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men·in

(men'in),
Tumor suppressor gene product that is defective in multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 1 (MEN 1).
[multiple endocrine neoplasia + -in]
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And beyond it, under the vaulting dome of Menin Gate, a Welsh male voice choir sang "Pack Up Your Troubles".
Rank: Private Regiment: Welsh Regiment Age: 27 Date of death: 8-5-1915 Buried at: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial Hafod Street E O'Brien Husband of Mrs E O'Brien (formerly Davies), of 2 Hafod Street.
Time to remember: Albion's Under-12s laid a wreath at the Menin Gate, where former Baggies player Harold Bache, below, is commemorated, during their trip to Belgium.
Other sites visited included the Sanctuary Wood Trenches and Museum, the Vimy Ridge Trench reconstructions and monument and the Menin Gate where, in a particularly poignant ceremony, students laid a wreath in memory of soldiers from Saltburn who fell in the Great War.
You don't hear a peep out of them when we have laid a wreath at Menin Gate in the past."
Groups lay wreaths in remembrance of the 54,000 missing men whose names listed on the panels of the Menin Gate mark their passing in the First World War.
Bruce Menin is the board chair of the Tenement Museum and managing principal of Crescent Heights, the nation's largest residential and hotel condominium development company.
MEMORIAL: The opening of the Menin Gate in Belgium in 1927; EMOTIONAL DAY: Jack Davis, centre, a 107-year-old veteran of World War I, prepares to lay a wreath in memory of fallen comrades at the Menin Gate, Ypres; YOUNG RECRUIT: Jack Davis in 1915
KICKER: Veteran Jack Davis, 107, prepares to lay a wreath at the Menin Gate, Ypres
Rank: Private Regiment: Welsh Regiment Age: 39 Date of death: 8-5-1915 Buried at: Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial Abraham Ernest Heins Son of Albert Louie and Eliza Heins, of 36, Kent Street, Lower Grange, Cardiff; husband of Sarah Caroline Heins, of 24, Wilfred Street, Kenyon Lane, Moston, Manchester.
The team cycled 300 miles from the hospital to the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, which is dedicated to the memory of over 54,000 soldiers killed in the Ypres Salient in World War I and whose graves are unknown.
Joining colleagues from Devon and Staffordshire fire brigades, they will march through the Menin Gate in full ceremonial clothes.