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helmet” sign: a new electrocardiographic marker of critical illness and high risk of death. Mayo Clin. Proc., 2011, 86 , 1245–1246. Monroe M. H. The “spiked helmet” sign: a new

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–638. Brandt, Th., Dieterich, M.: Skew deviation with ocular torsion: A vestibular brainstem sign of topographic diagnostic value. Ann Neurol., 1993, 33 , 528–534. Dieterich M. Skew

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Natur und Kultur / Semiotics. A Handbook on the Sign-theoretic Foundation of Nature and Culture . I–IV. Berlin—New York . S achs , Curt 1920 : Altägyptische Musikinstrumente . Leipzig . S achs , Curt 1930 : Handbuch der

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decomposition of lattice distributions into convolutions of Poisson signed measures , Theory of Probability & Its Applications , 49 ( 3 ) ( 2005 ), 545 – 552 . [20

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Authors: Tobias Haug, Karen Bontempo, Lorraine Leeson, Jemina Napier, Brenda Nicodemus, Beppie Van den Bogaerde, and Myriam Vermeerbergen

. Bontempo , K. 2015 . Signed Language Interpreting . In: Mikkelson , H. & Jourdenais , R. (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Interpreting . Oxon : Routledge . 112 – 128

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. , Tang , X. H. and Zhang , J. , Existence of infinitely many solutions for elliptic boundary value problems with sign-changing potential , Electron. J. Differential Equations , 53 ( 2014 ), 1 – 11 . [5

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generic case when neither of the coefficients of the polynomial is 0, i.e. we consider the family of polynomials P := x d + a d −1 x d −1 +···+ a 0 , x , a j ∈ ℝ ∗ . Denote by c and p the numbers of sign changes and sign preservations in the

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11 35 47 Lü, H., O’Regan, D. and Agarwal, R. P. , A positive solution for singular discrete boundary value problems with sign changing

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160 166 Ben-Hur, T. C. R., Itzik, A., Barak, O., Yirmiya, R., Weidenfeld, J.: A novel permissive role for glucocorticoids in induction of febrile and behavioral signs of

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In Mongolic, the words belge and mengge have practically the same meaning, cf. LM belge ‘sign mark, token, symptom, symbol; prognostic, omen’ and LM mengge ‘birthmark, mole; sign’. This paper aims to answer the question of whether these two words are etymologically related with each other or not, and also attempts to shed light on a question put forward by Gerhard Doerfer. In two of his works Doerfer (1992; 1993) suggested that there might be loanwords in Early Turkic taken from different Mongolic languages, but this idea has gone practically unnoticed in the Altaistic literature.

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