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bejel

[′be·jəl]
(medicine)
An infectious nonvenereal treponemal disease occurring principally in children in the Middle East.
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Emilio Bejel por su parte informa que no se sabe si murio en Mexico o en Cuba, pero que en cualquier caso murio en un asilo para enfermos mentales (2001, p.
Bejel uses the broader context of photography's early manifestation in the daguerreotype, as well as the new medium's commercial establishment and cultural currency, to construct a deeper exploration of Marti's ambivalent attitudes toward new technologies and modernity in general.
For Emilio Bejel radical feminism must contain the following traits: "redefinition of the traditional family; a separation of sex, gender, and sexual object; a denunciation of inequality, especially that of class; and a progressive representation of homosexual relations"; see Gay Cuban Nation (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001), 48.
Para Lezama Lima, escribe Emilio Bejel, "las metaforas no son
Serologic tests cannot distinguish between bejel and venereal syphilis.
6) En el libro Escribir en Cuba, Emilio Bejel entrevista a Reina Maria Rodriguez y esta se pronuncia, precisamente, sobre este poema: "Mira, hay en el libro un poema que se llama "Deudas" y es muy sincero; pues me doy cuenta de que a mi misma me marca pautas.
3) Emilio Bejel traces heteronormative discourses in Cuba back to the latter decades of the nineteenth century, to the rise of modernization projects in Latin America, and to the connection then established between the modern nation and the heterosexual family unit.
Libros ya canonicos de Gustavo Perez Firmat, de Emilio Bejel y de Achy Obejas, entre muchisimos otros, prueban el punto; estos, ademas, podrian servir para teorizar aun mas el problema central de su libro.
In an interview with Emilio Bejel in 1979 (Aching 33), Barnet admits he knew very little about African culture because he had been educated in American schools in Cuba and had attended several years of high school in the United States.
However, specific treponemal tests will not differentiate syphilis from nonvenereal treponematoses such as Bejel, Yaws, and Pinta.
Contributions to the LGBT discussion have been made by, among others, Emilio Bejel (2001), Marvin Leiner (1994), Ian Lumsden (1996), and Dwayne Turner (1989).