faix

faix

(feɪks)
n
an exclamation of affirmation or surprise equivalent to 'faith'
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(9.) Stoll BJ, Hansen NI, Sanchez PJ, Faix RG, Poindexter BB, Van Meurs KP, et al.; Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network.
(1.) Faix DJ, Harrison DJ, Riddle MS, Vaughn AF, Yingst SL, Earhart K, et al.
(11.) Haddow JE, Palomaki GE, Allan WC, Williams JR, Knight GJ, Gagnon J, O'Heir CE, Mitchell ML, Hermos RJ, Waisbren SE, Faix JD, Klein RZ.
Stratocluster Eternagy Marcel Barta, Jan Faix, Prokop Jelinek, Jan Kulka, Ondrej Komarek, Mikulas Mrva, Tomas Mika, Ian Mikyska, Jaroslav Noga, Lucie Pachova.
(8.) De Grande LAC, Van Uytfanghe K, Reynders D, Das B, Faix JD, MacKenzie F, et al.
Thienpont LM, Van Uytfanghe K, Beastall G, Faix JD, Ieiri T, Miller WG, et al.
(2.) Lo H, Kalisher L, Faix J Epithelioid sarcoma: radiologic and pathologic manifestations.
Faix, "Direct liquefaction of different lignocellulosics and their constituents.
Scholars such as Jan Jongeneel (2) and Tobias Faix (3) affirm empirical missiology as a methodological approach and foundation for missiology.
Graham, Faix and Hartman (2009) decided that it is high time academic libraries in developing countries like Nigeria realise that SMT is not a fashion fad but a fundamental change of our way of communicating with the users and the meeting place now is via SMT sphere.