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haick

 (hīk, hāk)
n.
Variant of haik.
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Noun1.haick - an outer garment consisting of a large piece of white clothhaick - an outer garment consisting of a large piece of white cloth; worn by men and women in northern Africa
garment - an article of clothing; "garments of the finest silk"
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The Technion is funding the project, which took nine months to prepare, and Haick is donating the lectures.
It has its lows, like the occupation and economic discrimination against Israeli Arabs, and its highs, like the collaboration between Haick and the Technion, which is providing one on-ramp for those in the Arabic-speaking world eager to grasp the new technologies reshaping the global economy.
According to research team leader Professor Hossam Haick, the new system uses gold particles and a kind of resin, which is at least 10 times more sensitive to touch than other touch-based e-skin systems.
The Israeli scientists led by Dr Hossam Haick, from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, wrote: "Our results show great promise for fast, easy and cost-effective diagnosis and screening of lung cancer."
At the chiming of the hour, Meredith Haick Hankins and Richard Anthony Covington were united in marriage on November 11, 2006, at six o'clock in the evening at First United Methodist Church in Brandon.
Serving as program and registry attendants were Ellen Virginia Haick, Elizabeth Young Parker, and Mary Cosby Parker, all cousins of the bride.
Ellen Virginia Haick, Alexander John Haick III, and Edward Douglas Haick were acolytes.
The research was led by Professor Hossam Haick of the Technion's Wolfson Faculty of Chemical Engineering and the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, and Dr.
A similar diagnostic technology is being developed by an Israeli chemical engineer, Hossam Haick, a professor at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa using biomarkers of disease found in exhaled breath.
Hossam Haick and his collaborators from 14 clinical departments worldwide took a slightly different--or rather, backward--approach to developing a disease breathalyzer.
Hossam Haick (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dhOaArOYdM) said in a video "These odor signatures are what enables us to identify the diseases using the technology that we developed."
Hossam Haick of the Haifa Technion-Israel Institute of Technology is developing a product that, when coupled with a smartphone, will be able to screen the useras breath for early detection of life-threatening diseases.