Balint

Ba·lint

(bā'lint),
Rudolph, Hungarian neurologist and psychiatrist, 1874-1930. See: Balint syndrome.
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Goals from Gary Jones and Balint Bajner turned the game on its head before Niall Canavan rescued a point for Mark Robins' men four minutes from time.
But the Magpies hit back to level through Gary Jones and were heading for only their second home win since October when Balint Bajner climbed off the bench to score.
Balint Bajner has failed to score in ten games for Ipswich and now Notts County.
RETURN Winger Luke Freeman is likely to be back for the leaders Bristol City Notts Co v Chesterfield Shaun Derry has clean bill of health but Kaiyne Woolery and Balint Bajner could start again for County.
NOTTS County have banning the whole of Hungary from using the club's offi-cial Facebook page after being bombarded with messages about new signing Balint Bajner.
The relationship between patient and medical practitioner was left unexamined, except by a few pioneers like Balint.
The lyrical poetry is coming straight from a lyre--unique but distantly related to Balint Balassi, whose poems had been written as songs, to be sung, to be played, to be chanted.
Within 20 minutes of enrolling with an online dating agency, the soldier had found Sandra Balint - the woman of his dreams.
Agent Balint Kovacs said: "His club have agreed to let him travel to Celtic.
As well, regular Balint groups could help with self-reflection and self-care.
They cover vascular cognitive development; cognitive and behavioral disorders according to stroke site and side; motor and gestural disorders; aphasic, arthric, calculation, and auditory disorders; hemineglect, Anton-Babinski, and right hemisphere syndromes; visual agnosia and Balint syndrome; executive and memory disorders; behavioral and mood disorders; and dementia and the management of vascular cognitive impairment.