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electronystagmograph

 [e-lek″tro-nis-tag´mo-graf]
the instrument used in electronystagmography; abbreviated ENG.

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Abbreviation for electronystagmography.

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electronystagmography.

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Abbreviation for electronystagmography.

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enzootic nasal granuloma.
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Engen is therefore an obvious partner for us--they are not only a solid African business but have an extensive retail network across the continent, which can benefit consumers.
generally accepted accounting principles, (i) Engen will issue ordinary shares, representing up to 10.
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Findus UK managing director Vidar Engen feels that Novelli's involvement produces a more flovoursome product and underscores the use of real ingredients.
The school was founded some 15 years ago by Kari Engen, also of Bethesda, who, while working as a missionary in Guatemala, found that many children living in that section of the capital could not afford even the basic expenses, such as the cost of uniforms, associated with going to public schools.
Supported by a who's who list of global corporations and worth 25,000 Swiss francs, the Sustainability Leadership Award went to Travis Engen because of his personal commitment to sustainable business practices.
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Evidence of clear-cut leadership differences between men and women remains contentious (van Engen, van der Leeden, & Willemsen, 2001).
Despite our efforts over the years to bring the Jonquiere Soderberg lines up to today's environmental and technological standards, the reality is that this technology has a limited life span," says Travis Engen, president and CEO of Alcan.