Birman


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Birman

a longhaired breed of cat with blue eyes and a light body with darker points (ears, face, legs and tail) in colors similar to the Siamese. The paws are white ('gloves'). Called also Sacred Cat of Burma. The breed is affected by an inherited polyneuropathy.
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On est extremement inquiets, Barack Obama a fait promettre au president de laisser l'ONU agir librement dans le pays, encore lundi, Cameron, le Premier ministre anglais, a demande officiellement, publiquement, au president birman de proteger les minorites musulmanes et pendant ce temps la, Francois Hollande reste silencieux.
We were grateful to Aragon for their speed in producing a project of this size and dimension within budget," said Jaime Birman of Levien & Company, Inc.
Published in honor of the birthday of the mathematician Mikhail Shlemovich Birman, this volume brings together 17 articles in spectral and scattering theory of differential operators, including Schrodinger operators and in homogenization theory.
This nine-year-old birman cross cat lives with Anne and Eric Gray in Stonehouse, Lanarkshire.
Paul Kipsiele Koech failed to qualify for Kenya's Olympic team, but he left Beijing gold medalist Birman Kiprop Kipruto trailing in his wake as took the 3,000 steeplechase in 8:04.
The 55 graduates include Ashley Allen, Sara Birman, Scott Bond, Amanda Bright, Jason Carrick, Jacob Chanley, Brandi Charland, Tyler Cody, Kelly Correia, Misty Corwin, Wayne Crow Jr.
Was Russia's 17-year hyperdepression (1989-2006) caused by accumulative disequilibrium diagnosed by Igor Birman before the deluge in 1986 (Birman, 1983, 1986; Rosefielde, 1988), (3) or does the blame rest primarily with Gorbachev and Yeltsin?
Stephen Birman, president of High Tech Research, Deerfield, IL, to help control processes by providing adaptive rules that correctly mirror the non-uniform nature of tool wear in metal cutting.
One is a speech by Wendy Birman chairperson of the Library Board of WA, reviewing his career and achievements.
But Binky was really Wally, a pedigree Birman, bought as a kitten for pounds 185 by chartered accountant Robert Sturman and his wife Michaela, who lived half a mile from Fiona in Crawley, West Sussex.