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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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Wingstop is well positioned to further establish itself as one of the dominant brands in the fast casual segment and I am incredibly excited to join the team," Engen said.
Consumers will also be able to take advantage of DHL's new product offering, Express Easy, at the Engen outlets.
Gold Wide and Silvery Boom may become shareholders of Engen under the earn out arrangements entered into with them in connection with the previously disclosed acquisition of Hunan Yin Lian Xiangbei Copper Co.
Mr Engen said he is being replaced as managing director by Gair Frantzem, owner of Longbenton Foods.
I think that with the coming of spring--and the new administration in Washington--there's an excitement and a new thirst for life," Engen added.
Transactional leadership, characterized by task performance, high structure, and organizational goal attainment, is often considered masculine (van Engen, van der Leeden, & Willemsen, 2001).
Ultimately the Medieval Institute of Notre Dame, guided by its then director John Van Engen, in a splendid commitment of resource-sharing, contributed funds to the purchase of a codex from a North American dealer similar to the one that had initially caught Professor Emery's eye.
Long-time Marakon client Travis Engen, now CEO of Alcan, based in Montreal, believes the earnings game has to be reset.
But Bob Engen, president of Biometrics, which makes the scanners, swears the system follows privacy guidelines.
SKIING: Olympic champion Bjarte Engen Vik, of Norway, romped to victory in the individual combined event at the Nordic ski world championships at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, yesterday, successfully defending his crown.
WINTER SPORTS: World Cup leader Hannu Manninen of Finland took control inside the last kilometer to edge Olympic champion Bjarte Engen Vik of Norway by three-tenths of a seconds for his fourth World Cup Nordic combined victory of the season in Steamboat, Colo.
Out injured since September, he ran the second fastest 100 metres ever on African soil in his comeback in the first leg of the Engen Grand Prix Summer Series.