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Synonyms for lesion

Synonyms for lesion

any localized abnormal structural change in a bodily part

an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)

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For example, hierarchical design, testability during development and operation, simulation, and system design inspection at the system level are highly recommended for ASIL D.
The Conservative Party has no record of having received donations from Asil Nadir," the statement said.
A Tory party spokesperson said: "The Conservative Party has no record of having received donations from Asil Nadir.
DAMASCUS,(SANA)- Asil (purebred) Arabian horses are a model in competence, beauty and stamina as they leave a great influence on their breeders and lovers due to their behavior and the attributes distinguishing them from other animals such as smartness, loyalty and the slender body.
Future ratings on ASIL will be based on its higher-than-expected debt-funded capital expenditure plans and the significant time or cost overrun in the implementation of its projects.
TYCOON Asil Nadir was released last night after being arrested for allegedly breaking bail conditions.
ASIL Nadir returned to Britain to face fraud charges after 17 years on the run, declaring he had a "little injustice to sort out".
FUGITIVE: home in FUGITIVE tycoon Asil Nadir today said he had endured 20 years of injustice as he flew back to the UK after two decades on the run.
FUGITIVE tycoon Asil Nadir will return to the UK today after spending nearly two decades on the run, it was reported.
Plantar fasiit, asil tendiniti, retrokalkaneal veya subkutanoz kalkaneal bursit, topuk yag yastikciginin atrofisi ve asil tendonu rupturu topuk agrisinin nedenleridir (1).
The Asil Ensemble has finally made it to Cairo with its first concert in Egypt after the release of their album Roubaiyat Al-Khayyam in Lebanon this summer -- an album touted as a landmark in the development of Arabic music.
The volume was edited by ASIL member Christopher J.
According to the exhibition's brochure Dajani returned to the Middle East to concentrate his efforts on the Asil exhibition.
ASIL is a non-profit, non-partisan, educational membership organization that was established in 1906 and chartered by the Congress in 1950.
Along the way, he ties the development of the ASIL to historical events and illustrates the way international law has participated in the US government's foreign policy and the efforts of citizens and scholars to influence those policies.