ayni

ayni (īˑ·nē),

n in the Kallawaya system of healing practiced in Bolivia, the communal act of bringing music, money, food, and other supportive items to sustain the motivation, faith, and recovery efforts of a person affected with disease.
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Bu sonuclarla postmenopozal donemde dusunmemiz gerekenin sadece kemik rezorbsiyonunu onlemek veya durdurmak olmamasi gerektigi, yapilabiliyorsa kemik rezorbsiyonunu onlerken ayni zamanda kemik formasyonunu da uyarmayi ihmal etmememiz gerektigi sonucuna varabiliriz.
Bu anlamda, ayni basvuruya AIHM'nin sunacagi olanaklar, ichukuk yolunun sunacagi olanaklardan daha fazla ise, o ichukuk yolunun etkili bir ichukuk yolu olarak kabul edilmesi ihtimali zayiflayacaktir.
A driver of sport utility vehicle (SUV) Sayfiddin Nazarov, 45, resident of Ayni district, lost control over the car on the Khujand-Chanak road and ran into truck KAMAZ, according to the Ministry.
His concert tour will benefit the Ayni Project, which will help fund a school, a hospital and other youth projects in the Quechua communities near La Rosa's hometown of Carhuaz.
2001), Ayni in the global village: Building relationships of reciprocity through international service-learning.
Ayni Teferra of Los Feliz has been bringing her two daughters, Abigail Kassa, 7, and Lea Kassa, 4, into Glendale for more than a year because of the variety of programs and stories that are read aloud to the children.
Uluslararasi bA1/4yA1/4meye yA[paragraph]nelik ayni plan As.
The concept of ayni (EYE-nee) is central to the traditional Quechua way of life.
These small hydropower plants were constructed in Tajikistan's Ayni, Nurabad, Rasht, Tajikabad, Jirgatal, Baljuvan, Tursunzade and Shakhrinav regions.
Dinamik bir kavram olan toplumsal cinsiyet, biyolojik cinsiyetin tersine icinde yasanilan kultur tarafindan etkilenmekte ve kulturden kulture hatta ayni kultur icerisinde farkli sosyal gruplar arasinda da degiskenlik gosterebilmektedir (Bhasin, 2000; Oakley, 1985).