Rezin

Rezin

(rē`zĭn), in the Bible. 1 Syrian king who was defeated and killed by the Assyrian king Tiglathpileser. 2 Family that returned from the Exile.
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(27.) Barg M, Rezin GT, Leffa DD, Balbinot F, Gomes LM, Carvalho-Silva M, et al.
"Illinois is now a leader with New York in helping its grid move forward and evolve in the 21st Century," says Illinois Senator Sue Rezin (R).
28:16-21, where instead of Assyria acting as Ahaz's deliverer from the siege of Pekah and Rezin (cf.
Vakum kullanimi ile fiksasyonun etkinligi gelistirilmis, immun-isaretleme ve rezin infiltrasyonu icin gereken sure kisaltilmistir (23).
(3.) Gubert C, Stertz L, Pfaffenseller B, Panizzutti BS, Rezin GT Massuda R, Streck EL, Gama CS, Kapczinski F, Kunz M.
On the primary cazt 2 zetz of upper and 1ower special trays were fabricated using autopolymerising rezin (DPI-RR co1d cure, Denta1 Productz of India, The Bombay Burmah trading corporation Ltd).
Sue Rezin was also instrumental in advocating the development of this new degree program.
Tracing its roots to 2005, MMS will continue to be 19.9%-owned by its founders and senior management team of president Phil Rezin, chief operating officer Steve Wilson, and Chief Scientist Mike Horn.