ISEK

AcronymDefinition
ISEKInternational Society of Electrophysiology and Kinesiology
ISEKIowa State Engineering Kids (College of Engineering; Iowa State University; Ames, IA)
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Sans titre, 2001, Bodys Isek Kingelez (1948-2015), plastic, cardboard and paper, ht 44cm.
EMG data was analyzed using MyoResearch XP Master Edition 1.07.09 (Noraxon USA, Inc.) in accordance with ISEK guidelines.
1998 ISEK Congress keynote lecture: multi-muscle control in human movements.
The other nine artists featured were Pierre Bodo (DRCongo), Frederic Bruly Bouabre (Cote Ivoire), Seni Awa Camara (Senegal), Calixte Dakpogan (Benin), Seydou Keita (Mali), Bodys Isek Kingelez (DRCongo), George Lilanga (Tanzania), Abu Bockari Mansaray (Sierra Leone) and Richard Onyango (Kenya).
Bunun icindirki Anavatan muhabbetini unutmadik ve unutmiyacagiz, zaten Anadolunun kucagindayiz ve yaliniz idare noktasindan ayrilmis isek de hissiyat ve maneviyat cihetinden aramizda hicbir ayrilik kabul etmiyoruz.
The work of 30 artists including Frederic Bruly Bouabre, Bodys Isek Kingelez, Cheri Samba, and Malick Sidibe, from 20 sub-Saharan countries.
The exhibit varies all the way from simple works such as the beautiful, single-color watercolors of Barthelemy Toguo to the garish miniature-scale cities made of cut-out cardboard and plywood by Bodys Isek Kingelez.
Eger ben ve ogullarim gozunde agir isek, onurlu isek, Asur'a geldigimde gorecegim, sayet zikretmezsen Ennamim'in esi evimi neden aldi.
The undesirability of this was obvious, and after a general conference at which it was necessary to speak very plainly, and at the risk of offending susceptibilities, and so causing disruption of the party, a compromise was reached, whereby we took boats down river towards Betong, to a point about an hour upriver from that township and landing there struck inland for the house of Pengarah Isek, at Saka.
Neighborhood management in the center of neuenrade in the area of the "integrated urban development concept (isek)" of the city of neuenrade in the context of the urban development, sub-program "active centers".
The eclectic exhibition includes eyewear sculptures by Kenyan artist Cyrus Kabiru, the furniture of Cheick Diallo from Mali and the photography of Mozambican Mario Macilau and Nigerian JD Okhai Ojeikere, alongside cardboard city models by Bodys Isek Kingelez from the Democratic Republic of Congo.