Related to Kreel: Soal, mouch, Illuminous, perseverance
n.1.See Creel.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In the USA, the Kreel Committee converted a pacifist American populace into an anti-German entity in just six months (Noam Chomsky, Media: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda).
Kreel, "Unilateral proptosis," Postgraduate Medical Journal, vol.
Kreel, "Cerebral ventricular size and cognitive impairment in chronic schizophrenia," The Lancet, vol.
[16.] Johnstone EC, Crow TJ, Frith CD, Husband J, Kreel L.
[5.] Ellozy SH, Harris MT, Bauer JJ, Gorfine SR, Kreel I.
The introduction of the picture archiving and communication system (PACS) has dispensed with the need for hard copy radiographs, and allows images to be viewed in multiple locations simultaneously and on screens with all manner of enhancement tools (Kreel 1991).
According to Wangensteen and Paine (1933), McIver and his associates demonstrated satisfactorily in 1926 that postoperative abdominal distension was due mainly to swallowed air and speculated that nasogastric tubes could prevent this distension (Bauer, Gelernt, Salky, & Kreel, 1985; Wolff et al., 1989).
But then it is made with rare pounds 12,000-a-kilo Almas caviar, kreel caught langoustines, lobster, crab and truffles, among other fancy things.
Ingredients include golden caviar, truffles, Kreel caught langoustines, Cornish crab and lobster, Jabugo ham and white bait wrapped in gold leaf and Florette Baby Leaf salad.
(6.) Daemen J, Oomen A, Janssen M, van de Schoot L, van Kreel B, Heineman E, et al.