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Kanin

(kä`nyĭn), peninsula, N European Russia, projecting into the Barents Sea between the White Sea (in the west) and Chesha (Cheshskaya) Bay (in the east). Its northernmost cape is called Kanin Nos. The native Nenets (Samoyed) people engage in fishing, hunting, and reindeer raising.
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Bu calismada, kan kulturunun pozitiflesmesi olasiligini artiran hastaya ait faktorlerle birlikte, ureyen mikroorganizmalarin dagilimlarinin degerlendirilmesi ve kanin alindigi sirada antibiyotik kullanimi, kanin alindigi yer, kan orneklerinin alinma sikligi, kultur sisesine inokule edilen kan miktari ve kulturlerin inkubasyon suresi gibi faktorlerin kan kulturunun pozitiflesmesi uzerine etkilerinin ortaya konmasi amaclanmistir.
According to a follow up briefing by Fay Kanin that appeared in Variety and the Los Angeles Times, the demand in Beijing to see the films was so enormous - with people queuing up for tickets at 4 a.m.
Billie Dawn and Harry Brock come up against the Washington political world in this timeless Garson Kanin comedy, running in rotating rep through April 15 at Asolo Rep.
Agiz ici muayenesinde sol tarafta dissel Sinif I kanin ve Sinif II molar iliskisi oldugu, sag tarafta ise Sinif II kanin ve molar iliskisinin mevcut oldugu tespit edildi.
Bu makalenin amaci 11 yasinda erkek cocukta mandibular kanin ve premolar disleri etkileyen dentigeroz kist olgusunu bildirmektir.
Max Kanin, a political attorney who's worked on several Democratic campaigns, including Clinton's in 2008, said it's not entirely altruistic, but political donors in LA aren't as overly strategic as they are elsewhere.
Fans of Hocking's novels will appreciate this final installment of The Kanin Chronicles and will be pleased to read how the plotlines involving their favorite characters end up.
The diva is also a jolly good sport for her enthusiastic send-up of diva-dom in Broadway's "Living on Love." Joe DiPietro's comedy is an airy adaptation of "Peccadillo," Garson Kanin's 1985 spoof of a famed soprano and her temperamental husband (call him "Maestro") played by Douglas Sills, who separately hire ghostwriters (a boy for her, a girl for him) to pen their memoirs.
While his bibliography is not exhaustive--even omitting monumental books like Lehman Engel's The American Musical Theater (New York: MacMillan, 1967)--Mordden offers an insightful overview of the literature, and highlights many lesser-known titles, especially memoirs like Garson Kanin's Smash, a novel about the making of Funny Girl (New York: Viking, 1980).
The following lamp styles are included in the expanded recall: BILEN, FLABB, KUSLIG, LJUSNING, MINNEN, MINNEN FACKLA, MYS HJARTLIG, MYS KANIN, MYS MANE, MYS RIVIG, PIFFIG, SEGLATS, SKOJIG, SMILA BAGGE, SMILA BLOMMA, SMILA HJARTA, SMILA MANE, SMILA SNACKA, SMILA STJARNA, SMILA SJOHAST, SMULTRON GRODA, SMYG, SNOIG, STOJA, SUSSA, TASSA, and TASSA NATT.
The dead were identified as Chirag, 44, Zeenat Saleem, 38, Mz Saleem, 13, Sarah Fatima, 6, Kanin Haider, 2, and Zahid Latif, 22.