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men·in

(men'in),
Tumor suppressor gene product that is defective in multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 1 (MEN 1).
[multiple endocrine neoplasia + -in]
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Abigail was among more than 60 students and teachers on the battlefield tour of France and Belgium when she paid her respects to Pte Kearney at one of the Menin Gate's poignant ceremonies.
Hundreds later gathered for the sounding of the Last Post at the Menin Gate.
Mr Hussein, from Hackney, east London, who now lives in Ypres, said: "Since 1927 the Last Post has been sounded here at the Menin Gate by the Last Post Association, people of Ypres, paying respect to those who fell here in the Ypres Salient during the First World War.
The Menin Gate Memorial to the Missing at Ypres, Belgium is dedicated to the British and Commonwealth soldiers who were killed in the Ypres Salient of World War One whose graves are unknown.
The Menin Gate records 54,000 names of soldiers killed around Ypres who have no known grave.
It's definitely one of the special (wins)," said Menin, who dedicated the victory to fellow senior Erin Kelly (sidelined with food poisoning).
The "we that are left" were Jack, 104-year-old Harry Patch and Arthur Halestrap, 103 - special guests at the 75th anniversary of the Menin Gate Memorial in Belgium which carries the names of 54,896 missing soldiers.
Though menin is well-known for its ability to suppress endocrine tumors, researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have discovered that it is also a key player in the development of some forms of acute leukemia.
We will then travel on to tour battlefields in Flanders and the Somme, and to attend the Armistice Day Ceremonies at the Menin Gate in Ieper on November 11.
00 Battlefields of World War One A fascinating journey re-tracing events of WW1 Departs 15 August & 17 October 2014 A century on from 'the war to end all wars', visit some of the conflict's most important sites and witness the haunting 'Last Post' ceremony at the Menin Gate.
The cadets also took part in the famous Last Post Ceremony at The Menin Gate in Ypres.
The highlight of the visit was participating in the last post ceremony at the Menin Gate.