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(rū'bin-stīn),
Jack H., U.S. child psychiatrist and pediatrician, *1925. See: Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome.
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The postage stamp, having a shape of Olympic ring, depicts the Olympic champion of Rio-2016, the best athlete of Armenia of 2016, the Greco-Roman wrestler Artur Aleksanyan.
Southampton keeper Artur Boruc attempts to weave a bit of magic .
Artur won the grand prize of a three night's stay at Ian Anderson's Caves Branch Jungle Lodge for two in one of the jungle suites.
Changes "There's always a lot of talk about Artur being sold by Celtic - it seems to come up every six months.
He said: "Leave Artur out of the way as I think we all have a responsibility to behave in a way that will not cause anyone to get upset.
I just know what the body tells me," he informs a relative of a shooting victim, and it also informs viewers about Artur himself: He's a quizzical fellow, with unruly hair and an array of puzzled expressions, who trusts in the body's physical reality.
Artur, who originates from Poland, has been training at K-Star with senior instructor Steve Logan for almost two years, and became the academy's fourth European champion.
BOREDOM with the bland taste of most English food led to Artur Kowalski and his wife Anna Radzikowska to open Archie's Polish supermarket in Radford Road, Coventry.
Alison Roper, wearing black tights and rehearsal tutu, feet fluttering in agitated bourrees, extends her pleading, yearning arms toward fellow principal Artur Sultanov.
Until Tuesday, her missing boyfriend, Artur Khanzadyan, 24, was considered only a ``person of interest'' in the case.
The second step, would have been to do some research on Artur Davis and find out what he is actually about as opposed to lumping him in the same category with Ms.
The Advisory Board will consist of Professor Artur Ekert, one of the inventors of quantum key distribution and the Leigh Trapnell Professor of Quantum Physics at the University of Cambridge; Dr.