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hilum

 [hi´lum] (pl. hi´la) (L.)
a depression or pit at the part of an organ where vessels and nerves enter.

hi·la

(hī'lă),
Plural of hilum.

hila

(hī′lə)
n.
Plural of hilum.

hi·la

(hī'lă)
Plural of hilum.
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Gracias a su definicion se pudo determinarlas principales razones del intento de suicidio, asi mismo, fue posible la creacion de la primera base de datos sobre este fenomeno en el HILA, para su posterior analisis e interpretacion estadistica.
According to the Christians, Muslims from Hila chased them away by destroying their houses and other property, something which is vigorously denied by people interviewed in Hila.
It receives a thrilling edge-of-your-seat performance by Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and Chorus with soprano Hila Plitmann.
Seeds are yellow with yellow hila and dull seed coat luster.
Sharon told Hershkovitz's widow, Hila: "People thought there was a solution that would take one day.
Or eat at the Spoons Restaurant (located at 27 Tura St., 972-2-624-2714), where authentic kosher Mediterranean cuisine is served in the private home of proprietor Hila Solomon and cocktails may be consumed on a patio overlooking the Old City.
Ward, of Middlesex, ranked eighth in Britain, overcame fourth-ranked Lucie Ahl, of Exeter, 6-2, 6-2 and second seed Woodroffe, of Surrey, crushed Israel's Hila Rosen 6-4, 6-2.
Hila-Bana was coined from the Filipino terms 'hilbana,' or temporary stitching, and 'hila,' or pull.
The firm has appointed Hila Ovil-Brener to the position.
Hila Magen graduated in 1991 and did her residency in internal medicine and hematology and in 2004 completed a sub-specialty in common myelomas.
Also, army units killed terrorists and wounded others in Hila, Kafr-Najd, Kafr-Shlaya, Kourin, Failoun, Brouma and Bakfaloun in the province's countryside.