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Uzal

(yo͞o`zăl), in the Bible, descendant of Shem whose clan settled in S Arabia. It is also called Javan.
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(7.) Ustun F, Durmus-Altun G, Altaner S, Tuncbilek N, Uzal C, Berkarda S.
perfringens type C, which is associated with necrotic enteritis in neonatal calves (UZAL et al., 2015), were not detected in the present report.
Si los Estados no comparten esos principios, ese derecho extranjero encontrara, como clausula general de reserva, dichos valores fundamentales que funcionan como una barrera a la aplicacion del derecho extranjero (Uzal, 2015).
Grinblat, G., Uzal, L., Larese, M., & Granitto, P (2016).
Previous authors reported that farmer's age, educational degree, and number of animals in cattle breeding enterprises in Turkey were prominent factors in cattle breeding (Uzal and Ugurlu, 2006; Han and Bakir, 2009; Aydin, 2011; Aksoy and Yavuz, 2012; Er and Ozcelik, 2016).
Instantly we're transported to 1905 and the small Russian village where Tevye lives in near poverty with his wife Golde (the potent, understated Maite Uzal) and their five daughters.
NEW YORK: Fiduciary Trust Company International announced that Noah Uzal has joined the firm as a wealth director in its New York office.
Uzal and Puschner (2008) observed similar finding of gross lesion of tumor in goat, that was roughly oval, measured 30 cm by 25 cm, weighed approximately 2 kg.
Natural zeolite also prevents the undesirable expansions resulting from sulfate attack and alkali aggregate reaction (Janotka and Stevula, 1998; Uzal et al., 2003).
Uzal, "Colonic metastasis from carcinoma of the breast that mimicks a primary intestinal cancer," Yonsei Medical Journal, vol.
Uzal, "Brain lesions associated with Clostridium perfringens type D epsilon toxin in a Holstein heifer calf," Veterinary Pathology, vol.