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Palti

(păl`tī), in the Bible, one of the 12 spies.
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"It's not good coming together and becoming denser… if that density doesn't allow you to be more social and to have meaningful bonds," said architect Itai Palti, based in Britain where the government says loneliness is a major health issue.
"This collaboration reaffirms Ceragon's commitment to continue aggressively developing next generation technologies," said Ira Palti, President & CEO of Ceragon Networks.
The surrenderers were identified as Edwin Manguda Dalimbang, 26; Jay-ar Manguda, 21; Abdila Dalimbang, 22; Adog Dafo, 39; Dante Digan, 22; Inta Ugba, 38; Tensyong Dafo, 32; Palti Dafu, 36; and Rot Damasio, 39, all residents of Barangay Midtungok, Senator Ninoy Aquino town.
In 2004, Kirson and Palti et al., hypothesized that alternating electric fields at the right frequencies would disrupt mitotic activity in cancer cells.1 In 2007, they described the safety and efficacy of alternating electric fields of low intensity and intermediate frequencies on dividing cells in vitro and in vivo.
Palti Marulitua Sitorus (Reviewer and Chairperson of the LPPM Communication Forum), Dr.
Tamir Hainman and the defense ministry's senior security adviser Zohar Palti. Those talks were more pressing than ever, given the Iranian/Hizbullah rapid advance on the Quneitra region just ahead of his arrival in Moscow.
"We are beginning 2018 with a strong quarter in all respects," said Ira Palti, president and CEO of Ceragon.
El Dossier se inicia con un ensayo de Elias Palti, El topico de "los origenes ideologicos" de las revoluciones de independencia como problema, que durante mucho tiempo constituyo uno de los temas centrales en la historia de las ideas y del pensamiento latinoamericano.