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dinic

(ˈdɪnɪk)
n
a medicine for vertigo
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La Orquesta del Palacio de Bellas Artes sono otra vez bastante bien, bajo la direccion de su titular, el ya conocido y reconocido gran musico serbio Srba Dinic que bien supo resaltar los muchos momentos de extrema belleza con que cuenta esta partitura plena de lirismo y musicalidad.
CXCL12 protects pancreatic [beta]-cells from oxidative stress by a Nrf2-induced increase in catalase expression and activity Svetlana DINIC, Nevena GRDOVIC, Aleksandra USKOKOVIC, Milos DORDEVIC, Mirjana MIHAILOVIC, Jelena Arambasic JOVANOVIC, Goran POZNANOVIC and Melita VIDAKOVIC Communicated by Shigetada NAKANISHI, M.
pdf; (accessed December 22, 2015); Milan Dinic, "Majority See Migration as Threat to EU" (London: YouGov.
Those of us in charge of training medical students and residents emphasize this principle every day at the bedside and in the dinic.
Arambasic J, Mihailovic M, Uskokovic A, Dinic S, Grdovic N, Markovic J, et al.
From bench to dinic with apoptosis-based therapeutic agents.
During the patient's stay, staff members are scheduling follow-up appointments at a mental health dinic, finding slots in a drug rehab program, or locating a bed in a board-and-care facility.
In his perceptive piece "Poet on the Border Between Two Worlds," Dinic describes Mihailovich's poetry as "luminous.
Therefore in our dinic, it is our standard approach to continue treatment in patients who are dependent on a typical high-potency antipsychotic, such as haloperidol, fluphenazine hydrochloride (Prolixin, Permitil), or trifluoperazine (Stelazine), or a midpotency antipsychotic.
Table 2 JAPANESE AUTOMOTIVE NONWOVEN PRODUCTION CLASSIFIED BY MANUFACTURER (thousand square meters) Manufacturer Production Otsuka 12,000 Japan Vilene 10,500 Sunchemical 10,200 Toyobo 9600 Nishikawa Rose 3800 Dinic 3400 Fuji Corporation 1200 Kanai Juyo Kogyo 650 Others 6950 Total 58,300