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Averbuchs a win from dream


Yael (pronounced Ya'el), a Hebrew name taken from a Biblical heroine, signifies strength. The Hebrew name Shira means "poem" or "song." So, if the North Carolina and Stanford women's soccer teams win their College Cup semifinal games today in Cary, strength and poetry will meet Sunday in the form of two sisters, Yael and Shira Averbuch (pronounced A'ver'bush). Both are midfielders, Yael a senior for UNC, Shira a freshman for Stanford. (Raleigh News & Observer)


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