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Shy

(shī),
George Milton, U.S. neurologist, 1919-1967. See: Shy-Drager syndrome.

Shy

Abbreviation for 6-mercaptopurine.

shy

timid.

shy breeder
difficult to get pregnant because of timid disposition and disinclination to copulate.
shy feeder
fussy, finicky eater; difficult to get to eat a full feed.
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Eitan Rechter, one of Kardan's controlling shareholders, said, "We had an option to sell TBIH by the end of 2011, and VIG offered to bring the deal forward.
But Vig, who lives in Hale, fears the cottage will be demolished by whoever buys it and replaced with a modern building.
In VIG, this is called the 'helping question' and is part of the exploration of what might be helpful to both the young person and their family.
As a parent of two RDS children, I would like to praise the efforts of Ms Vig and Ms Barlow, who have put an enormous amount of time and effort into this initiative.
Although born and raised a Protestant, Vig doesn't seem to mind which Christian faith might come to Hesbjerg.
The interactive nature of the VIG personal computer program allows the purchasing managers to control the decision process and to evaluate alternative courses of action instantaneously.
Burns is excellent as Jake Vig, displaying the same sort of cool style and quick wit as George Clooney in Ocean's 11, and is well supported by the under-rated and excellent Paul Giamatti, who plays gang member Gordo.
They should be treated in consultation with an ophthalmologist, who might use topical antivirals, topical steroids, topical antibacterials, or systemic VIG.
The reaction usually resolves itself in less than 3 weeks, but VIG could be indicated in cases of severe or extensive manifestation,
Most cases do not require therapy though VIG may be considered for underlying illness.
The ability of VIG to prevent these adverse fetal outcomes has not been proven and is unlikely to be evaluated in controlled studies, Dr.