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June 5, 2008 | 2:34 pmTalia Hill
Graduating from: Bais Yaakov
Heading to: Midreshet Darkeynu, Jerusalem
-- Julie Gruenbaum Fax, Education Editor
Leah Hill was in a store with her daughter, Talia (Tali), and was having a hard time communicating with a clerk.
"Oh, I give up," Leah said.
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Cash and gift certificates can be a tad too impersonal (albeit useful), but you don't...