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  • Sham peer review — or malicious peer review is a name given to the abuse of a medical peer review process to attack a doctor for personal or other non medical reasons.[1] The American Medical Association conducted an investigation of medical peer review in 2007 and …   Wikipedia

  • Sham (horse) — Thoroughbred racehorse infobox horsename= Sham sire= Pretense grandsire = Endeavour dam= Seqoia damsire= Princequillo colour= bay sex= Stallion foaled= 1970 country= USA breeder= Claiborne Farm owner= Claiborne Farm Sigmund Sommer trainer= Frank… …   Wikipedia

  • 2010 Chechen Parliament attack — Location Grozny (Chechnya, Russia) Date 19 October 2010 08:45 (04:45 UTC) Target Parliament of Chechnya, Grozny Attack type S …   Wikipedia

  • Jund al-Sham — (Arabic: جند الشام, Soldiers of Greater Syria [http://www.guardian.co.uk/worldlatest/story/0,, 6681498,00.html] ) is believed to have first appeared in Afghanistan in 1999, the group was established by Syrians and Palestinians with links to Abu… …   Wikipedia

  • Camp Chapman attack — Location Khost Province, Afghanistan Date December 30, 2009 Target CIA facility Attack type Suicide bombing …   Wikipedia

  • Remix Attack — Album par AAA Sortie 23 mars 2006 Durée 1:12:30 Genre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Remix Attack — Infobox Album | Name = REMIX ATTACK Type = Album Artist = Released = start date|2006|03|23 Recorded = Genre = J pop Length = Label = avex trax Producer = - Last album = ATTACK (2006) This album = REMIX ATTACK (2006) Next album = ALL (2007) REMIX… …   Wikipedia

  • feint — (n.) 1670s, from Fr. feinte a feint, sham, abstract noun from O.Fr. feint (13c.) false, deceitful, originally fem. pp. of feindre (see FEIGN (Cf. feign)). Borrowed late 13c. as adj., but now obsolete in that sense. The verb is from early 14c.,… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Battle of Malmö — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Lund caption=Battle of Malmø, by Johan Philip Lemke. partof=the Scanian War date=June 26 1677 place=Malmö result=Swedish victory combatant1= combatant2= commander1=Fabian von FersenKIA… …   Wikipedia

  • faint — faint, feint Both words come from the same Old French root feindre ‘to feign’. Faint is used as an adjective meaning ‘indistinct, pale’ or ‘feeling dizzy’, as a noun meaning ‘a loss of consciousness’, and as a verb meaning ‘to lose consciousness’ …   Modern English usage

  • feint — faint, feint Both words come from the same Old French root feindre ‘to feign’. Faint is used as an adjective meaning ‘indistinct, pale’ or ‘feeling dizzy’, as a noun meaning ‘a loss of consciousness’, and as a verb meaning ‘to lose consciousness’ …   Modern English usage


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