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(tō'kĕr),
Cyril, 20th-century U.S. pathologist. See: Toker cell.
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Some internet users are circumventing the social media blocks by using a virtual private network, which masks the location of a computer, Toker said.
Erkan Kaba, Kemal Ayalp (1), Tugba Cosgun, Alper Toker (1)
Ibrahim Toker, Department of Emergency Medicine, Mersin University School of Medicine, Mersin, Turkey
Lee, "Depigmented genital extramammary Paget's disease: a possible histogenetic link to Toker's clear cells and clear cell papulosis," Journal of Cutaneous Pathology, vol.
Owned and trained by Philip Lynch in County Wexford, Toker Forest had reached the final unbeaten and his sectional time improved with each round.
Toker concluded: "There is already one drug in use that inhibits one of the key enzymes in this pathway.
However, this time, the block was way shorter than usual -- a little less than two hours, according to Toker.
and her husband, Kenneth Bjorklund of Oxford; five siblings, Jane Royer, Eleanor Toker, Paula Bouthiller, James Courtney and Eugene Courtney; 22 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
7.54 (450m): Eden Rex, Toker Fortune, What Will Be (M), Hard To Bare (M), Pinpoint Lily (M), Droopy's Dexter (W).
Kaufmann, and America s Most Extraordinary House (Franklin Toker).
"In my opinion, Erdogan is like an athlete permitted to use illegal steroids or drugs yet permitted to compete," said Cem Toker, head of Turkey's opposition Liberal Democrat Party (LDP) who has written extensively about Turkey's electoral system.
The projects include $50 million for construction of an electricity carrier line between Babanousa and Adliya and another $50 million to finance the Delta Toker agricultural project as part of its previous pledges to the Eastern Sudan Reconstruction and Development Fund.