manjak

manjak

[′man‚jak]
(materials)
A variety of grahamite, manjak is the blackest of the asphalts; used for insulation and varnishes.
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To je znacajno jer neki smatraju da upravo manjak koncentracije, narusena paznja te izvrsna disfunkcija (14) mogu objasniti i dezorganizirano ponasanje i dezorganiziran govor u shizofreniji (Kuperberg i Caplan 2003: 457); nekoherentan bi diskurs bio posljedica poremecenih izvrsnih funkcija koje utjecu na sposobnost planiranja i upravljanja i ponasanjem i diskursom.
He clarified that other archeological sites in the city such as Tal-al-Asouad, known as the Music Theatre, the western entrance of the city, Fatimid Mosque, the arched corridor, Manjak public bath and the Nabataean lake were all damaged by the systematic terrorist atrocities.
White Palms" cuts between the story of Miklos the child (played by Orion Radies) and Miklos the man (Zoltan Miklos Hajdu), newly transplanted to Calgary where he's handed the unenviable job of coaching a pampered national champion Kyle Manjak (played by Heath Ledger look-alike Kyle Shewfelt), who refuses to train.
The ethnic groups selected for this study were the Wolof, Manding, Fulbe, Laobe, Manjak, Serer and Balante.
Back in Canada, Miklos strikes one of the athletes and, as punishment, he is assigned to coach the moody but immensely talented Kyle Manjak (real-life Olympic medalist Kyle Shewfelt).
Maria Teixeira montre comment le culte anti-sorcellerie de karasa chez les Manjak de Guinee-Bissau et du Senegal est devenu un outil de solidarite et de cohesion sociales.