Ethenic

E`then´ic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, derived from. or resembling, ethene or ethylene; as, ethenic ether.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is best suited for the modern workspace and doesn't really blend well with ethenic or more traditional India decor.
He said but this time Sindhis and Muhajirs both will not vote for those who talk of ethenic politics instead Sindhi and Urdu speaking people will vote for those nationalista who keep interests of Sindh first.
In India, fermented products such as Dahi (curd), Mishti Doi (sweetened curd), Shrikhand, Lassi and Chhach or Mohi (buttermilk), Chhurpi, Somar, Philu and Shyow are the known ethenic fermented products (Dewan and Tamang, 2007).
Provincial pavillions, ethenic foods, children's activities, crafts, folks music and folk dances would be performed by the arts from across the country.
Craftstages.com has largest collection of Indian Jewellery, Handbags , designer Sarees, Ethenic Salwar suits and handicrafts.
Renal artery variations having great disparity from 11% to 61% were found in different social ethenic and racial differences were also observed.
SWAN: A multicentre, multi ethenic community based cohort study of women and the menopausal transition.
An MP and leader of Hizb-I-Wahdat Afghanistan, Haji Mohammad Mohaqqiq in his address to the gathering said that President Hamid Karzai during his rule had removed the hatred among different ethenic groups who in the past were fighting against each others.
The Rais of Eastern Nepal: Ethenic and Linguistic Grouping (edited & provided with an introduction by Wemer Winter) Kathmandu: LSN & CNAS, Tribhuvan University.
Another theme, Native Retreat, signals a new direction in ethenic: jewel tones.
The reason for variation in prevalence could be due to low sensitivity of diagnostic tests, age group of patients, ethenic difference and socioeconomic status of the patients.