Marek


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Ma·rek

(mah'rek),
Josef, Hungarian veterinarian and pathologist, 1868-1952. See: Marek disease virus.
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When Jake went out, Marek crawled along the floor and stuffed up the door-crack again.
Marek slid cautiously toward us and began to exhibit his webbed fingers.
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Ambassador Marek Calke emphasized the commitment of the Republic of Poland to the norms and principles of international law and once more expressed the support of his country to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Azerbaijan within its international borders.
Michal Marek, 36, was killed off the coast of Malin Head, Co Donegal.
SeaChange has promoted Marek Kielczewski to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to lead its technology innovation and execution.
She and her Oregon real estate boyfriend, Chris Marek, are officially dating.
The composer Martin Marek died in 2014 after having lain in a coma in hospital for a long time, preceded by his having lived homeless on the very margins of society.
Marek Disease Virus: molecular approach to the virus and host immune response
Based on the signalment, clinical signs, and EMG findings, the tentative diagnosis was peripheral neuritis secondary to Marek's disease (gallid herpesvirus 2).
Dave Marek and his team have created a concept that encapsulates the direction that Acuras to come will exhibit.
The DB10, the brainchild of former Teesside Polytechnic student Marek Reichman, was estimated to go for between PS1m and PS1.5m.