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silen

(ˈsaɪlɪn)
n
1. (Classical Myth & Legend) classical myth a god of woodland
2. (Animals) a species of macaque
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Sum Silen, an entrepreneur whose husband also works during the day, first sent her son to a bilingual international school when he was two.
Mientras Rico, Juan, Muriel, van vechten y vidal entablan largas conversaciones, beatriz se mantiene notablemente silen ciosa y silenciada (con la salvedad de la escena del encuentro nocturno con Juan).
Characteristics of feedback supported by the literature included providing immediate feedback about simulation performance (Johannesson, Olsson, Petersson, & Silen, 2010) and offering participants opportunities to apply what was learned through the feedback provided (Auerbach, Kessler, & Foltin, 2011).
Immediately, the police started shooting their guns as Captain Felipe Silen and Lieutenant Ramon Guanil led a group of thirty police officers that physically attacked and arrested people indiscriminately.
Whitla DK, Orfield G, Silen W, Teperow C, Howard C, Reede J.
Silen is global marketing manager, personal care, Clariant International Ltd.
Program in-charge Cynthia Silen, said both rooms are complete with facilities necessary for lactating and milk banking.
The speakers condemned the brutalities and atrocities by the Israeli regime as well as the silen of world community on the brewing human issue in the Gaza strip which claimed more than one thousand innocent lives.
batis silen kuznec 'sein Vater ist Schmied'" (Redei 1978a : 122; s.
Bu indirgemecilik, kitabin sinirlari acisindan gerekli ve ozgun argumanin gucunden eksiltmeyen bir kusur olmakla beraber, ozellikle Orta Dogu'yu ele aldigi bolumde progresif-laik gucleri tamamen defterden silen bir analiz yapmis olmasi, kitabin yazildiktan sadece bir yil sonra bile goze carpan bir zaafi olarak beliriyor.
The cutout is actually a picture of real MBTA Officer David Silen.