Related to Persic: persic oil, Prussic knot


a.1.Of or relating to Persia.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Griezmann's corner flicked off Blaise Matuidi and unwittingly onto Persic's hand and, with referee Nestor Pinata enjoying a vantage point of the situation, correctly waved away French protestations.
19′ Persic receives the ball on a switch on the left and pulls a shot wide left from outside the box.
Pernat, A.M., Persic, V., Usvyat, L., Saunders, L., Rogus, J., Maddux, F.W.,...
Persic, "Mini dental implant-retained removable partial dentures: treatment effect size and 6-months follow-up," Acta Stomatologica Croatica, vol.
United executive vicechairman Ed Woodward has remained in the UK to try to close the deal for Persic, along with the PS50m capture of Tottenham's Eric Dier.
It has been ascertained from the literature review that the hotel sector has established the fact that there is a relationship between the environmental performance and scarce resources and thus it recognises the need to address its impact on the environment by introducing strategies that improve its environmental performance (Bohdanowicz, 2006; Jankovic, Persic & Zanini-Gavranic, 2011; Fukey & Issac, 2014).
PERSIC ARIA MACULOSA Gray; SYN: Polygonum persicaria L., Polygonum dubium Stein, Polygonum maculata (Raf.) Gray, Persicaria vulgaris Webb & Moq.; Spotted Lady's-Thumb; Ditch in old-field along SR 32; Rare but locally common; C = 0; BSUH 18773.
[33] Zunec R, Grubic Z, Jurcic Z, Persic M, Kastelan A, KerhinBrkljacic V.