Hunner

Hun·ner

(hŭn'ĕr),
Guy L., U.S. surgeon, 1868-1957. See: Hunner ulcer, Fenwick-Hunner ulcer.
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If ye see the laird, tell him what ye hear; tell him this makes the twelve hunner and nineteen time that Jennet Clouston has called down the curse on him and his house, byre and stable, man, guest, and master, wife, miss, or bairn -- black, black be their fall
IC is diagnosed with certainty when the cystoscopy findings show Hunner ulcers during the acute phase and a small capacity bladder.
Failure to find sperms in a post coital test, conducted by Max Hunner in 1913, raised the possibility that husband could be responsible for infertility.
Three art schools of Pakistan participated in this contest - Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture, Karachi School of Arts and Hunner Kada, Islamabad.
Awais Sajjad of Pakistan won the title of 70kg category while Amjad Yaseen of Pakistan was second and Afghanistan's Hunner Ahmad third.
In this biography, Hunner (history, New Mexico State U.
Por otro lado, las similitudes entre la cultura de los inmigrantes latinoamericanos y los espanoles facilitan el estudio de esta poblacion en territorio espanol, en contraposicion a otras investigaciones en territorio europeo, donde se han encontrado dificultades en el estudio de poblacion inmigrante debido al idioma, la religion, las diferencias culturales y la influencia de estas variables en los consumos de drogas (Dotinga, Van Den Eijnden, San Jose, Garretsen, y Bosveld, 2002; Penka, Krieg, Hunner, y Heinz, 2003).
TICKET TO RIDE: Greenbank manager Gerry Kinsella with Marcia Hughes from the Charitable Trust,and American golfers,from left, Greg Hunner,Lindsay Dolamore,Jeff Williams and Justin Davidson
Interstitial cystitis was again a focus in the medical literature in 1915 when Hunner described a rare bladder disease of women.
A well landscaped site is a real addition as far as the psychological affects on tenants," says Mark Hunner, regional vice president of The Brickman Group's Chicago office.