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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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Lanugo hair, sebaceous hyperplasia, erythema neonatorum, cutis marmorata and iatrogenic bruises were frequently seen in preterm neonates, whereas miniature puberty, physiological desquamation, milia, neonatal acne, Mongolian spot, miliaria and intertrigo were more frequently seen in term neonates.
The Mia Milia plant serves the municipal areas of Nicosia, Ayios Dometios, Engomi, parts of Strovolos municipality, and part of the occupied area of Nicosia.
Since then it has been an iconic item in Milia M collection's and in many women's wardrobes," Maroun added.
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.
His former 1 student, Jorge Milia, author of De la edad feliz (2006), a delightful and humorous memoir of his days at La Inmaculada, remembers how behind Bergolio's meek, good-natured, sweet face hid a methodical, persevering personality, who, as a "commando of Christ," had vowed to get the boys in good intellectual shape: sacamos buenos (275).
We at Jamia Milia Islamia want to hold a special convention for conferring an honorary doctorate on Aung San Suu Kyi," Jung said during his welcome address at the seminar.
Milia en plak (MEP) eritemli zemin uzerinde multipl milia benzeri kistlerle karakterize ve histolojik olarak multipl keratin kistleri ozelligi gosteren son derece nadir bir milia formudur.
According to police, the car skidded off course, turning over several times and plunged into the valley, killing Milia Fares (born in 1932) and her daughter Tereze Jean Saadeh (born in 1960) and the serious injury of Milia' s husband Jean Saadeh and his brother in law Joseph Balesh.
Milia are tiny, harmless white spots on a newborn that usually disappear by themselves, after you've worried about them for 48 hours solid.
So I found myself feeding the cows in the mountain retreat of Milia in Chania, which promises "silence, spring water, fresh air and organic food".
euro loan to fund the construction of the new bicommunal sewerage treatment plant, in the village of Mia Milia, near the capital Nicosia, and other projects for greater Nicosia relating to the sewerage system.