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Fyn

 (fĭn, fün)
An island of south-central Denmark west of Sjaelland. Its chief products are dairy goods and cereals.

Fyn

(Danish fyːn)
n
(Placename) the Danish name for Funen

Fyn

(fün)

n.
an island of Denmark, between Jutland and Zealand. 446,233; 1149 sq. mi. (2975 sq. km). German, Fünen.
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Die eerlike, oop manier van vertel, die fyn bewuswees van emosionele nuanses en ironiee, verleen aan hierdie verhaal 'n eg klassieke karakter.
Por tanto, en el presente estudio se evaluo el efecto del 17 [beta]-estradiol sobre la expresion de Fyn y la interaccion de Tau con esta y otras proteinas como GSK3[beta]-ptyr relacionadas con la hiperfosforilacion de Tau y su potencial correlacion en un modelo de toxicidad por [beta]-amiloide.
Roy paid mechanic Kevin Thomas pounds 80 for a side panel, mudguard and tank float for his Fyn 250 Cruiser.
mDab1, when tyrosine phosphorylated, binds to the SH2 domain of Src, Abl and Fyn.
Chemically diverse toxicants converge on Fyn and c-Cbl to disrupt precursor cell function.
Hy was 'n leermeester wat die fyn balans tussen teorie en praktyk tot 'n kuns bemeester het.
I've been very influenced by Nabokov," he wrote as Fyn Day, the name he adopted as an author and one of a string of aliases.
Gronlykke has used Fyn dialect to great effect in Fisketyven, creating a memorable portrait of a small community in an isolated corner of a country at peace with itself and with the larger world.
Die fyn uitbou van karakters, in binere opposisie teenoor mekaar in verskillende verhoudinge, soos kunstenaar teenoor model, man teenoor vrou, vriend teenoor vriend, ma teenoor dogter en seun, en jong wit meise teenoor swart meisie, is soos in haar vorige twee romans nie alleen die spilpunt nie, maar inderdaad hier ook 'n groot pluspunt.
They analyzed prescription records for antidiabetic drugs in Fyn County, Denmark (population 470,000), between 1993 and 1999 (Lancet 362[9383]:537-38, 2003).
Black Linn, Loch Fyn and three other sites - Greenland one, two and three - in the Kilpatrick hills, also come with land and fishing rights.
The ordered modular ranks of the small technological and business institution, designed by Knud Holscher working with Alan Tye, contrasted with the tranquil green countryside of Fyn, the still largely pastoral island between Sealand and Jutland.