After 29 days, a team of AMS scientists and soldiers are sent in to deal with the problem. The scandalous lives of Liz and Michael, a cop and a lawyer who meet in a near-fatal coincidence. A bride needs something borrowed, something blue, but certainly not something dead.Drama and comedy with inevitable and powerful chemistry between a man and woman that completely alter a destined life plan. I guess the silver lining in all of this is the corpse is not the man she's planning to marry.city located in the southern West Bank, 30 km (19 mi) south of Jerusalem.Nestled in the Judaean Mountains, it lies 930 meters (3,050 ft) above sea level.Situated in the Gurahont Basin, in the left valley of the Crisul Alb River, the commune Almas consists of four villages: Almas - the commune centre situated at 97 km far from Arad, Cil, Rădesti, Joia Mare. Agris Situated in the Gurahonț Basin, in the left valley of the Crişul Alb River, the commune is composed of four villages: Almaș (situated at 97 km from Arad), Cil (Alcsil), Joia Mare (Kakar) and Rădești (Bozsd). There are three villages in Dudeştii Vechi: Cheglevici, Colonia Bulgară and Dudeştii Vechi.Dudeştii Vechi is mostly populated by Banat Bulgarians (Palćene), a regional minority group of ethnic Bulgarians that profess Roman Catholicism, who came from northern Bulgaria, and who are descendants of Paulicians that settled in the area around 1738.
The Jewish settlers have their own governing municipal body, the Committee of the Jewish Community of Hebron.Jews, Christians, and Muslims all venerate the city of Hebron for its association with Abraham It has a local reputation for its grapes, figs, limestone, pottery workshops and glassblowing factories, and is the location of the major dairy-product manufacturer, al-Junaidi.The old city of Hebron features narrow, winding streets, flat-roofed stone houses, and old bazaars.Agadici is a word derived from the Turkish language; Aga meaning 'colonel' and dici meaning 'daughter of.' Therefore, Agadici means, daughter of the colonel.The town was supposedly named after a colonel's daughter when the Ottoman Empire was in occupation of the land that is now the Banat.