Chanarin

Chan·a·rin

(chan'ă-rin),
I., 20th-century British hematologist. See: Dorfman-Chanarin syndrome.
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According to ministry spokesman Nop Chanarin, Grosdidier expressed scepticism regarding accusations levelled at the Cambodian government of declining human rights and democracy in the Kingdom.
Keratitis ichthyosis deafness syndrome and Chanarin Dorfman syndrome were considered for differential diagnosis.
Azadeh Fatehrad, the exhibition features the works of a group of seven international artists -- Pia Sandstro[THORN]em (Stockholm), Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin (London), Chooc Ly Tan (Paris), Nikolaus Gansterer (Vienna), Leah Fusco (London), Vladimir Nikolic (Belgrade) and Oliver Ressler (Vienna).
Some of the stand out selections include: the 'Holy Bible' which presents the biblical text in photographic form, by Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, and Luigi Ghirri's 'Kodachrome,'and Thomas Demand's 'The Dailies.'
Sep 13-Nov 10 Broomberg & Chanarin: Bandage the knife not the wound
Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin's "People in Trouble Laughing Pushed to the Ground," sheds new light on British imperialism in Ireland.
Chanarin, "Megaloblastic anaemia, cobalamin, and folate," Journal of Clinical Pathology, vol.
Gilbert & George, Elmgreen & Dragset, Broomberg & Chanarin ...
Skacel PO, Hewlett AM, Lewis JD, Lumb M, Nunn JE Chanarin I.
I'm influenced by the photographers Broomberg and Chanarin and writers such as Samuel Beckett.
Comparable results were reported by Chanarin and Metz.12