Orcin - definition of Orcin by The Free Dictionary
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|n.||1.||(Chem.) A colorless crystalline substance, C6H3.CH3.(OH)2, which is obtained from certain lichens (Roccella, Lecanora, etc.), also from extract of aloes, and artificially from certain derivatives of toluene. It changes readily into orcein.|
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Karakoyun-Celik O, Gorken I, Sahin S, Orcin
E, Alanyali H, Kinay M.
ypek TE-rktan Kaynak won the best actress award for her role in director Ramin Matin's sophomore feature "Kusursuzlar" (The Impeccables), while Serdar Orcin
was named best actor for his portrayal of a Turkish soldier in Alphan EE-eli's debut feature "Eve DE[micro]nE-E-: SarykamyE- 1915" (The Long Way Home).
However, Aras, Orcin
, Ozan, and Semin (2007) found that male university students disapproved of premarital sex for both sexes.