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Chang, C. Y., Argo, C. K., Al-Osaimi, A. és mtsa: Therapy of NAFLD. Antioxidants and cytoprotective agents. J. Clin. Gastroenterol., 2006, 40 , S51–S60. Chang C. Y., Argo, C. K., Al-Osaimi, A. és mtsa

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Argo, C. K., Loria, P., Caldwell, S. H. és mtsa: Statins in liver disease: a molehill, an iceberg, or neither? Hepatology, 2008, 48 , 662–669. Caldwell S. H. Statins in liver

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Rendészeti közösségi oldalak alkalmazása a szaknyelvoktatásban

The Use of Policing Social Networking Sites in Teaching Technical Languages

Educatio
Author:
Erna Uricska

szaknyelv és az argó. In: Sebestyén J. & Surányi Zs. (eds) A nyelv, az irodalom és a kultúra varázsa. Veszprém, Pannon Egyetemi Kiadó. pp. 89

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. 365 bears many resemblances to Medea's to Jason ( Argo . 4. 355); Dido's depiction of the sorceress who could assist her in casting a spell on Aeneas to save his love at 4. 487-491 recalls that of Medea's powers as a sorceress and her association with

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Christopher J. Hammond
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Corey E. Pilver
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Loreen Rugle
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Marvin A. Steinberg
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Linda C. Mayes
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Robert T. Malison
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Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin
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Rani A. Hoff
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Marc N. Potenza MD, PhD

References T Argo D W Black 2004 Clinical characteristics J E

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( Argo & Black, 2004 ). The estimated past-year and lifetime prevalence of gambling disorder are approximately 0.2%–0.3% and 0.4%–1.0% of the general population, respectively ( American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013 ). Pathological gambling

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reproducibility of results in the thermograms. In addition, test times are adequate, due to that the average warming rates are higher than the 3 °C min −1 for the studied temperature range. The authors expressed their thanks to ARGOS

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Im Wald des Hippolytus •

Zur Intertextualität von Plin. ep. 1. 6 und Sen. Phaedr. 1–83; 483–504

Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae
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Boris Hogenmüller

Programmatic Implications of Valerius Flaccus' Description of the Construction of the Argo (1. 121–9). SO 86 (2012) 163–164] hat dies explizit anhand der Passage in Val. Flac. 1. 121–122 [ undique cernit / delatum nemus ] herausgearbeitet

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in the Argonautica when the former is sent by Hera as a messenger first to Thetis, then to Hephaistos, and lastly to Aeolus to ask their help in assisting the ship Argos on its way back home ( Argon . 4. 753–778, 818–832). In particular, Iris asks

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powerful on account of wealth or popularity or some other form of political strength and used to banish them out of the city for fixed periods of time. And there is a mythical story that the Argonauts left Heracles behind for a similar reason; for the Argo

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