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Ka·shin

(kah'shin),
Nikolai I., Russian orthopedist, 1825-1872. See: Kashin-Bek disease.
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Jeanne is survived by her three children, Robert "Andy" Mueller and wife Alexandra of White Sands, NM, Thomas Mueller and wife Cathy of Clarksville, TN, and Catherine Guinn and husband Rollie of Uniontown, OH; seven grandchildren, Kashina, Alina, Ethan, Lin May, Madeline, Zachary, and Jacob; and great-granddaughters, Aniah, and Reyna.
The project also featured a bi-communal web TV project whose team was mentored by Gunperi Sisman, as well as Founder of Roads & Keys Angela Kashina mentored by Loacal Founder Aysem Zorlu.
Kashina, "Cell biology of embryonic migration," Birth Defects Research Part C--Embryo Today: Reviews, vol.
Similarly to Estonia, anthropomorphic pendants found from the neighbouring areas--especially from the Baltic countries, north-west Russia and southern Scandinavia--represent forms rather similar to the ones from Tamula (see also Gurina 1997; Studzitskaya 1985; Nunez 1986; Butrimas 2000; Irsenas 2000; 2010; Larsson 2000; Kashina 2006).
Assessments of disease incidence (%) in the field were backed up by graft inoculation as described by Kashina et al.
Anna Kashina (author); MISTRESS OF THE SOLSTICE; Dragonwell Publishing (Fiction: Fantasy) 15.95 ISBN: 9780983832041
Wrede ('Stronger than Time'); Siobhan Carroll ('Remains'); Lucy A Snyder ('The Cold Blackness Between'); and Anna Kashina ('Solstice Maiden').
This extended the notion of (higher) Schur-indicators to all finite-dimensional Hopf algebras, and has since become a valuable tool for the study of these algebras Kashina et al.