Luik


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Synonyms for Luik

city in eastern Belgium

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Luik has always tried to break through that wall to experience the glory of happiness "when the human masks disappear and all living beings turn into one breed.
During none of the five examined periods, say Basham and Luik, "was there a statistically significant trend, except for boys at the highest BMI levels.
Academics Dr Patrick Basham and Dr John Luik also said there was no evidence of a link between obesity and food advertising.
Claims that we are in the grip of an epidemic "often exceed the scientific evidence and mistakenly suggest an unjustified degree of certainty", said Patrick Basham, professor at John Hopkins University in Washington DC, and John Luik, senior fellow at the Democracy Institute in London, in this month's British Medical Journal.
He moved to Luik (Liege) in 1582 to begin theological studies, which, importantly, would lead him to spend one year in Rome at the Collegio Romano.
Lewis' classic Narnia saga, The Lion Vrie follows Luik as, injured and besieged, he travels toward the wreckage of Adriel hoping against hope to be reunited with his friends.
Optima's estate services manager Jim Duncan and finance manager Leo Luik were the good sports who dressed up as Kim and Aggie to launch the Attwood Green Community Pride initiative.
Predictably, the story's writer, John Luik, cites biochemist Dr.
Many researchers have called for and emphasized the importance of the inclusion of technology in teacher education (Volk, 2000; Gentile, Lonberger, Parana, & West, 2000; Chester, 2001; Schnackenberg, Luik, Nisan, & Servant, 2001; & Berlin & White, 2002).
Hans Luik *, Vilja Palu, Lea Luik, Kristjan Kruusement, Hindrek Tamvelius, Rein Veski, Nikolai Vetkov, Natalia Vink, and Mikhail Bityukov
Dinner Chairmen were Michael Ashner, Peter Baccile, William Benjamin, Andrew Davidoff, Robert Feller, Barry Gosin, Mitchell Hersh, Kenneth Himmel, John Joacobsson, Smart Koenig, Joseph Luik, Richard Mack, Robin Panovka, Michael Pralle and Philip Riordan.
The difficulties arise because the alcohol policy research community often feels a conflict of interest between itself and the alcohol industry These groups often compare the beverage alcohol industry with the tobacco industry Luik said, and they believe there are irreconcilable differences between the drinks industry (focused on profits) and the public health community (focused on protecting the public from alcohol abuse).