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Jaffa

A popular British term for a sterile male. The name derives from Jaffa oranges which are popularly regarded as seedless.
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Jewish immigrants quickly took their places and in 1950, the Tel Aviv municipality swallowed Jaffa, renaming it Yafo.
When we reached the city of Yafo (Tel Aviv had just been founded), night fell on us.
CDATA[ Councilman warns that a battle over street names in Yafo is part of an effort to upset coexistence, undermine Israeli character of area.
Bloom was President and CEO of The Bloom Agency, a Washington, DC firm, whose clients included iReadyWorld, Lightscape Networks, Yafo Networks, Racal Recorders, Washingtonpost.
A video making the rounds online Saturday night shows how Arab citizens of Israel living in Yafo, the mixed Arab and Jewish coastal suburb just south of Tel Aviv, earlier in the day held a massive car convoy waving the flags of a radical pro-terror movement.
He has held key founding stage positions in two optical communications startups, Licom Technologies, and Yafo Networks where he was Head of Optics.
Henry Yaffe, founder and chairman of Yafo Networks, will speak in a panel discussion at the "40 Gbits/s Forum", sponsored by WDM Solutions Magazine, on the real-world challenges service providers and systems vendors face in deploying ultra-high-speed 40 Gbps networks.
It s exciting to work for a forward-thinking municipality like Tel Aviv Yafo that takes advantage of advanced technology to provide its residents and visitors with high quality infrastructure that can also reduce costs.
Sumitomo Electric Lightwave, Terraworx, TIA B2B, Unisphere Networks and Yafo Networks.
The text alongside the map on the chalkboard reads "Akko, Haifa, Yafo, Ramle, Tzfat, Beit Shean, were and will remain Palestinian cities.
Other ADC Ventures optics investments include YAFO Networks and Optical Switch Corporation.