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Hoogh•ly

or Hug•li

(ˈhug li)

n.
a river in NE India, in W Bengal: the westernmost channel by which the Ganges enters the Bay of Bengal. 120 mi. (195 km) long.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Rutschmann OT, Cornuz J, Poletti PA, Bridevaux PO, Hugli OW, Qanadli SD, et al .
Hugli et al., "Effectiveness of interventions targeting frequent users of emergency departments: a systematic review," Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Hugli, "Assessing the contribution of color in visual attention," Computer Vision and Image Understanding, vol.
Hugli, "C3a is a chemotaxin for human eosinophils but not for neutrophils.
(30.) Garin N, Genne D, Carballo S, Chuard C, Eich G, Hugli O, et al.
Bodenmann P, Velonaki VS, Ruggeri O, Hugli O, Burnand B, Wasserfallen JB, et al.
[2] Whereas in rural Hugli district 5.8% of males and 5.3% of females fall into the category.
(21.) Walthers, S., Hofle, O., Federspiel, A., Horn, H., Hugli, S., Wiest, R., Strik, W.
Hugli, "Leukotriene C4 production by murine mast cells: evidence of a role for extracellular leukotriene A4," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.