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Austrian physician who developed a rotational method for testing the middle ear (1876-1936)

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Barany proposes the idea that the reasons why the army has never taken action against the regime can explain why it has never taken substantive steps to overthrow the particular power in place.
As Barany observes, other than the military, "the state simply has no one else to turn to" [28].
Subsequently, consensus criteria that were jointly formulated by the Migraine Classification Subcommittee of the International Headache Society and the Committee for Classification of Vestibular Disorders of the Barany Society were presented [9].
5) On the common mistake to interpret Marx's use of the phrase "dictatorship of the proletariat" as the despotic government by a party that Lenin referred to with the same term, see Draper, Barany.
Take the opportunity to experience spatial disorientation illusions in a Barany chair, a Vertigon, a GYRO, or a Virtual Reality Spatial Disorientation Demonstrator.
Also see Barbara Slavin, "CIA Director Brennan says Syria Army Remains Resilient," Al-Monitor, March 11, 2014; Joshua Landis, "Why Syria's Assad Enters Geneva Talks in a Position of Strength," Al-Jazeera, January 23, 2014; Zoltan Barany, "Why Most Syrian Officers Remain Loyal to Assad," Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies [Doha], June 17, 2013; and Barah Mikail, "Who Supports Assad?
1) Zoltan Barany, "Unrest and State Response in Arab Monarchies," Mediterranean Quarterly 24 (2013): 5-38.
Barany - Sharae and Nick Barany, of Redmond, a son.
Lawrence Barany, Russell & Jane Braathen, William Dechant, Theresa Ferguson, Jean Hatlen, Kathryn Ivany, Alan Jamison, Diane Lyders-Reid, Fran Moore, Don Scafe, Roberta Stephens, Donald Stiles, Paul J.
Cordeiro AC, Qureshi AR, Stenvinkel P, Heimburger O, Axelsson J, Barany P, et al.
Counting them has been a widely studied problem Barany and Furedi (1987); Barony and Valtr (2004); Dumitrescu (2000); Katchalski and Meir (1988); Valtr (1995).
Barany, The East European gypsies: regime change, marginality, and ethnopolitics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002, p.