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Related to RIND: reversible ischemic neurologic deficit

RIND

See Reversible ischemic neurological disability.

RIND

(rīnd)
Reversible ischemic neurological deficit, a stroke whose clinical presentation lasts for a short time and then resolves. Despite the short duration of symptoms or signs, images of the brain taken after RIND often reveal infarction.

rind

(rīnd) [AS.]
A thick or firm outer coating of an organ, plant, or animal.
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In the 15th century, Mir Chakar Khan Rind became the first King of Balochistan and established the first Kingdom of Balochistan.
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Rind was abducted on September 10 near his resident in Mehmoodabad area of Hub Town in Lasbela District.
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Turn the heat to low, pour in the reduced cream and Parmesan rind and simmer till the cabbage is cooked.
Rind said three criminals were arrested in the raids, namely Muhammad Shakeel, Kamran and Abdul Sattar.
INGREDIENTS: 500g fresh summer fruits, juice and grated rind of 1 large orange, 2 - 3 tbsp orange liqueur such as Cointreau, 2 egg whites, 100g caster sugar.
1 tsp baking powder Grated rind and juice of 1 large lemon