how do you say happy anniversary in hebrew?

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Answered: Which is the best hotel in Los Angeles for a romantic wedding anniversary

There is no shortage for good hotels in LA. However I prefer Beverly Hills Hotel. They have a lot of interesting facilities. Read on at - http://www.myvacationpages.com/details/beverly-hills-hotel

Answered: How to connect to the anniversary site? We will be celebrating our 65th

Call your son or daughter or whoever is throwing the party for you. Get an exact web site. We do not know and cannot help you. congratulations on your anniversary!

Answered: How would you say

"Like" has 2 meaning: 1. You look like it (or not). 2. You like the play or not. I believe you asked for the 2nd: In Hebrew it is: " O'hev et ze o lo " The other one is: " Do'me le ze o lo ". I hope I am clear.

Answered: 25th anniversary

There are also gifts that are unique. You can try bonsai tree plants. They are definitely appreciated a lot. People would definitely consider live plants as gifts. They are like a living symbol of hope and love. You can definitely check out other plants that my favorite gift plant site offers. http ...

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..... and no capital letters either......
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