faix

faix

(feɪks)
n
an exclamation of affirmation or surprise equivalent to 'faith'
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Lo H, Kalisher L, Faix J Epithelioid sarcoma: radiologic and pathologic manifestations.
Scholars such as Jan Jongeneel (2) and Tobias Faix (3) affirm empirical missiology as a methodological approach and foundation for missiology.
La cause semble avoir ete entendue et la Kasbah s'y emploie depuis hier en commencant par ce qui est juge unanimement urgentissime, nommement le deficit budgetaire, lequel moyennement eponge, pourrait delester le gouvernement d'un faix si enorme et pesant qu'il deteint sur l'ensemble de l'architecture de fonctionnement de l'Etat et du developpement du pays.
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.
Radin JM, Hawksworth AW, Blair PJ, Faix DJ, Raman R, Russell KL, et al.
Brass and Faix (2006) studied a case of losartan toxicity in 41 years old woman.
Questions shall be submitted to the address above or via e-mail to monica pellegrino faix, executive director, at monica@richardson-olmsted.
Besides the aforementioned composer, ethnomusicologist and multi-instrumentalist Matousek, those who have appeared on the Rybanaruby stage include the saxophonists Jan Grunt, Michal Hruby and Mikolas Chadima (MCH Band, ex-Kilhets), possessing ample experience with jazz, "Schrammel" and experimental rock, creating joint soundtracks and implementations with the noiseniks Radek Kopel (whose band, Napalmed, have become a legend of the global noise scene) and Jan Polansky (a painter who recently "bought a few gadgets"), as well as, for example, the unclassifiable Tomas Mika, seeking extended techniques of playing the banjo, and the hyperactive handyman, multi-instrumentalist (from keyboard to cassette players without cassettes), publisher and music journalist Jan Faix aka Count Portmon.
Elles croupissent sous le faix des taches menageres quotidiennes.
Tolvaj and Faix interpreted the color changes upon such degradation as due to appearance and transformation of oligomeric chromophores from lignin hydrolysis, especially during the first 50 h of exposition to UV, as well as formation of unconjugated carbonyl and carboxyl groups.