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hy·la

(hī'lă),
A lateral extension of the cerebral (or sylvian) aqueduct.
[G. hylē, wood]

hyla

(hī′lă)
A lateral extension of the aqueductus cerebri.
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According to Pradman Kaul, chairman and CEO of Hughes, this agreement is a win-win relationship as Avanti will break into the market with the combined advantages of HYLAS and Hughes' Ka-band satellite networking technology, while Hughes will be able to expand its managed service offerings throughout Europe.
With HYLAs In-store Device Trade Platform, retailers benefit from device data clearing that helps to ensure customers information privacy, and enables device diagnostics, value assessment and real time pricing said Dave Ronis, HYLAs SVP of Sales and Customer Operations.
Part of the HYLAS 4 capacity will offer growth for Avanti s existing markets and the balance should be available for initiating service to new coverage areas.
Avanti Communications Group plc, a provider of satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa ("EMEA"), has announced its HYLAS 4 satellite has arrived safely in French Guiana ahead of its March 2018 launch, the company said.
Avanti Communications Group plc (Avanti), a leading provider of satellite data communication services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), has agreed a partnership with Global Partnership for Education (GPE), an international organisation which ensures children across developing countries have access to quality education, and has pledged to deliver satellite broadband via its new High Throughput Ka-band Satellite, HYLAS 4, to 1,000 rural schools across Africa.
I wonder why that is Harry Singleton, Ashton-Under-Lyne Wrong to remove art TO have removed Waterhouse's painting Hylas and the Nymphs (1896) from Manchester Art Gallery was an act of censorship and a cheap publicity stunt, unintelligent and unworthy of a fine gallery.
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As it opens the boy, Hylas, and the goddess's daughter Pirra are back in his home area together with their indispensible assistants Havoc the lion and Echo the hawk.
Also Simon Goldhill, writing on Victorian reception of the Classics has discussed Waterhouse's painting Hylas and the Nymphs (1896) (Goldhill, 2011 p.
Con sus carcajadas, tanto Hylas como el esclavo tesalio experimentan una sensacion de victoria.
Heerink shows how Hellenistic and Roman poets used the story of Hylas as a vehicle to express their ideas about poetry and to react to those of others.