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Karle


n.
Jerome, born 1918, U.S. chemist: Nobel prize 1985.
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Dr Meena Sadip Karle, paediatrics specialist, Aster Hospital, Qusais, said: "Breast milk has hormones and the right amount of protein, sugar, fat and most vitamins to help your baby grow and develop.
"Unless the platform is actually a co-creator of the content, it's simply distributing," Stuart Karle, former general counsel for The Wall Street Journal and the former CFO of Reuters News, told The Post.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Oct 23 (NewsVoir): Karle Infra Pvt.
The following are the winners, in the order of first, second and third prizes, respectively: Non-vegetarian category - Shaguftha Zahir Panwala, Ismath Beevi Najimudeen and Karle Haven P Reyes.
Their topics include the appropriation of the goddess into the Puranic narrative: integration/appropriation in the Vamanapurana, the Yaksini Devi of Mangaon: appropriation of a Jain goddess by Bhrahminic Hinduism, whether Ravidas and the Ganga represent appropriation or contestation, the goddess Chinnamasta's severed head as a re-appropriation of the cosmic sacrifice, from a Saktipitha to Kuladaivata: the appropriation of goddess Jogai of Ambe, and Ekveera Devi and the son Kolis of Mumbai: whether the Kilis appropriated the Karle Buddhist Chaitya.
Tu Kantoon Main Ulajh Kar Zindagi Karne Ki Kho Karle
Lauren Karle is another artist whose goal is to facilitate meaningful human connection.
Karle Stinehour, president of Providence Insurance Group, said, 'We are excited about becoming a Partner Firm of UBA.
Bollywood films "Dedh Ishqiya" and "Yaariyan", which released on 10 January, have performed better than new releases "Karle Pyaar Karle" and "Miss Lovely" that hit the screens on Friday (17 January).
The event at Aedas was chaired by Mark Panayides and Stephen Karle and also touched on confidence in the market, exporting, planning issues and Research and Development tax credits.
CUTLINE: (1) Steven Stafanik and Christopher Brumby (2) Gerri Karle, Edie Witherell and Susan Swinand (3) Jeffrey Bertrand, Linda Delanuez, Joan Bertrand and Bruce Bertrand (4) Barbara Niemi, Joanne McCrillis and Debbie LaPrise (5) Anastisa and Jim Gorenxa with Vera Halilaj
20 -- Bhavna Kakar presents "Slipping through the cracks", a group show curated by Meera Menezes and featuring artworks by Atul Bhalla, Shreyas Karle, Hemali Bhuta, Baptist Coelho, Mithu Sen, Jagannath Panda, Anita Dube, Prajjwal Chowdhury, Sheba Chhachhi, Raqs Media Collective and Archana Hande, at Latitude 28, F-208, Old MB Road, Lado Sarai, New Delhi, from January 22, 2012 till February 22, 2012, 11.m.