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enEnglish deGerman
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minor Bagatell-
minor Minderjährige
minor Minderjähriger
minor Minor
minor Moll
minor Moll (Tongeschlecht)
minor Nebenfach (Schule)
minor geringer
minor kleiner
minor lässlich
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enEnglish esSpanish
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minor frívolo
minor fútil
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A minor La menor
E minor mi menor
enEnglish etEstonian
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A minor a-moll
E minor e-moll
enEnglish frFrench
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minor gueule noire
minor mineur
2 words
A minor mineur
Epilepsy, Minor PETIT MAL
enEnglish jaJapanese
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A minor イ短調
E minor イ短調
enEnglish plPolish
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A minor a-moll
enEnglish ruRussian
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A minor ля минор
enEnglish srSerbian
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A minor а-мол
enEnglish ukUkrainian
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A minor ля мінор
enEnglish viVietnamese
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A minor La thứ
enEnglish zhChinese
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A minor A小調
enEnglish ptPortuguese
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minor insignificante
2 words
enEnglish caCatalan
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minor menor
minor mode menor
enEnglish eoEsperanto
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minor bagatela
minor minora
minor negrava
enEnglish ioIdo
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minor ministo
enEnglish itItalian
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minor minore
enEnglish nlDutch
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minor beuzelachtig
minor goedaardig
minor luizig
minor onbeduidend
minor onbelangrijk
minor onbetekenend
minor onnozel
enEnglish svSwedish
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minor oviktig
deGerman enEnglish
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Minor minor
laLatin enEnglish
2 words
Brittania Minor Brittany
laLatin brBreton
2 words
Brittania Minor Breizh
laLatin cyWelsh
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Brittania Minor Llydaw
laLatin deGerman
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Brittania Minor Bretagne
laLatin esSpanish
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Brittania Minor Bretaña
laLatin frFrench
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Brittania Minor Bretagne
laLatin gaIrish
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Brittania Minor an Bhriotáin
laLatin gdScottish Gaelic
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Brittania Minor A' Bhreatann Bheag
laLatin itItalian
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Brittania Minor Bretagna
laLatin kwCornish
2 words
Brittania Minor Breten Vyghan
Epilepsy, Absence definition: A childhood seizure disorder characterized by rhythmic electrical brain discharges of generalized onset. Clinical features include a sudden cessation of ongoing activity usually without loss of postural tone. Rhythmic blinking of the eyelids or lip smacking frequently accompanies the SEIZURES. The usual duration is 5-10 seconds, and multiple episodes may occur daily. Juvenile absence epilepsy is characterized by the juvenile onset of absence seizures and an increased incidence of myoclonus and tonic-clonic seizures. (Menkes, Textbook of Child Neurology, 5th ed, p736)
Seizures, Absence definition: Epilepsy characterized by absence seizures.
Seizures, Absence definition: The seizure seen in absence epilepsy, consisting of a sudden momentary break in consciousness of thought or activity, often accompanied by automatisms or clonic movements, especially of the eyelids.
Petit Mal Seizure definition: Generalized seizure that manifests in a form of a brief episode of impairment of consciousness with or without accompanying motor phenomena such as clonic-tonic components, automatisms, or autonomic components.
Minors definition: A person who has not attained the age at which full civil rights are accorded.
Sydenham's chorea definition: WHAT: Chorea. Chorea (Sydenham's): a neurological disorder characterized by purposeless, rapid, involuntary movements, emotional lability, and muscular weakness. WHY: Sydenham's chorea is seen in rheumatic fever. The chorea may be associated with other rheumatic manifestations or it may present as the sole expression of rheumatic fever. HOW: Typically, the onset of chorea is gradual, with irritability, uncooperativeness, fits of anger, crying, and inappropriate behavior present before the choreiform movements are noted. The movements are rapid and jerky, unlike the slower, rhythmic motion seen in athetosis. Characteristically, on raising his arms above the head, the patient turns the arms so as to oppose the backs of the hands. The patient is unable to sustain a tetanic muscular contraction. On squeezing an examiner's hand the patient can only provide a repetitive, spasmodic grip which is overly pronated and is similar to the motion of milking a cow (milk-maid's grip). The patient's facial expression alternates between frowning, grinning and grimacing. His tongue darts in and out of his mouth. His speech is slurred and vacillates between a halting and an explosive rhythm. The deep tendon reflexes tend to be pendular, i.e., when the knee jerk is elicited with the patient sitting, the leg swings back and forth four or five times like a pendulum, rather than one or two times as in a normal person. Chorea is most common prior to puberty, and in females. It is occasionally seen in adult women but never in adult men. REFS: 1) Jones criteria (revised) for guidance in the diagnosis of rheumatic fever. Circulation 32:664, 1965. 2) Cooper, IS: Involuntary Movement Disorders. New York: Hoeber, 1969.
chorea minor definition: acute, usually self-limited disorder of early life, usually between ages 5 and 15, or during pregnancy, and closely linked with rheumatic fever; characterized by involuntary movements that gradually become severe, affecting all motor activities including gait, arm movements, and speech; called also Sydenham's, acute, juvenile, or simple chorea, or St. Vitus dance.
Minor definition: Lesser or smaller in amount, extent, or size.
minor definition: [1] kleiner [2]
minor definition: Mineur.
Moll definition: [1] ein Tongeschlecht einer Klangverbindung, deren Charakteristikum eine kleine Terz im Verhältnis zum Grundton ist
Bretagne definition: [1] Region im Nordwesten Frankreichs
a-Moll definition: [1] meist ohne Artikel: eine Tonart des Tongeschlechts Moll
e-Moll definition: [1] meist ohne Artikel, Musik: eine Tonart des Tongeschlechts Moll

Sequence organization and cytological localization of the minor satellite of mouse.

A K Wong et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 23 Dec 1988

Hemangioma in minor salivary glands: real or illusion

Irulandy Ponniah et al.

Diagnostic Pathology , 17 Aug 2006

Pleomorphic adenoma of minor salivary gland in the parapharyngeal space

Bipin T Varghese et al.

World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 25 Feb 2003

Identification of the minor guanylated tRNA of rabbit reticulocytes

Walter R. Farkas et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Oct 1976

The role of minor groove functional groups in DNA hydration

Kristen Kruger Woods et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Mar 2003

Protein and drug interactions in the minor groove of DNA

Zdenek Morávek et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Mar 2002

Hydrogen bond geometry in DNA-minor groove binding drug complexes.

L Tabernero et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Sep 1996

Efficient priming of PCR with short oligonucleotides conjugated to a minor groove binder.

I Afonina et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 01 Jul 1997

Visualisation of extensive water ribbons and networks in a DNA minor-groove drug complex.

A Guerri et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 15 Jun 1998

Structural analysis of the binding modes of minor groove ligands comprised of disubstituted benzenes

Cheryl A. Hawkins et al.

Nucleic Acids Research , 15 Feb 2001

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