ILAN


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ILANImaging of Lightning and Nocturnal Flashes (Israeli science team)
ILANInternal Local Area Network
ILANInteractive Local Area Network
ILANIn-Line Amplifier Node
ILANImplementation of Local Area Network
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A year later Ilan enrolled on a British Wool shearing course, to be tutored by Gareth Lloyd Evans and his brother Gwion Lloyd.
Having resolved some land ownership issues, Hafod submitted a new plan for 35 houses in May with 13 houses having direct access on to Ilan Avenue and the rest would be accessed via a new cul de sac from the link road between Ilan Avenue and Cardiff Road.
Ilan - whose mother was born in Israel - moved to Tel Aviv from his home in Shoreditch, East London, more than five years ago.
A social activist who promoted the education and advancement of youth in Israel, Rona subsequently founded the Ramon Foundation, which "aims to ignite the three essential values which Ilan and Asaf Ramon stood for -- academic excellence, social leadership and groundbreaking courage." In 2016, she was among the torchbearers at the annual Independence Day ceremony on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem.
Ilan, who owns Uncle Frank Productions, said: "We have the annual festival, and we have film screenings every month - and when we do the screenings we usually contact creatives in the area and say 'Oh, do you have anything to do with Braindead, or The Thing, do you want to come along and sell them at our tables?', and there's always two or three artists who have something.
Here, Ilan mentions the important work focused on the experiences of young women (Miller).
Adara Communities, the property management arm of Ilan, will oversee management of both properties, bringing Adara's total number of managed units to approximately 17,000.
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For Ilan, the lure of the competition was initially the offer of a free slap-up meal once a week, but very quickly evolved into an experience he will never forget: "Enterprise by Design offered a unique opportunity for me to not only meet fellow students but to dip my toes in departments not normally linked to my own discipline.
Ilan Pappe (a Senior Lecturer in Political Science at Haifa University and Chair of the Emil Touma Institute for Palestinian Studies, Haifa) is the author of "The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine" (Oneworld, 9781851685554, $17.95, 336pp); "A History of Modern Palestine: One Land, Two Peoples" (Cambridge University Press, 978-0521683159, $34.99, 378pp); and "The Israel/Palestine Question" (Routledge, 978-0415410953, $47.95, 304pp).