n.1.A fan.
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The arrested suspects and seized pieces of evidence were brought to Bulacan Crime Laboratory Office for appropriate examination, while the cadaver of the slain suspect was brought to Flabel Funeral Parlor in Brgy.
Bevacizumab has recently been used by ophthalmologists in an of flabel use as an intravitreal agent in the treatment of proliferative eye diseases, particularly for choroidal neovascular membrane (CNV) in AMD.
One research project looking into this issue is FLABEL (Food Labelling to Advance Better Education for Life) which receives [euro]2,860,000 in EU-funding.
Researchers from the Food Labelling to Advance Better Education for Life (FLABEL) examined 37,000 products in five potentially unhealthy types of food, including biscuits, chilled ready meals and fizzy drinks.
The three-year Euro 2.8 million Food Labelling to Advance Better Education for Life (FLABEL) aims to determine how nutrition information on food labels
Shareholders: Airbus (69.44%), EADS Casa (20.56%), the Belgian firm Flabel (4.44%) and Turkish Aerospace Industries TAI (5.56%).
If it were not for me, words such as 'flabel', 'protreptic' and 'yonnie' might have seen out the century without once being written.
EADS leads a consortium called Airbus Military building the A400M, which includes TAI of Turkey and FLABEL of Belgium.
(15) An analogue that this author may have known is to be round in Manuscript Harley 22.53, which it shares with the famous "Harley Lyrics" in Middle English and where the scribe (if not the author) gives it the discursive title: "Cy commence le flabel du Jongleur de Ely et de monseigneur le roy d'Engleterre, lequel jongleur dona conseil al roi pur sel amender e son Estat garder" [Here begins the little tale of the Minstrel of Ely and of My Lord the King of England, the minstrel giving counsel to the king on how to reform himself and maintain his State].