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The traditional religious rite—the Brith Milah—of circumcision as practised by Jews; it is performed by the 8th day of life, not by a physician, but rather by a mohel, pron moil
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For skeptics on the ability of investors and markets to overcome patterns of value destruction: long term trends suggest that the next stock market crisis is due to start in April 2015 and last for 11 months, with the usual negative impacts on economies all around, says Bris.
The BRIS (Beach Ridges Interspersed with Swales) soils are the sandy marine deposits, which mainly developed along with a narrow belt ranging from 3 to 12 km fringing the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
To our knowledge, our previous study is the only one containing benchmark data on CNS drug use for veterans with BRIs [2].
Campden & Chorleywood Food Research Association and BRI have merged to form Campden BRI.
Perhaps the most fun is had with the cross-dressing director De Bris and his mincing aide de camp, played by Roger Bart.
There was an increasing number of Swedish children who sent e-mail to BRIS, a Swedish organisation for children's rights in society, in June and July this year.
Gary Beach, as "Springtime" director Roger De Bris (a Tony winner for this perf), and his "common-law assistant" Carmen Ghia (Josh Prince) take two already ribald characters and push them into a camp netherworld.
The Jewish ritual of circumcision, or Bris Milah, is an example of a religious ceremony that has health implications in which nurses could be involved.
Tenders are invited for Transformation of the old Ty Bris station into Ty Bris communal lodge in Saint-Gelven
At the same time Fitch Ratings Indonesia has affirmed the National Ratings on BRI, Mandiri, BNI, PT Bank Tabungan Negara (Persero) Tbk (BTN), BRIS and the ratings of two of Mandiri's subsidiaries - PT Bank Mandiri Taspen (Bank Mantap) and PT Mandiri Tunas Finance (MTF).
The deadly shooting took place during a bris, or baby-naming ceremony.
Among the most improved countries, the indicators that stood out were related to government and business efficiency as well as productivity, according to Arturo Bris, the center's director.