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Plural of hilum.
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In her new role based in New York, Hila will partner with clients to help them achieve their straight-through-processing and cost reduction goals in the post-trade process.
During her tenure at JPMorgan, Hila spearheaded the successful implementation of their equities FIX 4.
This is human but not very civil sense, and now is the time for new leaders", stressed publicist Hila for TVM2.
Emma and Professor Palmer's unannounced romantic feelings, along with her psychic connection to what turns out to be a distant relation in Hila, are what pulls the time traveller into the real world.
Hila Sedighi is a young Iranian poet who, according to Human Rights Watch, was arrested and interrogated for her poetry and has been given a "postponed" sentence of four months in jail.
I have brought your son home," Netanyahu told Shalit's father Noam, the euphoric crowd that had gathered in Mitze Hila and a plethora of television cameras.
EXHIBITIONS Look At Me, St George's Hall; Beyond Sight, Liverpool Cathedral; Brothers in Art, The Gallery Liverpool; John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery; Magdalena Abakanowicz, Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, Wannes Goetschalckx, Diango Hernandez, Jamie Isenstein, Eva Kot[sz]tkov[sz], Otto Muehl, Nina Canell, and Franz West, Tate Liverpool; Antti Laitinen, Sachiko Abe, A Foundation; NS Harsha, Rosa Barba, Alfredo Jaar, Ryan Trecartin, Tim Eitel, Oren Eliav, Edi Hila, Y.
His mother, Aviva, made an emotional speech in the family's hometown of Mitzpeh Hila.
The show took us on an exploration through the wonderful work assembled by its two curators, Anselm Franke and Hila Peleg, as well as through small curated projects, such as the "Museum of Projective Personality Testing" and the "Museum of European Normality.
Hila lost his right eye as a result of the gunshot wound, but has otherwise made a full recovery, according to the prosecutor.
Arranged by organ, the chapters cover the mediastinum, pulmonary hila, lung disease, abdomen and pelvis, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, kidney, ureters, adrenal glands, and gastrointestinal tract.
It receives a thrilling edge-of-your-seat performance by Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus with soprano Hila Plitmann.