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shin

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1. the front part of the lower leg
2. the front edge of the tibia

shin

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the 22nd letter in the Hebrew alphabet (שׁ), transliterated as sh
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Shin graduated from Loma Linda University with his Medical degree and completed his internship at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Chapter 2 places Shin Sangok's female-centric melodramas of the late 1950s alongside other key films of the period, such as the famous Madame Freedom, and contemporaneous visual culture.
He urges Shin to "come to your senses and return to the embrace of the Party," referring to the North's ruling Workers' Party, which Kim Jong Un heads.
In this study, two Adidas[TM] (Predator-AP and Adidas UCL-AC) and one NikeTM (Mercurial-NM) shin guards as well as two custom-made carbon fiber shin guards were tested (Table 1).
Ms Shin suffered severe head injuries and underwent brain surgery at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC).
This current focus on Shin's Kamakura founders, on textual translation, and on modern philosophical explication of Shin insights, has offered students a renewed sense of the depth of Shin thought, but also largely continues the aims and interests of previous scholarship.
After both players parred the par-four 18th eight times on Sunday night before darkness forced them off, they played the 16th hole yesterday and another par four for Shin was this time enough for her to claim victory as Creamer carded a bogey five.
Tianjin Tafeng Rubber (Tianjin City, China), a subsidiary invested by Xiamen Cheng Shin Rubber, mainly manufactures tires for motorcycles and bicycles, with 15,000 motorcycle tires made daily, but is unable to expand plant due to lack of vacant industrial land.
Yutaka Fukuda, deputy head of the zoo, said he is "greatly relieved" to see Shin Shin taking easily to the role of mother.
THE TOPIC: Until he was an adult, Shin Dong-hyuk knew nothing of the world outside his horrifying existence in North Korea's labor camps.
Shin, while still passionate about the territorial dispute, he seems even more excited to talk about the daily experiences he has had meeting, talking with, getting help from and staying with Americans.
In the end, hoping that he would gain some reward for being a "snitch," Shin informed on his own mother and brother when they sought to escape the camp.