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Abiram

(əbī`rəm), in the Bible. 1 Reubenite who died with his brother DathanDathan
, in the Bible, Reubenite who, with his brother Abiram and with Korah, was consumed by fire from heaven.
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. 2 Son of a rebuilder of Jericho, associated obscurely with its foundations.
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NYSE: MBLY), the global leader in the development of vision and data analysis for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and autonomous driving, today announced that Ziv Aviram, the Company's co-founder, President and CEO, is scheduled to present at the Citi 2015 Global Technology Conference in New York City on Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 11:45 a.
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The deployment of our millionth device is a major milestone in Mobileye's development and growth, and speaks to the strength of our partnership with STMicroelectronics," said Ziv Aviram, CEO of Mobileye.
Professor Michael Aviram led the research at the Rambam Medical Centre in Haifa, Israel, which discovered that the fruit could help cut levels of harmful fat in blood.
See generally Amitai Aviram, Bias Arbitrage, 64 Wash.