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OLIMOptical Line Interface Module
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"We continue to see hundreds of Olim from North America and the UK every year choose to build their lives in that area.
Jewish Agency programming for Ethiopian olim touches all facets of their lives.
(Olim Aid International 2011) (5) Henry became involved with OAI, working with urban poor in Port Moresby.
Facing page: United's Dan Gosling skips over a sliding tackle by Luis Olim
Olim Technologies Group on Wednesday announced it has launched TIM (Track, Intervene, Measure).
Jennifer Gorovitz, chief executive of San Francisco-based Jewish Community, and Akiva Tor, Consul General of Israel to the Pacific Northwest, spoke during the main ceremony and gave presents to the new Olim, including a family of six from Oakland.
Olim Technologies Group, a Data Dimensions Company and provider of enterprise content management solutions and managed services, said today that it has updated its website at http://www.olimtech.com.
Uzbekistan, who looked sharper in attack, fin-ally got a goal in the 45th minute when Olim Novkarov was held back by Hwang Jae-won and veteran Alexander Geynrikh first cheekily chipped in the penalty but was asked to re-take the kick.
In his article "Don't Be a Freier!" (September/October 2010), Ben Sales implies that olim from the former USSR learned the term freier from sabras.This is a mistake.
The scene begins with a policeman, Olim, writing up his report on a robbery at a grocery store.
At the same time, the overwhelming majority of Russian Olim have undergone 'social conversion' into Israeli 'civil religion' - merely by the fact of their being law-abiding, tax-paying citizens, speaking Hebrew (to some extent at least), serving in the military, and contributing to every aspect of economy and social life in the country (Leshem, 2009; Cohen and Susser, 2009).