at its higher education college, a Yiddish school for religious instruction and a kindergarten. The five- to seven-year-olds spend two lessons a week learning to speak Yiddish, as well as being taught Jewish songs, dance and traditions. Kulanu: Birobidzhan: Soviety-era Jewish homeland struggles on The school menorah (Menorah (Hanukkah)) was created in 1991. It is a public school that offers
that teach Yiddish, a Yiddish school for religious instruction and a kindergarten. The five- to seven year-olds spend two lessons a week learning to speak Yiddish, as well as being taught Jewish songs, dance, and traditions. Today, the city’s
journalism journalist . Release and reaction Motown released "Got to Give It Up" as a single in March 1977. Response was immediate. By April of the year, it had already climbed to number-one on Billboard's Hot Soul Singles (Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs) chart. Within two months, the song had also climbed to number-one on the ''Billboard'' Hot 100 (Billboard Hot 100). It would reach number-one on the dance (Hot Dance Club Songs) chart in May. The single also found success outside the United States reaching number seven on the UK Singles Chart, his biggest charted hit as a solo artist since his version of "Abraham, Martin & John" had peaked at number nine on the chart in 1970. Before, Gaye had modest success with two singles - "Save the Children" (which was released as a double-A side with Gaye's 1966 recording, "Little Darling (I Need You)") in 1971 and "Let's Get It On" in 1973 (which peaked at number 31 on the UK chart). The single also found modest success in some countries, peaking at number 24 on the Dutch (Netherlands) singles chart and number 31 on the New Zealand charts. The single's success helped its parent album, ''Live at the London Palladium'' find substantial success—especially in Gaye's home country, where it stayed at the top ten for several weeks. Sales of the album eventually reached two-million. In Australia, "Breakaway" debuted at number fourteen, peaked at number ten on its third week and was later certified gold. http: pandora.nla.gov.au pan 23790 20041220-0000 ISSUE773.pdf The song was extremely popular in Canada and reached number three. It was the fifth single from the album in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, with a UK release date of June 26, 2006. UK release date The song became Clarkson's eighth top forty hit in the UK, peaking at number twenty-two. Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands
Kingdom UK ), as well as the songs, "Do Me Right" and "Groove Control." The three songs combined to reach number five on the US Dance (Hot Dance Club Songs) chart.