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dinic

(ˈdɪnɪk)
n
a medicine for vertigo
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The product demo will be presented by the company's CEO, Marko Dinic, and Jeff Marlow, VP Business Development.
Mirjana Mihailovic, (1) Jelena Arambasic Jovanovic, (1) Aleksandra Uskokovic, (1) Nevena Grdovic, (1) Svetlana Dinic, (1) Senka Vidovic, (2) Goran Poznanovic, (1) Ibrahim Mujic, (3) and Melita Vidakovic (1)
Unfortunately, so are the hundreds of environmental mycobacteria commonly found in soil and water (e.g., Mukhopadhyay and Gal, 2010; Dinic et al., 2013).
At the end, I stayed with more questions than answers, as our artists claim,--it is the role of art (Jelena Dinic, unemployed medical worker from Belgrade).
Regarding the specific dimensions of empathy, the results in previous studies indicated that women scored higher in both the cognitive and affective dimensions of empathy than did men, but that a higher effect size was identified in the affective dimension (Dinic, Kodzopeljic, Sokolovska, & Milovanovic, 2016).
(25.) See YouGov Survey Results, "European Union" (London: YouGov.UK): November 20-24, 2015, https://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/ document/9ktalrxne8/EUResults_November2015-Website.pdf; (accessed December 22, 2015); Milan Dinic, "Majority See Migration as Threat to EU" (London: YouGov.UK): October 6, 2015; https://yougov.co.uk/news/2015/10/06/majority-seemigration-threat-eu/; (accessed December 22, 2015); Jeffrey Mankoff and Andrew Kuchins, "Russia, Ukraine, and U.S.
CXCL12 protects pancreatic [beta]-cells from oxidative stress by a Nrf2-induced increase in catalase expression and activity Svetlana DINIC, Nevena GRDOVIC, Aleksandra USKOKOVIC, Milos DORDEVIC, Mirjana MIHAILOVIC, Jelena Arambasic JOVANOVIC, Goran POZNANOVIC and Melita VIDAKOVIC Communicated by Shigetada NAKANISHI, M.J.A.
[55.] Milosevic Z, Pesic M, Stankovic T, Dinic J, Milovanovic Z, Stojsic J, et al.