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holon

(ˈhəʊlən)
n
(Commerce) an autonomous self-reliant unit, esp in manufacturing
[C20: from holo- + -on]
hoˈlonic adj
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According to the indictment, after learning she was pregnant, he arranged to meet her outside the city of Holon in central Israel, where he worked as a gardener.
Two months later, in July, her body was discovered in Holon.
Established in 2016 and based in Holon, a Tel Aviv suburb, Bisec is a developer of automated information security technologies.
The Israeli cabinet voted unanimously on Sunday to close the Holon migrant detention center in southern Israel and gave 40,000 African migrants three months to leave the country voluntarily or face forcible deportation.
In T'boli town in South Cotabato province, authorities also restricted access to Lake Holon, one of the popular local tourist destinations, after two major forest fires occurred there recently.
Holon, Israel-based insurance software provider Sapiens International Corp.
Un holon puede pertenecer a multiples holarquias al mismo tiempo, lo cual representa una diferencia significativa frente a los conceptos tradicionales de jerarquia.
In research currently under way at the Holon Institute of Technology, we are exploring options to better leverage Internet speech data, and we are conducting experiments and research to address challenges in data cleansing and reliability assessment.
Holon is technically four miles south, but that's walking distance for younger legs.
The Home Front Command's search and rescue battalions will hold a number of drills, including one at a mock disaster site in the central Israeli city of Holon throughout Monday.
Ramallah: In an escalation of the tensions between Ethiopian-Israelis and the wider Israeli population, a lecturer at College Peer Tafnit Holon has been filmed saying to an Ethiopian student, "The Ethiopians are taking over this country.
Department of Visual Communication at the Holon Institute of