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fleg

(flɛɡ)
n
a scare; a frighta blow; a stroke
vb
to run away; to fleeto scare or frighten
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Actually, hypertension nearly affects two-thirds of geriatric people and is a main risk factor for many cardiac diseases (Fleg et al.
He was listed as a director and vice-president of a firm owned by his father, Franco Macri, called Fleg Trading Ltd., which was registered in the Bahamas between 1998 and 2009.
[41.] Fletcher GF, Balady GJ, Amsterdam EA, Chaitman B, Eckel R, Fleg J, Froelicher VF, Leon AS, Pina IL, Rodney R, Simons-Morton DA, Williams MA, Bazzarre T Exercise standards for testing and training: A statement for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association.
Fleg, "Normative aging changes in cardiovascular structure and function," The American Journal of Geriatric Cardiology, vol.
The 'Forest Law Enforcement and Governance' (FLEG) programme continued to provide support in formulating and implementing forest policy and legislation, and on capacity building and raising awareness.
This is in line with research by Dolezal & Potteiger (1998) and Lemmer, Ivey, Ryan, Martel, Huribut, Metter, Fozard, Fleg and Hurley (2001).
Esto concuerda con los hallazgos de estudios previos realizados con adultos mayores fisicamente activos (Correa Bautista et al.; Vidarte Claros et al.), en donde se demostro el efecto positivo de la practica regular de ejercicio fisico sobre la fuerza de miembros inferiores y superiores (Lovell et al., 2010) sobre el equilibrio (Tiedermann et al., 2013) y sobre la resistencia aerobica (Fleg, 2012), lo cual impactaria favorablemente sobre su independencia funcional (Young & Skelton).
Fleg (2005) showed that sport activity has anti-inflammatory effect & also showed that 6 months regular exercises caused to the decreasing cytokines; TNF & IL1 [4].
Among their topics are French Jewish identity 1898-1931 and the story of Edmond Fleg, the emptiness of European identity and the discourse on Turkish membership in the European Union, transatlantic urbanism in Heller's Catch-22, the ruins of memory in Miron Bialoszewski's A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising, pelagic encounters of otherness in contemporary Italian cinema, and Canadian performance at the 1936 Nazi Olympic Games and the notion of cultural translation.
Pop-Busui R, Evans GW, Gerstein HC, Fonseca V, Fleg JL, Hoogwerf BJ, et al; Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes Study Group.