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Milia

A Russian unit of length equivalent to 24,500 feet, or approximately seven and a half kilometers. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.
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Milia has agreed to remain with BlackRock Advisors, LLC, BCIC's investment advisor, through December 29, 2017.
"Milia are caused by dead skin cells getting trapped in your pores.
Other transient skin conditions seen are milia (5), vernix caseosa (5), acrocyanosis (3), neonatal acne (3), erythema toixcum neonatorum (1) and neonatal alopecia (1).
Our female patient also exhibited numerous milia, benign keratinous cysts that commonly present periorbitally.
Milia Maroun was one of the first major Lebanese designers to side-step haute couture in favor of ready-to-wear when she launched her fashion brand Milia M in 2000.
He talked about the facilities available in Jamia Milia University and requested NRIs to send their children there for excellent education.
The dystrophic forms of EB are characterized by skin fragility, blistering scarring, nail changes and milia formation.
Kazakh Language center was opened in Jamilia Milia Islamia in Delhi in 2008 and is opened for all.
Oscar Grassi, and Jorge Milia, former students of the Pope's whom I found, contacted, and queried at length.
Another body bearing marks of severe torture was found near religious institution Jamia Milia, said police.
According to details, the list of collaborating universities included Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, Jamia Milia, Delhi, NSIT, Delhi, Heritage Institute of Technology, West Bengal, NUCES-ACM (FAST-NU Lahore, GC University, Lahore, Sri Lanka, University of Peradeniya, University of Moratuwa.
Nicolau-Balus sendromu (siringoma, milia ve atrofoderma vermikulata) disinda diger genodermatozlarla iliskisi saptanamamistir (9).