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  • 1 MED TV — is an International Kurdish satellite TV station with studios in London, England and Denderleeuw, Belgium. MED TV broadcast programs mainly in six languages, Kurdish (Sorani and Kurmanji dialects), Zaza, English, Arabic, Assyrian and Turkish. MED …

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  • 2 Med-Fi — Sommaire 1 Introduction 1.1 La med fi et ses « grands frères » 2 Origine 2.1 Influences …

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  • 3 med — mȇd m <G mȅda> DEFINICIJA 1. pčel. sladak gust sok što ga pčele tvore od nektara koji skupljaju na cvjetovima [bagremov med; livadski med; med od maslačka (maslačkov med); šumski med] 2. pren. slast, ugoda FRAZEOLOGIJA (imati) kao ciganka… …

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  • 4 med-1 —     med 1     English meaning: to measure; to give advice, healing     Deutsche Übersetzung: “messen, ermessen”     Material: A. O.Ind. masti f. “das Messen, Wägen” (*med tis, with in isolierten word not rũckgängig gemachtem alteration from d t… …

    Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • 5 Med-X — Origin El Paso, Texas, United States Genres Hardcore punk Years active 2003–present Website myspace.com/medx …

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  • 6 med. — med. med. (fork. for medicinae); dr.med.; cand.med.; stud.med …

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  • 7 med — [med] adj [only before noun] informal an abbreviation of ↑medical ▪ med school ▪ a med student …

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  • 8 med. — med. (medical) n. of or concerning the science or practice of medicine med. (medicine) n. the science or practice of medicine med. (medieval) n. of the Middle Ages med. (medium) n. something intermediate, mean; means of communication by which a… …

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  • 9 med — *med, *medi, *meþ, *mid, *midi; germ., Präposition: nhd. mit; ne. with; Rekontruktionsbasis: got., an., ae., afries., anfrk., as., ahd.; Etymologie …

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  • 10 MED-TV —    MED TV was the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) affil iated television station that began broadcasting from Great Britain and Belgium to Kurdistan and the Middle East, as well as Europe, in 1995. Its name was taken from the Medes, an ancient… …

    Historical Dictionary of the Kurds

  • 11 med — med1 [med] adj. Informal medical [med school] med2 abbrev. 1. medical 2. medicine 3. medieval 4. medium …

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  • 12 MED — ist die Abkürzung für: Minimale Erythemdosis, in der Richtlinie der Internationalen Beleuchtungskommission als Grenzwert zur Beurteilung der UV Strahlenexposition zu finden den IATA Code des Flughafen von Medina (Madinah) in Saudi Arabien ein… …

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  • 13 med — /med/, Informal. adj. 1. medical: med school. n. 2. medicine. [1890 95; by shortening] * * * …

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  • 14 Med — n the Med BrE informal the Mediterranean Sea or the area surrounding it …

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  • 15 med-2 —     med 2     English meaning: to swell     Deutsche Übersetzung: ‘schwellen”?     Material: Gk. μέζεα (Hesiod), μέδεα (Archil.), μήδεα (Hom.; lies μέδεα?) “männliche Genitalien”; μεστός “full”; M.Ir. mess m. (*med tu ) “Eicheln, Eichelmast,… …

    Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • 16 med|ic — med|ic1 «MEHD ihk», noun. Informal. 1. a soldier or sailor in the medical corps who is trained to perform medical services, especially giving first aid in combat: »Army medics knocked out their [Korean POWs ] malaria (Newsweek). 2. a medical… …

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  • 17 MED — es un acrónimo que puede referirse a: Mujeres en el Desarrollo Medición Electrónica de Distancias Esta página de desambiguación cataloga artículos relacionados con el mismo título. Si llegaste aquí a través de …

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  • 18 Med. — Med., bei Pflanzennamen Abkürzung für Friedrich Kasimir Medicus, geb. 1736 in Grumbach, gest. 15. Juli 1808 als Gartendirektor von Schwetzingen und Mannheim. Schrieb: »Über einige künstliche Geschlechter aus der Malvenfamilie« (Mannh. 1737),… …

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  • 19 Med.Gr. — Med. Gr. abbr. Medieval Greek. * * * …

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  • 20 MED — [Abk. für maximale Einzeldosis]: ↑ Maximaldosis …

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