Jeremiah

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Synonyms for Jeremiah

(Old Testament) an Israelite prophet who is remembered for his angry lamentations (jeremiads) about the wickedness of his people (circa 626-587 BC)

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a book in the Old Testament containing the oracles of the prophet Jeremiah

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Finally, some siblings have academic difficulties (Barak-Levy et al., 2010; Gamliel, Yirmiya, Jaffe, Manor, & Sigman, 2009; Petalas et al., 2009b; Stone, McMahon, Yoder, & Walden, 2007) and higher rates of adjustment problems than normative samples (Meyer, Ingersoll, & Hambrick, 2011).
BILBO, S.D.; YIRMIYA, R.; AMAT, J.; PAUL, E.D.; WATKINS, L.R.; MAIER, S.F.
The presence of ethanol in an in vitro culture of spleen cells also suppressed NK cell cytotoxic activity against MADB106 tumor cells (Yirmiya et al.
Yirmiya, Erel, Shaked, and Solomonica-Levi (1998) conducted a meta-analysis of research evaluating the differences in ToM development across individuals with ASD, typically developing individuals, and those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
(1.) Ben-Eliyahu S, Yirmiya R, Liebeskind JC, Taylor AN, Gale RP.
Raz Yirmiya and his doctoral student Tirzah Kreisel, together with researchers at Prof.
Yirmiya, "Low levels of circulating inflammatory cytokines--do they affect human brain functions?" Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, vol.
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Bab, Raz Yirmiya. Depression and bone mass Ann N Y Acad Sci, 2010; 1192:170-175
However, according to a former stress-related study, a comprehensive negative bone turnover and body weight loss would have occurred had the experimental animals been subjected to a chronic mild stress (Yirmiya et al., 2006).