TIBAT

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TIBATTemperature of Interscapular Brown Adipose Tissue
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The sources said that the artillery and missile units, deployed in Tibat al-Iman region, shelled the movement of Tahrir al-Sham and its allies in the village of Albuweizah in Nrothern Hama and managed to preempt their attack, destroying their hardware.
At the same time as the nerve activity was recorded the heart rate, Tc and TIBAT were monitored.
(Deodar cedar or Himalayan cedar), a member of Pinaceae, is native to Western Himalayas in Eastern Afghanistan, North Pakistan, North Central India, south western-most Tibat and Wesetrn Nipal.
China says that a lot of developmental work has been done in Tibat, while Buddhists in the area blame Chinese rule and economic exploitation for eroding their traditional culture.
Summary: Lebanese artist Dina Hayek just finished filming her latest video clip for the song "Tibat Albi" (The Goodness of My Heart)
The second section of the book continues this method by introducing and citing from two central religious texts--the famous Memar Marqah (tibat marqe) and the Samaritan liturgy, a "text" which is itself the product of many centuries.
Tibat Marqe, for example, was written in the third or fourth century C.E.
2003 Novus announced the Tibat find on Block 17 held by the same partners.
In fact, the Musandam Power Company, which is a joint venture between state-owned Oman Oil Company (OOC) and LG International, has signed an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract and long-term service agreement with Wartsila Muscat for building the dual-fuel fired power plant at Tibat in Musandam in December, 2014.
Lead developer Oman Oil Company and its partner LG International Corporation from South Korea are setting up this 120 MW IPP at Tibat, Wilayat Bukha in the Musandam Governorate of Oman.
(1) Only two exegetical works written in Aramaic survive from earlier times, with substantial parts of them predating the tenth century c.e.: Tibat Marqe and the Asatir.