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DDX43

A gene on chromosome 6q12-q13 that encodes a protein which has a conserved Asp-Glu-Ala-Asp (DEAD) motif and is a probable ATP-dependent RNA helicase. It is expressed in the testes (normally) and in tumours of various histological types, at levels up to 100-fold higher than those seen in normal tissues.
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Hage argues that in contrast to this fantasized multiculturalism there is a real multiculturalism already established in Australia consisting of transethnic relations and communications.
Ghassan Hage takes multiculturalism to task for the opposite.
A freshman from the country of Lebanon, El Hage is set to take part in a French-speaking immersion program within his third-floor community, and when he arrived Wednesday his roommate was already moved in, ready to converse.
Abdulaziz Al-Sowailim, chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young Mena, said: "I am delighted to welcome Hage, to his new management role within the organisation.
Through cultural analysis, supplemented by analysis of twenty-three intensive interviews with `white' Australians in Sydney's inner-west, Hage sets out to show that the `Evil White Nationalists' (such as Pauline Hanson and One Nation) and the `Good White Nationalists' (represented here by the discourse of multicultural tolerance) are actually more similar than they are different -- both holding up different parts of the White Nation sky that hovers over Australia.
Thus in sentence 1, the first example of the word hage is deictic, as it refers to motion away from the place of the speech act.
El Hage came within eight feet of the judge before he was wrestled down and subdued by several police during a pre-trial hearing.
Yesterday Van Hage, who presents of Channel 5's House Doctor and Instant Gardens, was fined more than pounds 1000 and banned for three years at Hertford magistrates court.
The show hosted the Lebanese photographer Tony Hage under the name of Pris sur le vif.
The contribution from the Swakop Uranium Foundation was handed over to the Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Dr Hage Geingob, by the Chairman of the Swakop Uranium Board of Directors, Mr Zhiping Yu and the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Namibia, Mr Xin Shunkang.
Former Harvard Professor Nabil El Hage was speaking at a corporate governance workshop organised by the Waqf Fund for research, education and training in Islamic finance for more than 20 chief executives and board members of Islamic banks.