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Muş

(mo͞osh), city (1990 pop. 44,019), capital of Muş prov., E Turkey. It is in a region with many vineyards. Founded c.400 B.C., it was an important town of Armenia. Called Tarun by the Arabs, Muş was captured by the Seljuk Turks, the Mongols, and Timur before being annexed by the Ottoman Empire in 1515.
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As the IDRs of MUS (USA) are equalized with those of MUAH, MUS (USA)'s ratings would be driven by changes in MUAH's ability or propensity to support MUS (USA) including due to changes in ownership or Fitch's view of MUS (USA)'s importance to the group.
In particular, the Mus musculus was separated from the samples of mound-building mice along function 1.
We captured 1571 samples which belonged to the following 6 species Nesokia indica, Mus musculus, Mus budooga, Tatera indica, Millardia meltada and Golunda ellioti trapped over 3840 trap nights (Table II).
In this paper, we investigate GA-based CSS to defend against SSDF attack of MUs to reduce the probability of misdetection and false alarm, which results in an overall reduction in the probability of errors.
The year 2017 is turning out to be a banner season for Daquigan and the Mus Mini Malaysian Job x MohSpeed Racing Team.
One of the PKK elements was neutralized in Mus was, Anadolu Agency (AA) reported.
Midurethral slings (MUS) and transvaginal mesh procedures are innovative and effective ways to treat stress urinary incontinence (SUI) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
Therefore, MNOs need to find novel methods to address this current urgent problem, and mobile data offloading appears to be an effective method by utilizing WiFi, femtocell or other access points to offload part of the data traffic generated by mobile users (MUs) in the cellular network.
In this study, we adopted the intersegmental dynamics approach to break down the net joint torque (NET) of a gait during maximum-velocity sprint running into the MUS, MDT generated by movement, contact torques (EXF) generated by ground reaction force (GRF), and gravitational torques (GRA) [7, 25, 26].
noted that the family physicians and internists in their study probably missed diagnosing the majority of patients with depression and anxiety because detection rates were much smaller than those reported in studies examining occult depression and anxiety in patients with MUS. The researchers also looked at diagnostic rates of depression and anxiety among pediatricians and gynecologists and found even lower detection.
With history dating back to 1884, MUS is one of the UK's providers of infrastructure services to utilities, operating in the electricity, gas, water and telecommunication sectors.
Due to the difficulty in conclusively identifying patients with MUS, diagnostic criteria have been developed, such as that of Smith and Dwamena (7), the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders in Primary Care (DSM-IV-PC) (1), Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) (8), the criteria by Steven Reid et al.