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Bar·kan

(bar'kăn),
Otto, U.S. ophthalmologist, 1887-1958. See: Barkan membrane, Barkan operation.
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The guests from Azerbaijan were warmly received by the mayor of Afula, Yitzhak Miron, the vice mayor, Mikhail Barkan and the general director of the municipal Economic Company Tom Hadad in the mayor's office.
The sale of the Barkan factory is in line with the decision by Avgol's board eventually to concentrate the company's Israeli production activity in its new factory in Dimona, Israel.
Among the 700 employees at Boston-based Barkan are eight who have a disability, including a deaf woman and a woman with Asperger's Syndrome.
Vision Properties was represented by Barkan, Pat Murphy and Robert Norton of CBRE Group Inc.
The video was translated and subtitled by activist Ronnie Barkan.
It's an interesting business problem," said Barkan.
Fahad Barkan, spokesman of the ministry, said traffic courts would be set up in Riyadh, Jeddah, Makkah, Dammam and Madinah, while other areas would have cases heard in general courts.
With only six weeks to prep --half the usual time--head animal trainer Dawn Barkan had to transform the trio from farm pets to city cats by desensitizing them to New York's discordant sounds and acclimating them (using garlic chicken treats) to the unfamiliar environments.
Dubai: Africa is becoming an attractive market for mall developers and grocery retailers, according to Irwin Barkan, CEO at BG International.
Shopping centres and retailers will have to spend more money on security," Irwin Barkan, CEO of African mall developer BGI, said in a phone interview from Ghana where he is based.
Even within Israel, Jews and Arabs never interact," explains David Barkan.