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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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Yukarda da belirtildigi uzere, duktus venozusun daralan distal ucu kan akimini duzenleyerek normal sartlarda, oksijen saturasyonu yuksek umbilikal venoz kanin %20-30'unun portal venoz dolasimi by-pass ederek proksimal IVK'ya gecmesini saglar.
PRP, tam kanin santrifuju ile elde edilen ve tam kandan daha yuksek platelet konsantrasyonu iceren hucresel plazma komponentidir.
The dead were identified as Chirag, 44, Zeenat Saleem, 38, Mz Saleem, 13, Sarah Fatima, 6, Kanin Haider, 2, and Zahid Latif, 22.
Lillian Hellman, Garson Kanin, Otto Frank himself, and the authors of the play and the movie wanted to give us a deracinated Anne Frank, an adolescent finding her way to maturity, and so they distorted the ugly reality of what happened to her and to the rest of the Jews during the Holocaust, and turned her into some kind of a secular and nonsectarian saint instead.
The film, in fact, is treated often as the least significant of the various projects that involved Gordon and/or Kanin with Cukor.
And Garson Kanin, writing in Newsweek in 1979, a quarter-century after he had directed the first stage production of the play, compared Anne Frank to Peter Pan and the Mona Lisa.
Lillian Hellman, Garson Kanin, Otto Frank himself, and the authors of the play and the movie wanted to give us a deracinated Anne Frank, an adolescent finding her way to maturity, and so they distorted the ugly reality of what happened to her, and to the rest of the Jews during the Holocaust, and turned her into some kind of a secular and non-sectarian saint instead.
Eric Schwartz, a partner with the law firm Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, LLP and founding director of the National Film Preservation Foundation/National Jukebox Project, said that the phrase "orphan works" was coined by National Film Preservation Board chair Fay Kanin and bemoaned the fact that between 80% and 90% of silent films are irretrievably lost.
Kanin hastaya verilmesinden sorumlu olan doktor ve hemiire cok dikkatli olmalidir.
The topics covered in this book include the Polar Census and the architecture of enumeration, the interpretation of Nenets demography in the first third of the 20th century, household structure in the multi-ethnic Barents region, the sustainable landscape and the Arctic fox trade in the European north of Russia 1926-27, the origin of reindeer herding as a sector on the Kanin Peninsula, and subsistence and residence in the Putoran Uplands and Taimyr Lowlands 1926-27.
SKH, kolaylikla taninan, glop butunlugunun bozulmasi, blep icine kanama, skleral delinme gibi kanin goz icine gectigi durumlar disinda siklikla zararsiz bir durumdur.
When CTC mounted Adam's Rib in 2106-an adaptation (from the Ruth Gordon/Garson Kanin screenplay) by Anchorage theatre professor, director and frequent CTC collaborator David Edgecombe--the Witness role was filled by a different woman, a local celebrity, each performance.