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holon (hōˑ·ln),

n in Greek philosophy, both the individual and the universe. Used in functional medicine to describe the holistic concept of health in which the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual aspects are all essential for health.
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The fire broke out last week, barely a month after the 304-ha Lake Holon was reopened to visitors.
Some of the issues mentioned in the article are part of ongoing research conducted at the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel by Shaked, Nissim Harel, and their graduating students.
He added that one of the highlights of the festivities that will culminate on March 16 is the tribal fun climb to the scenic Lake Holon in Barangay Salacafe.
Hazan was buried Sunday afternoon at the Holon military cemetery.
There is no doubt that the settlements should be dismantled right now without waiting for negotiations," the minister said at a cultural gathering in Holon, a city near Tel Aviv.
La familia puede estudiarse a traves de sus holones o subsistemas: holon conyugal (ambos padres), holon fraterno (hermanos), asi como otras posibles organizaciones entre generaciones.
A newborn baby who was hospitalized in serious condition at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon, Israel, from complications following a rite of circumcision, passed away on Friday.
The other Samaritans, looking to ease their economic hardship, had already resettled over previous decades in Holon, a suburb of Tel Aviv.
Projectile debris set fire to a car in Holon, south of Tel Aviv, causing no injuries, police said.
Moshe Silman, who died Friday after self-immolating a week before in Tel Aviv, was buried in Holon.
The art pieces will be exhibited at the Holon Design Museum, one of the leading museums for design and contemporary culture, on May 30th.