Milin

Milin

An ancient Hebrew unit of length approximately equivalent to one kilometer.
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Milin Kamak No 50, block 3, entrance A, floor 2, ap.
Michelle Friedman, "Pastoral Counseling at YCT Rabbinical School," Milin Havivin 1 (June 2005): 80.
The studies of Serbia and Poland under Nazi occupation by Melita Milin and Katarzyna Naliwajek respectively also make compelling reading, shedding much light on the sheer cynicism of Nazi policy as well as its inconsistencies and the complexity of responses towards it: there is surely room here for comparative studies between different countries in the future.
Milin and Michelle were using inductive reasoning to answer the tower problem.
Businesses are increasingly deploying network virtualization to simplify IT and improve the speed of business, said Milin Desai, director, product management, VMware.
In today's environments where data breaches are becoming more commonplace, trusting that sensitive data will remain protected in the cloud is the lynchpin for mass adoption," said Milin Desai, director, product management, VMware.
18), by MILin in its modified version, and by RRE the modified version with the application of restarted reduced rank extrapolation every 4 iterations of Algorithm 2.
Milin, Miodrag (1988), Interferente culturale intre poporul rom an si popoarele din spatiul Iugoslav intre secolele XVII-lea si inceputul secolului al XX-lea.
Seventeen-year-old Nathan Milin, from Castle Vale, was the 75th local trade apprentice.
Califet (Fr) Freedom Cry-Sally's Room (Kendor) Foaled in 1998 and bred by D Milin Stands at Haras du Chne Vert at a fee of EUR3,000 Pedigree Second foal of winning Flat handicapper at 7f to 1m2f; brother to 6f to 1m3f winner Sally's Cry.
Hou also takes on the challenge of addressing communities outside city limits: a pair of Lyon suburbs, infamous sites of past police violence and anti-immigrant attacks, host in situ projects by Bik Van der Pol, Eko Nugroho, and Robert Milin, all of whom have completed local residencies.