Diclehan Orhan, Sevim Balei
, Ozgur Deren, Eda Gulen Utine, Ahmet Basaran, Gulsev Kale-Prenatally Diagnosed Lethal Type Larsen-like Syndrome associated with Bifid Tongue-Turkish Journal of Pediatrics 2008.
11 AGBA (a tree) 12 AHAB 13 AIC (Hod ) 14 AID 15 AEBBE (have) 16 ABAFF (abaft--Web2 ) 17 AGAAG (Algeria) 18 AHAH 19 AEDI (blessed) 21 BRA 22 BAHIB (Yemen) 23 BOBAC (a marmot) 24 BEDDED 25 BADDIE 26 BELAF (remained) 27 BELAG (to make to lag) 28 BOCH (botch) 29 BALEI
(Web2 ) 31 COLA 32 CRIB 33 CADMIC (of cadmium) 34 COLD 35 COLE 36 CUFF 37 CLOG 38 CREACH (local soil name) 39 COLI 41 DERMA (skin under epidermis) 42 DALERB (U.
Beksac MS, Balei
S, Guvendag Guven ES, Guven S, Ozkutlu S.
46) Personal observation of Ngaju ritual, 1996; Pascal Couderc, personal communication, 2004; James Jemut Masing, The coming of the Gods: An Iban invocatory chant (Timang Gawai) of the Balei
River region, Sarawak, vol.
8) The MED offers a similar definition under balei (also bales, balys): "a rod or switch for flogging," or, figuratively, "a source of tribulation, scourge.
1259): "Ferens in manu virgam quam vulgariter baleis appellamus," cited in the Middle English Dictionary under balei(s).
The potential for low-sulphidation epithermal gold-(silver) deposits in the Mesozoic rift zones of northeastern Mongolia is shown by the existence of the Balei
district only 180 km from the Mongolian frontier in Transbaikalia, southern Russia.
3 M oz Au) and Balei
(4 M oz Au) deposits within on-strike geologic terrain's on either side of Mongolia indicates the countries vast potential.
Part of the public contract is the reconstruction of sections of streets Masaryk (to limit the reconstruction carried out in the context of changes in the road I/49) and vermova (to start piped stream BalEi
), construction of new routes Palacky Street with a new connection to the street vermova.