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Hel·lin

(hel'in),
Dyonizy (Dionys), Polish pathologist, 1867-1935. See: Hellin law.
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This method of rice straw management, according to the Irri, contributes to greenhouse-gas emission and air pollution.'We must create incentives for farmers to stop burning and to do this under the umbrella of enabling legislative framework,' Hellin said.
France's Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) won the 199-kilometres route from Hellin for his first Grand Tour stage win.
France's Julian Alaphilippe (Quick-Step Floors) won the 199-kilometre route from Hellin for his first Grand Tour stage win.
The use of video games, besides being a habitual practice in the adolescents and in the general population (Vivas & Hellin, 2007), has allowed an exponential expansion where the creation of programs computers for the training of motor skills in general, and visual in particular, is increasing.
Ademas, el autoconcepto fisico esta relacionado con los habitos de vida saludable y se ha demostrado que esta inversamente asociado con trastornos de conducta alimentaria (Crocker et al., 2003, 2006; Goni & Rodriguez, 2007) y consumo de sustancias nocivas (Moreno et al., 2009; Moreno-Murcia, Hellin, Gonzalez-Cutre & Martinez-Galindo, 2011; Pastor, Balaguer & Garcia-Merita, 2006), asi como positivamente con la practica de actividad fisica (Dunton, Schneider, Graham & Cooper, 2006; Grao-Cruces, Nuviala, Fernandez-Martinez & Perez-Turpin, 2014b; Reigal Garrido, Videra Garcia, Parra Flores & Juarez Ruiz de Mier, 2012).
Hellin, "Specialty maize varieties in Mexico: a case study in market-driven agro-biodiversity conservation," Journal of Latin American Geography, vol.
Hellin (2002) postulates, "...one of the essential qualities of clinicians is interest in humanity, for the secret of the care of patients is in caring for the patient" (p.