zigan


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zigan

(zɪˈɡæn)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a Gypsy or someone of Romany descent
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En la investigacion de Zeglat y Zigan (2014) se observan relaciones positivas y significativas entre los diferentes bloques del capital intelectual, en particular, entre el capital humano y el relacional, asi como un efecto tambien positivo y significativo del capital humano, estructural y relacional sobre la creacion de valor, especialmente del capital estructural.
Lazovic and Zigan (11) achieved successful functional results and high survivorship using the B.
Braun 55 (55) 48 Zigan (11) (2006) Aesculup Metha [R]) (range, 30-61) Ghera and Pavan Short (Depuy Proxi- NR (15) 70.
Apres la mort de Bosto-Cham, (16) [6] Zigan Araptam, (17) son Neveu, en devint le Grand Contaisch, C'est le nom, que le peuple donne a ses Souverains.
PARA QUE NO NOZ ZIGAN ACUZANDO DE TRAFICO DE INFLUENZIAZ, VOY A ORGANIZAR UNA CONFERENZIA DE PRENZA EN LOZ PINOZ Y LEZ VOY A PARTIR ZU MANDARINA EN GAJOZ .
One can only hope that discs with such splendid singing as that given to the plaintive Komm, Zigan and the jazzy Kommt mit nach Varasdin (the best known pieces from Mariza) will in future be accompanied with texts and full notes.
1988) (mined land reclamation); Zigan Sand and Gravel, Inc.
11 SAlderholm KJ Zigan M Ragan M Fischlschweiger W Bergman
Zigan, who has worked as a radiologic technologist since 1974, takes the capabilities of MR personally after being diagnosed more than two years ago with multiple sclerosis.
9 Soderholm KJ, Zigan M, Ragan M, Fischlschweiger W, Bergman M.
9 Soderholm K-JM, Zigan M, Ragan M, Fischlschweiger W, Bergman M.