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Romania: see GalaţiGalaţi
or Galatz
, city (1990 pop. 326,139), E Romania, on the lower Danube. It is a regional administrative and economic center and a major inland port, home of the Romanian Danube flotilla. Grain and timber are the chief exports.
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An optimal balance may be required between some immobilisation to protect the repair and some load to promote healing within the tendon (Galatz et al., 2009).
[2.] Williams GR Jr, Yamaguchi K, Ramsey ML, Galatz LM, editors.
M21, the Galil GALATZ sniper rifle was introduced although nothing more than a modified Galil semiautomatic-only caliber 7.62x51mm NATO ARM.
When doubts were raised regarding the up-river stocking locations (which, it was feared, could result in only females being produced), half a million eel were transported in 1887 from Rendsburg to Galatz at the head of the Danube Delta (where production of males was expected), a total distance of 1,580 km covered in seven days.
(131.) Jurisdiction of the European Commission of the Danube Between Galatz and Braila, Advisory Opinion, 1927 P.C.I.J.
Galatz LM, Sandell LJ, Rothermich SY, Das R, Mastny A, Havlioglu N, et al.
Rosenberg, who made aliyah in 2006, told Galatz (Israeli Army radio) why she decided to leave the war zone and come home: "It was a difficult decision to leave my friends in the fighting but the many of the dynamics of the war have changed and there is much more Iranian involvement.
[5.] Keener JD, Parson BO, Flatow EL, Rogers K, Williams GR, Galatz LM.
On June 6, Eaker's mission left Poltava, bombing the airfield at Galatz, Romania, on its return to Italy.