Azat

Origin : Tatar,

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Azat Expression, Azat Soul Urge, Azat Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Azat:

additionalMeans "free" in Tatar, ultimately from Persian.

songs

Songs about Azat:

songsDige Azat Badam Miad by Afshin from the Album Maach

songsAkhe Mage Chizi Azat Kam Mishe by Farhad Javaherkalam from the Album Don't Act Up!

songsAzat by Atilla Y?lmaz from the Album Vaktidir

songsAzat by Tansel Karaduman from the Album Her Gece

songsAzat by Atilla Y?lmaz from the Album Vaktidir

songsAzat (Remix) by Tansel Karaduman from the Album Her Gece

songsAzat astvatsn & Ter kedzo by Marc Clos, Hespèrion XXI Jordi Savall from the Album Armenian Spirit (Esprit d'Arménie)

books

Books about Azat:

booksJoe & Azat by Jesse Lonergan (Nov 1, 2009)

booksAzat bemi kh?sk?er (Armenian Edition) by A?andzar (Jan 1, 1912)

booksJensi Mc KENSEY masnavor yev gortsy Azat Khaghal Puffs (Armenian Edition) by Z.Z. Rox Orpo (Aug 25, 2014)

booksBy Azat Mardan Practical Node.js: Building Real-World Scalable Web Apps (1st Edition) by Azat Mardan (Jul 24, 2014)

booksAzat Ankum (Armenian translation of "Free Fall: Collected Short Stories") by Leonardo P. Alishan and Gourgen Arzoumanian (2011)

booksBZHSHKEAN Minas (BZHSHKIAN ) Chemaran giteleats' or e hamar o t teghekut'iwn harkawor gitut'eants' azat by BZHSHKEAN Minas (BZHSHKIAN ) (1818)

booksPractical Node.js: Building Real-World Scalable Web Apps by Mardan, Azat (2014) Paperback by Azat Mardan (1011)

wiki

Wiki information Azat:

Azat

Azat was a class of Armenian nobility; the term came to designate the middle and lower nobility originally, in contrast to the naxararkʿ who were the great lords. From the Late Middle Ages on the term and its derivatives were used to designate the...

Azathioprine
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A purine analogue with cytotoxic and immunosuppressive activity. Azathioprine is a prodrug that is converted by hepatic xanthine oxidase to its active metabolite 6-mercaptopurine (6-MP). 6-MP is further metabolized by hypoxanthine-guanine...