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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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Uygun K, Kocak Z, Altaner S, Cicin I, Tokatli F, Uzal C: Colonic Metastasis from Carcinoma of the Breast that Mimics a Primary Intestinal Cancer.
Kocak Z, Tabakoglu E, Benian O, Bayir G, Unlu E, Uzal C: Bilateral choroidal metastases as an initial manifestation of small-cell carcinoma of the lung.
UZAL, MARIA ELSA, "La inmunidad de jurisdiccion y ejecucion de Estados extranjeros (El rol del Estado argentino como 'amicus curiae')", La Ley, 13 de mayo de 2003, Buenos Aires, pp.
37) "Cornelio Saavedra al Director Supremo", Villa de Lujan, 21 de marzo de 1819, en agn, Division Nacional, Sala x, Guerra, x-11-2-5; "Francisco de Uzal al Ministro de Estado en el Departamento de la Guerra", Posta de la Canada de Rocha, 27 de noviembre de 1819, en agn, Division Nacional, Sala x, Guerra: Comandantes de Campana y Frontera, x-11-3-3.
ORIHUELA UZAL, Casas y palacios nazaries, Siglos XIII-XV, Barcelona 1996, pp.
Fisher DJ, Fernandez-Miyakawa ME, Sayeed S, Poon R, Adams V, Rood JI, Uzal FA, McClane BA.
Para colaborar en la elaboracion de las normas relativas a DIPr fuimos convocados Marcelo Iniguez, Maria Susana Najurieta, Maria Elsa Uzal y quien suscribe.
Captured at Kings Mountain; the journal of Uzal Johnson, a loyalist surgeon.
Israel's Foreign Ministry said it had summoned the European Union's ambassador to Israel, Ramiro Cibrian Uzal, and told him Israel "strongly rejects" the commission statement of Monday.