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bi·lin

, biline (bī'lin, -līn),
The chain of four pyrrole residues resulting from the cleavage of one bond of one of the four methylidene residues of the porphin part of a porphyrin; specifically, the unsubstituted tetrapyrrole; bilirubin and biliverdin are bilins.

bilin

(bī′lĭn)
n.
Any of various organic pigments that contain four linearly arranged pyrrole rings.
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We designed the Dealer Network to be as turn-key as possible for the independent retailer who doesn't have a lot of resources," explains Bilin.
A wanted Palestinian terrorist was killed this morning in Bilin during a gunfight with the army while he was in a cave," army spokesman Avichay Adraee tweeted in Arabic.
Dozens of Palestinians and their supporters suffer suffocation in Bilin.
Dr Osama Bilin, a volunteer there, said: "Since Monday this hospital is closed and many dead bodies they are inside.
We in the West Bank village of Bilin are just one part of a coordinated plan for September, when Palestinians will seek statehood from the United Nations.
The Israeli military tore down a watchtower overlooking Bilin on June 29 and protesters rammed a bulldozer into the fence on July 1.
BILIN, Occupied West Bank: Israel began repositioning part of its illegal barrier in the occupied West Bank Sunday, four years after a court ruled it should be re-routed to give Palestinians greater access to farmland.
Bilin is the site of weekly protests against the fence.
Salah Dawabsheh, a Palestinian blogger and social media expert, pointed to Bilin, a West Bank village whose farm fields have been cut off by the Israeli security barrier and has become the site of weekly protests.
of Bilin, but he was acquitted of the more serious charge of rioting and
There were similar altercations at Bilin and Nilin, sites of weekly Palestinian protests against Israel's West Bank "security barrier".
CDATA[ IDF carries out court order to replant olive trees, after relocation of the security fence at Bilin.