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ISAAC

Acronym for International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood. The study reported its findings, in over 400,000 children in 56 countries, in April, 1998.
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"On the very top of Sir Isaac's papers," explained Harker, "there was a threatening letter from a man named Hugo.
He was a sort of body servant and bodyguard of Sir Isaac. You see, Sir Isaac was in some fear of assault.
Do you remember that silly talk about how old Isaac could always play his fish?
Fin, also 10, has Type 1 diabetes and after he had a blood sugar crash at his birthday party, pal Isaac, from the Rhondda, realised he wanted to do something to help his friend.
They are an ordinary working-class family from North London, but their youngest son Isaac has just finished filming a major Hollywood movie.
"Kerala BJP will sue and prosecute Finance Minister Thomas Isaac for his defamatory statement on May 6," said PS Sreedharan Pillai on Tuesday.
The surgery was required after Isaac was born with underdeveloped kidneys.
At four years of age, Isaac Dsouza is already getting recognition at his mother's workplace as the first child of a FedEx team member in the in the Middle East, Indian Subcontinent and Africa region to have a plane named after him in the global fleet of FedEx aircraft.
Upon closer historical inspection, it turns out that Isaac Newton was a person who took credit from others, and crushed the reputations of those to whom he owed most.
Detectives investigating a spate of damage to the plot, at Blackley Cemetery in north Manchester, have warned the crooks responsible that they have caused 'unnecessary and unspeakable pain' to Mr Isaac's family.