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cyclus

(ˈsaɪkləs)
n
obsolete a cycle
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Rus [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], -ar, -oe 'cyclic' [left arrow] uukn 'cycle' (from Late Lat cyclus [left arrow] Greek kyklos)
Correlation between estradiol and clinical psychopathology in schizophrenic women through the menstrual cyclus.
All tests were performed on the Cyclus 2 bicycle ergometer (RBM, Leipzig).
Indarto, Drying and Wetting Cyclus against Foundation Failure, Proceedings of HATTI Seminar, Bandung, 2008.
Die griechischen Tragodien mit Rucksicht auf den epischen Cyclus geordnet, vol.
The points which should be noted in the history including the onset, frequency, variability during the day, distribution, relation with the environment of the findings, presence of angioedema, presence of triggering factors (cold, hot, pressure, vibration, sun, stress, water), familial tendency, problems related to the gastrointestinal system (gastritis, ulcer, dispepsia), placement of a permanent foreign body related to the teeth or following any surgical procedure, drug usage (nonsteroid antiinflammatory drugs, antibiotics, laxatives, rectal drugs), nutritional history, exposure to smoking, relation with menstrual cyclus, relation with movement and stress, response to previous treatments and treatment period should be interrogated in detail (1,14).
Som barn var det min storste Glaede at hore Eventyr, en stor Deel staae endnu ret levende i min Erindring, og nogle af disse ere kun lidet eller intet bekjendte; jeg har her gjenfortalt et, og dersom jeg seer det optaget med Bifald, vil jeg saaledes behandle flere, og engang levere en Cyclus af danske Folke-Eventyr.
CYCLUS, the portable power generator, will allow you to recharge your gadgets without having a negative impact on the environment.
Activities included face painting, street theatre with Bo the Clown's Cyclus Circus and family sculpture workshops
20) The diversity of computus methods available (four different systems by Wilfrid's time) attest to the breadth of learning and the diversity of sources possessed by the Anglo-Saxons; the computus in Anglo-Saxon England was influenced not only by imported continental sources but by the astronomical observations of Aldhehn in Cyclus Aldhelmi de cursu lunae and by Bede, who incorporated observational research into the De temporum ratione, composed around 721 and influential throughout the Anglo-Saxon period.
The rats were kept under special conditions and were sheltered in cages, each with 6 rats, at the room temperature (25[degrees]C), supplying with food (Bayramoglu Yem Sanayi, Erzurum, Turkey) and water for 12-hour day and night cyclus.