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bear

(bâr)
n.
a. Any of various usually omnivorous mammals of the family Ursidae that have a shaggy coat and a short tail and walk with the entire lower surface of the foot touching the ground.
b. Any of various other animals, such as the koala, that resemble a true bear.
(1) A subculture in gay/bisexual male communities with events, codes and culture-specific identity that hinge around a hypermasculine identity
(2) A member of a subculture of gay/bisexual males who is hairy and often bearded. Some bears have embraced transgendered as well as non-gendered individuals

bear

see ursus, brunus edwardii and koala. Species of less legitimate lineage include Pooh, Paddington and Brideshead bears.
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Takipleri esnasinda GIB artisi gozlenen hastalarin enjeksiyon oncesi GIB ortalamalari 16,47 [+ or -] 2,8 mmHg iken, artis saptanmayan hastalarin enjeksiyon oncesi GIB ortalamalari 14,78 [+ or -] 2,4 mmHg idi.
Once the gib is removed, inspect it, and look for wear.
GIB is owned by the six Gulf Cooperation Council countries, with Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund being the major shareholder.
Uygulanan enjeksiyon sonrasi konjonktival hemoraji, goz agrisi, goz ici inflamasyon, vitreusta ucusmalar, GIB artisi, katarakt gelisimi, retina dekolmanindan; endoftalmiye varabilecek kadar ciddi komplikasyonlarla karsilasilabilmektedir.
The deal will be yet another listing in Saudi Arabia for GIB Capital, which has taken part in local IPOs of a combined value of over USD5bn (EUR3.
Yahya Alyahya, GIB's CEO, said, 'We are confident the new name, GIB Capital, will position the company better for future growth in the capital markets business in the Kingdom and the GCC as a whole.
This is the second year that GIB is commemorating World Earth Day with tree planting.
Manama: Bahrain-based Gulf International Bank (GIB) yesterday announced the appointment of Osamah Mohammed Shaker as the new chief executive of GIB Capital, its wholly owned subsidiary in Saudi Arabia.
In addition the agency pointed out that although refinancing risk has increased across geographies, GIB continues to successfully tap the capital markets and its debt service capacity remains good.
A transfer to the private sector will allow the GIB to maximise investment into green energy projects by attracting greater private sector investment, which has so far been constrained by rules governing how public bodies can raise capital.
The Abu Dhabi office has enjoyed continued growth since its beginnings as a GIB subsidiary in 1990, and its upgrade to a wholesale branch will launch an active franchise in the GCC.