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electronystagmograph

 [e-lek″tro-nis-tag´mo-graf]
the instrument used in electronystagmography; abbreviated ENG.

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Abbreviation for electronystagmography.

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electronystagmography.

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Abbreviation for electronystagmography.

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enzootic nasal granuloma.
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Enge, who impressed while finishing 12th on his debut for Prost in Italy last weekend, will now compete in the US Grand Prix at Indianapolis on Sunday week and the season finale in Japan two weeks later.
It will be a double treat for Nayanthara fans as they will get to see her in "Idhu Kathirvelan Kadhal" as well as in "Nee Enge En Anbe.
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Enge, hoping to clinch the F3000 title today, faces a fine, ban or expulsion from the championship if the result of the B sample is the same as the A sample which was taken after last month's race in Hungary.
The initial "Solar Station" is located at Tessinerplatz near the Enge train station in Zurich.
Enge will leverage his deep experience in technology and academic fields to provide the fast-growing company with strategic guidance regarding its location technology, intellectual property, and research partnerships with universities and other technology vendors.
For the record, his friends and family called him Enge (pronounced Enga) while his parents, when they were alive, called him Engel, "which means 'angel' in German," he recalls affectionately.
The Connect2 bid by sustainable transport charity Sustrans beat off the challenge of three rival bids to win a landslide victory in the Big Lottery Fund's People's Millions chall enge.
AUTO: Tomas Enge will need help to get in the car when he returns to boost Scuderia Ecosse's FIA GT title bid at Monza today.
Pearl Buck Center in Eugene has hired Lou Enge as director of production and adult services and Angelica Fruin as executive assistant.
Driving Aston Martin Racing's two DBR9 entries are Tomas Enge from the Czech Republic, Peter Kox from the Netherlands and Pedro Lamy from Portugal in car 58.
Argentinian Gaston Mazzacane and Tomas Enge are favourites to drive for the new team, which will keep the Prost name for this year at least although former boss Alain Prost, the four-time former world champion, will have no interest in the outfit.