Ibn Sina


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Ibn Sina

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Al discutir la composicion de los cuerpos, ibn Sina rechaza los puntos de vista de los antiguos atomistas como el de an-Nazzam, quien considera que es posible dividir un cuerpo indefinidamente.
The reason we refer to Ibn Sina as the `Prince of Physicians,'" observes Omar al-Haqqi, chief physician at Bukhara Medical College, "is not because he is necessarily the best clinician or experimentalist of all time.
Rosero was effective inside the paint and with Prado directing the floor Ibn Sina tied the game at 58 with 1 minute and 30 seconds left.
SM la Reine Letizia et SAR la Princesse Lalla Salma ont ete egalement saluees par le directeur du CHU Ibn Sina, Abdelkader Rougani, le medecin-chef de l'Institut national d'Oncologie et le directeur general de la Fondation Lalla Salma-Prevention et traitement des cancers, Rachid Bekkali ainsi que par des membres du Conseil d'administration de la Fondation.
Born in 980 in Bukhara, in today's Uzbekistan, Ibn Sina earned royal favour for treating the kings of Bukhara and Hamadan, in today's Iran.
Muscat: Asfandyar CT lifted the Styro Cup after registering a 19-run win against Ibn Sina in a low-scoring final match organised by the Gulf Cricket Centre and held at the municipality ground in Amerat.
The plant will use methanol feedstock from Ibn Sina.
National Methanol Co, better known as Ibn Sina, is 50 per cent owned by Sabic while Celanese Corp and an affiliate of Duke Energy Corp each have a 25 per cent-stake.
These hospitals include Ibn Sina, Jahra, Farwaniya, Zain, NBK hospital, Al Razi and Al Amiri.
A medical source at Ibn Sina hospital confirmed its staff treated three wounded troops, including two from the Republican Guard and a colonel from the army.
Damascus, (SANA) -- The 4th conference of the General Commission of Ibn Sina Hospital on Saturday started itsactivities in cooperation with Ministry of Health at Qafar Souseh Cultural Center, Damascus.
The reformist Jaras website said only ticketed students were allowed into the event in the Ibn Sina amphitheater and guards were posted to keep all others out.