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GABA

[′ga·bə or ‚jē‚ā‚bē′ā]
(organic chemistry)
γ-aminobutyric acid
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Gaber dug deep into the world of enchantments and the Egyptian reality which is always portrayed in films as the world of fantasies, representing the golden cinema stars in Disney's most cherished characters.
The work of the committee, Gaber told Telma, is not finding elements over which the two parties would collide but elements that would bring them closer together through the joint history which isn't interpreted in a negative context.
Gaber said the CLC has received nothing but silence from the FEC in response to their initial complaint, prompting them to file the lawsuit.
Sobhy's impudent decision to stand on the ball in showboating fashion provoked the ire of Gaber, who kicked out at his opponent in front of the referee.
Her and Dr Gaber applied a clustering algorithm to 21 years of environmental data from the UK and two countries of comparable population size - France and Italy - to enable trends to become more visible to authorities.
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Car Gaber fait la revue de presse la plus flamboyante de toutes les teles d'Eegypte.
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Its absence encouraged a fundamentalist named Sheikh Gaber to bring the district and its residents under his authority.
Fruit vendor Ashraf Gaber, 30, asked people to express themselves in a few words, then wrote their thoughts on pieces of A4 paper he placed on a stack beside him.
Ambassador Viktor Gaber and journalist Slobodanka Jovanovska are the winners of the state award for publishing and journalism Mito Hadzi Vasilev Jasmin for 2010.
Though Gerges said the reason for the two men's arrest is still unknown, Shaaban's relatives told Abdelfattah that Farag and Shaaban argued with the police about why they were being stopped, and that officers brought both back to the Sidi Gaber police station, where they were beaten.