Hiel


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Hiel

(hī`ĕl), in the Bible, rebuilder of Jericho.
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Hiel, who has a master's degree in Arab studies from Georgetown University, says she has received ample feedback from readers on her articles from Afghanistan.
As Pawlet (77) historian Hiel Hollister eloquently observed in 1867, "[n]ext to providing themselves a shelter and the most common necessaries of life, our fathers, true to the institutions in which they had been reared, directed their attention to the interests of education." (78) The founders at Windsor granted every Vermonter a constitutional right to education.
The shrinking size of electronic devices is also leading to a shift away from encapsulation and towards conformal coatings for some applications, according to Lord Corporation's global marketing manager John Hiel.
Their tries came from flanker Matt Kember and wing Frank Hiel while Matt Birch kicked four penalties and a conversion.
Van Hiel says that the costs have become so prohibitive that more and more businesses, not just foundries, are moving out of the Golden State.