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HIWIHilfsfreiwillige (German Army Volunteer forces usually made up of Soviet volunteers, WWII)
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Forghanifard, "Aberrant expression of DPPA2 and HIWI genes in colorectal cancer and their impacts on poor prognosis," Tumour Biology, vol.
His show Hiwi the Kiwi Goes Fishing is punctuated with songs written by Mark himself, which include Kai Moana', stories, dance and humour.
Early dry season subsistence ecology of Cuiva (Hiwi) foragers of Venezuela.
After genotyping, we excluded those SNPs for which fewer than 10 participants were homozygous variant carriers [rgl 106042 in HIWI, rs3742330 in DICER, rs417309 in DiGeorge critical region-8 (DGCR8), rs636832 in Argonaute 1 (AGO1)] and also those with a Hardy-Weinberg p-value < 0.05 (rs10719 in DROSHA), leaving a total of 19 SNPs in 10 genes.
(53.) Latvians were also recruited for service in police battalions, HiWi units (auxiliary units of the German Army), and a branch of the SD, the most notorious segment thereof known as the Arajs Commando.
Significantly higher levels of an overactive hiwi gene have been discovered in men with testicular cancer.
Hiwi and Pat Tauroa outline the sequence of events that begins when visitors arrive at the gates of a marae and ends with their departure.
Only heretics or freethinkers (like Hiwi al-Balkhi or Ibn al-Rawandi) really looked at all religions in one and the same rationalistic and skeptical way, which could not be endorsed by others, whether scholars of religions or of other disciplines.