GERGIS

AcronymDefinition
GERGISGerman Guidelines Information Service
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Menashe and Gergis may not have intended to be part of a trend, but Israeli food is now a thing here.
This finding agrees with Nagashima et al, Foldes et al and Gergis et al that when non-depolarising blocking drugs are administered in divided doses the onset of neuromuscular blockade is shorter.
The third, unwanted, daughter of Gergis Feghali -- who, like many young Arab men of his time, had longed to father a boy -- she often confided that she had grown up scorned and neglected.
Gergis, "Conventional and in situ transesterification of sunflower seed oil for the production of biodiesel," Fuel Processing Technology, vol.
A key article co-authored by Joelle Gergis and Anthony Fowler dealing with the El Nino discussion early in the first chapter of Climate & Catastrophe has an abbreviated citation in the endnotes, yet the full citation is omitted from the bibliography.
[81.] Mehta MP, Choi WW, Gergis SD, Sokoll MD, Adolphson AJ.
(18.) Calarge CA, Crowe RR, Gergis SD, Arndt S, From RE The comparative effects of sevoflurane and methohexital for electroconvulsive therapy.
'Our study revealed that recent warming in a 1,000-year context is highly unusual and cannot be explained by natural factors alone, suggesting a strong influence of human-caused climate change in the Australasian region,' said Joelle Gergis, the study's lead researcher.
In the minds of some, economic empowerment implies entitlement to a share of wealth or income (Gergis, 1999), however, international understanding suggests that entitlements do not breed economic empowerment rather creates an attitude of dependency, undermine the power of positive thinking of one's own ability and nurture the feeling of helplessness and disempowered.