Temin


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Tem·in

 (tĕm′ĭn), Howard Martin 1934-1994.
American oncologist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the genetics of tumor-causing viruses, especially for identifying reverse transcriptase.

Tem•in

(ˈtɛm ɪn)

n.
Howard M(artin), 1934–94, U.S. virologist.
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Yogun sigara kullanimi olan hastada madde bagimliligi da olabilecegi dusunulerek tekrar gorusuldugunde; sokaktan temin ettigi "bonzai" isimli maddeyi kullandigi ogrenildi.
Jon Temin, Director of Policy and Research at the Enough Project, said the latest IGAD meeting provides an opportunity for the international community to revitalize its efforts at ending the devastating war in South Sudan.
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The Northern Cyprus Water Supply Project (Turkish: KKTC Su Temin Projesi) is an international water diversion project designed to supply water for drinking and irrigation from southern Turkey to Northern Cyprus via pipeline under Mediterranean Sea.
However, their efforts were not enough for a point as Kieron Spearman, Robert Rudd, Joel Burns (2) and Temin Ullah (2) gave Westgate the points.
James Pina 4 0 8, Kylerr Bucano 0, Matt Russell 0, Tim Flanagan 2 0 6, Antonio Jones 7 11 25, Damani Carter 5 2 13, Matt McLean 0, Everett Ramirez 0, Tasos Filippou 0 2 2, Marco Guzman 0, Andrew Bontemps 0, Valvel Temin 0.
Hence Huey's formative years bracketed those of the pivotal American studio clay years, as writer Christine Temin points out in her Fuller exhibition brochure essay.
Freeman K, Feldman JA, Mitchell P, Donovan J, Dyer KS, Eliseo L, White LF, Temin ES.
David e Temin apontam essa contraditoria atitude diante do trabalho escravo como o que F&E teriam visto como a maior "realizacao" do povo americano negro sob escravidao.