UPDATE — “It’s not global and there are no plans to be,” said Adam Mosseri, Head of Newsfeed at Facebook about this experiment in six countries. “Likely months as it can take that long for people to adapt, but we’ll be looking to improve the experience in the meantime,” he added.

UPDATE — “We currently have no plans to roll this test out further,” wrote Adam Mosseri, Head of News Feed.

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