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Title:Menachem Tewel Developer
Description:Menachem Tewel is a passionate web developer and designer. He believes he can’t do anything better than the way he can handle the websites. Where people put status update on their social media platform about relationship, any new purchase, something they ate, etc, he keeps on putting stuffs exclusively in relation with web development/designing.
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