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ENGLEnglish
ENGLEuropean Network of GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Laboratories (EU)
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ASPREE also reported that, in healthy elderly men, aspirin was associated with an increase in mortality because of increased cancer incidence (N Engl J Med.
For instance, borrowings such as autokar (7) (Engl.: coach), dres (Engl.: tracksuit), hol (Engl.: hall), jacht (Engl.: yacht), klan (Engl.: clan), radar, spaniel, sport, rekord (Engl.: record), runda (Engl.: round), partner, and wigwam have been used extensively in the Polish language for decades.
The CC mark, due to the reporting glitch, had been rendered meaningless for a time, as an untold number of students with two CC marks had graduated without having taken ENGL 300 since the reporting glitch had been encoded in the software program in 2008, and more were slated to graduate in the very near future.
OGOLNE CECHY WYGLADU/opca obiljezja izgleda/bardzo gruby/jako debeo/(pol., ang., wl.) /polj., engl., tal./; CZESCI CIALA /dijelovi tijela/--SZYJA/vrat/zbyt dluga/ iznimno dug/(pol., wl.) /polj., tal./.
Headed by Stefan Engl, it started work in October 2011 and has met seven times until now.
The West Cheshire AC decathlete included five new bests in the two-day competition and equalled his best points total of 6,352 to finish 11th overall in the Engl and Championships.
19) Manson JE, et al., Walking Compared with Vigorous Exercise for the Prevention of Cardiovascular Events in Women, N Engl J Med.
* A Mid-Term Reflection (ENGL 1101 and ENGL 1102:College Composition II)
Similar rantings echoed through the publication of the "CARET study" (N Engl J Med, 1996], the "Physicians Health Study" (N Engl J Med, 1996), the "HOPE trial" (N Engl J Med, 2000) and the "HATS trial" (N Engl J Med, 2001).
"Medical professionalism: focusing on the real issues." N Engl J Med 2000; 342: 1283-1286.
The Commission claims that building on scientific expertise, the JRC and ENGL can ensure a fair "balance between the interests of all concerned (GMO producers, distributors, consumers), resulting in a clear and analytical control system".
Although himself a contributor to the long-running debate over a theoretically sound and operationally acceptable terminology to classify loan-words, Carstensen here eschews all labels, merely indicating whether the Anglicisms are borrowed directly ('aus engl. x'), expressed via German ('nach engl.