Hassid


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a member of a Jewish sect that observes a form of strict Orthodox Judaism

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Both Hassid [19] and Andea [14] did not show a correlation with PanIN and its locations, but Andea observed that more than half of the lesions (53%) originated from the head of the pancreas.
Manifesting itself as an inability to properly digest gluten (a protein found in wheat, rye and barley), celiac disease, if not detected early, can lead to such long-term health complications as cancer, coronary heart disease, osteoporosis, neurological deficits, anemia and generalized poor quality of life, according to Hassid. At the same time, she asserts, almost all of the suffering could be eliminated.
In Malaysia, as in many countries, the threat of censorship or even jail leads to extensive self-censorship by journalists, editors, and owners (Hassid and Stern 2012).
Amir Hassid, chief investment officer of HAP Investments believes very strongly that a building's value is positively impacted by a unique but functional look.
Liver glycogen content was measured as described (Hassid and Abraham 1957) and the results were expressed as mg/g tissue.
Glycogen: Muscle and liver glycogen concentrations were determined according to Hassid and Abrahams (1957).
A number of empirical studies have been followed concerning the personal characteristics, the profile and motives that affect females to start up and successfully run their own businesses (Kapa Research 1999; Hassid 2000; Sarri and Trihopoulou 2004; Hadjidema and Kitsos 2006).
Yossi Deitch, a Jerusalem city councillor, who is himself a Slonim Hassid, said the women had gone with their men on Thursday to Jerusalem police, intending to be taken into custody, but had broken down at the moment of separation from their children.
Jerusalem city councillor Yossi Deitch, himself a Slonim Hassid, said the women had gone with their men to Jerusalem police, intending to be taken into custody, but had broken down at the moment of separation from their children.
--Qatar officially launches a new food firm, Hassid Food to ease supply problems.
H., Hassid, S., and Rosati, A., A quasi-equilibrium turbulent energy model for geophysical flows, J.
(35.) Minodier P, Kone-Paut I, Nassur A, Launay F, Jouve JL, Hassid S, et al.
In addition, increased social support is related to better physical health, including higher cardiovascular fitness (Dunton, Schneider, & Cooper, 2007), better recovery rates from cancer (Pinquart, Frohlich & Silbereisen, 2007), and lower levels of illness, such as flu (Gidron, Hassid, Yisrael, & Biderman, 2005).
Spiegelman received a lot of criticism for the cover, from critics referring to the Hassid's "lascivious lips" ("I realized the problem was the Jew had lips at all!") to others calling him a racist for showing a white man kissing a black woman rather than the alternative.