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Synonyms for primidone

an anticonvulsant (trade name Mysoline) used to treat grand mal seizures and essential tremor

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Recemment, et d'une maniere tout independante de ma propre contribution, un rapport historique sur cette episode de la psychologie sociale a ete fourni par un collegue, Sertan Batur (2011), dans un chapitre dont je n'ai malheureusement pu prendre connaissance qu'apres avoir boucle mon propre texte.
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Analisis economico de los programas de erradicacion Razones para Supuestos del sobreestimar los Razones para analisis de beneficios de la subestimar los costos costo-beneficio erradicacion de la erradicacion 1 Todas las 1 La carencia de 1 La eliminacion del consecuencias informacion ultimo 1-10% puede significativas se cientifica conlleva sertan costosa como pueden enumerar una evaluacion el primer 90-99% de con antelacion.
Martha responds, defending their laments, observing that mourning, like death, is natural and necessary: 'We all xul dye bat is sertan / but zk be blood of kynde nature / Whan deth be brothyr Awey hath tan / must nedys murne bat sepulture' (133-6).
While there seems to be some evidence for a weak verb sertan 'futuere' in Old High German (notably in the "Pariser Gesprache"), this most likely represents a secondary weak inflection of the strong verb (thus Riecke 1996: 156), not a genuine *sard(i)ja- matching ON [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] See most recently on the forms in the "Gesprache," Gusmani (1999: 169) with references.
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