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- proper n. A city in Israel that later merged with Jaffa to form Tel Aviv-Yafo.
- proper n. The municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
- proper n. The center of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
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- n. the largest city and financial center of Israel; located in western Israel on the Mediterranean
On the trade side, I am giving the keynote address at an Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce meeting in Tel Aviv and will meet the Israeli Minister for Communications Limor
A little more than twenty-four hours after Barak’s victory, Greenberg and I had met with the prime minister-elect in the wee hours before we left for the Tel Aviv Airport.
I benefited from the expert opinions of Professor Michael Reimer of the American University at Cairo; Professor Ehud Toledano of Tel Aviv University; Professor Emad Hemal of Suez University; Dr. C.
Amnon Rubenstein of the Tel Aviv daily Ha'aretz wrote, "The Israelis, on the other hand, will have to learn the art of living in an indefinite state of non-peace."
As we take off from Ben-Gurion Airport outside Tel Aviv on Thursday, July 27, 2006, it is time to take stock.
Tel Aviv incorporated two vital principles of Geddes’s vision.
During the 1930s, émigré German architects such as Richard Kauffman and the great Erich Mendelsohn built Gartenstädte neighborhoods in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.