Kallai

Kallai

(kəlā`ī), in the Bible, priest of Joiakim.
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Indonesian strawweight Adrian Matehis (4-3) submitted Eddey Kallai (0-3) with a rear-naked choke at the 4:15 mark of the first round to keep his Malaysian foe winless in the promotion.
Kallai et al., "Screening mild and major neurocognitive disorders in Parkinson's disease," Behavioural Neurology, vol.
Kallai writes on "Biblical Narrative and Historical Method" (pp.
Kallai et al., "PTH promotes allograft integration in a calvarial bone defect," Molecular Pharmaceutics, vol.
Finalmente, la investigacion del valor de posicion parece orientarse actualmente en una nueva direccion, que intenta develar como ocurre el procesamiento numerico de este principio en nume rales multidigitos (ver Kallai & Tzelgov, 2012; Kracjcsi & Szabo, 2012).
Kallai Aboosabil receiving the award for 'Qatar's Leading Car Rental Company' on behalf of Regency Fleets, part of Regency Group Holding, during this year's World Travel Awards ceremony in Dubai.
The authors thank Katalin Szabo for her tear sampling and photo documentation, Szilvia Peto for her technical assistance, and Lilla Kallai for language editing.
of Delaware, 1995), 78-79; and "Prolegomena to the Study of Biomorphic Modernism: Biocentrism, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy's 'New Vision' and Erno Kallai's Bioromantik." PhD diss., Univ.
(16) Daniel Daianu (coord.), Ella Viktoria Kallai, Laurian Lungu, Adoptarea Pactului Euro Plus: implicapi asupra politicii fiscale a Romdniei, Institutul European din Romania, Bucuresti, 2012, p.
Refai Kallai, managing director at Asaq Al Khaleej Engineering Resources in Abu Dhabi, said he will wait and watch the rupee's movement before making any decision on remitting funds to India.