Hellin


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Hel·lin

(hel'in),
Dyonizy (Dionys), Polish pathologist, 1867-1935. See: Hellin law.
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The German schema can be found in Hellin, Constitutio Dogmatica De Ecclesia Lumen Gentium 716-50.
We soon reach the track that leads to Hellin Top Farm and pass to the right of the buildings.
Elsewhere, the author helped colleague Jon Hellin explore the rationalities that encourage farmers in Central America, wisely it seems, to ignore the land management prescriptions of professional Soil Conservationists; and in another case, tried to help learners understand why the redevelopment of despoiled coal-lands in Wales causes controversy (HeIbn and Haigh 2002; Haigh, 1996).
Coverage of the 13th stage of the Tour of Spain, a 150km journey from Hellin to Torre-Pacheco, a relatively flat stage expected to suit the sprinters.
Hellin (International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center, El Batan, Mexico) presents a new paradigm that questions the assumed relationship between soil erosion and productivity.
27) The subject to which he refers is, of course, the painting Syrinx Delivered (1645), by none other than the artist Job van Hellin.
13) See Francisco Gil Hellin, Constitutio dogmatica de divina revelatione Dei verbum, Concilii Vaticani II synopsis in ordinem redigens schemata cure relationibus necnon patrum orationes atque animadversiones (Vatican City: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1993)p.
John Hellin and Sophie Higman, Feeding the Market: South American Farmers, Trade and Globalization (London: ITDG Publishing 2003)
Ardooie, Belgium-headquartered Ardo NV reported that broccoli harvests in the Murcia and Hellin regions of Spain were down by 30% due to slow growth caused by low temperatures.
Two train passengers were injured in the derailment in Hellin in central Albacete province.
Feeding the Market: South American Farmers, Trade and Globalization By Jon Hellin and Sophie Higman Bloomfield, CT: Kumarian Press, 2003