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English: \"a man and a cat called yitz\" in the technion, haifa
Français : Israël, Haïfa - Sculpture intitulée "homme et chat nommé Yates" au Technion de Haïfa. Robert Shore (2004). L'homme est le Dr Robert Shillman du Massachusetts qui a passé un été dans sa jeunesse à la Faculté de Physique du Technion et est devenu ami là-bas avec l'un des chats errants nommés Yates.
עברית: הפסל "אדם וחתול בשם ייטס" בטכניון, Original Image Name:פסל "אדם וחתול בשם ייטס" בטכניון, Notes:יהפסל הוא רוברט שור (2004). האדם הוא ד"ר רוברט שילמן ממסצ'וסטס שבילה קיץ אחד בצעירותו בפקולטה לפיזיקה בטכניון והתיידד שם עם אחד החתולים המשוטטים בשם ייטס., Location:הטכניון בחיפה
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Author ד"ר אבישי טייכר
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