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The owners of this restaurant made the unfortunate decision to combine English and Hebrew words in naming their cafe – they use the English word “Coffee” and then the Hebrew word “Anan,” which means clouds (as their cafe serves Coffee in the Clouds), but this yields the spoken title of COFFEE ANAN… or perhaps Kofi […]

The owners of this restaurant made the unfortunate decision to combine English and Hebrew words in naming their cafe – they use the English word “Coffee” and then the Hebrew word “Anan,” which means clouds (as their cafe serves Coffee in the Clouds), but this yields the spoken title of COFFEE ANAN… or perhaps Kofi Anan, for those so inclined (like us).

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