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The maximum elongation rate in this trail was 283% consistent with Ivan Matev, who reported that after metacarpal lengthening, 92 thumb deficiency patients obtained length improvement that varied from 20 to 45 mm (average 35 mm) or equal to the length of the thumb proximal phalange [7].
For example, a 2005 documentary by Monika Borgman and Lokman Slim told the story of the Sabra and Shatila massacres through the testimony of six former Phalange militiamen who participated.
The sources added that some groups are trying to get even with the current leader of the Lebanese Forces, Samir Geagea and some factions affiliated with the Western-backed March 14 alliance, by curbing the influence of Nadim Gemayel inside the Phalange party.
Not one Lebanese could possibly believe that a Phalange official - whose party worked with Israeli forces in the summer of 1982 to orchestrate and carry out the killing of thousands of defenseless Palestinian refugees in the Sabra and Shatilla refugee camps - could truly be concerned about the Palestinian sense of belonging, identity and right of return.
Sami Gemayel, a member of the Phalange party, said it would be unconstitutional.
The interior dilemmas and loss experienced by these protagonists are vivid and heartbreakingnevertheless this group finds momentum and optimism and as the title predicts hope for an end to their chilling oppression by the Phalange.
Both Assi and al-Maruni were supporters of the Christian Phalange party, a member of Lebanon's ruling coalition.
It could hold the key to exposing the ultra-right wing Scottish Phalange - who claim to have infiltrated the SNP.
The far-right group, calling themselves Scottish Phalange, are linked to the Inter- national Third Position.
Shaffer (1994) cited the recovery of a proximal phalange of an elk from an Early Caddo Indian archaeological site (41DT11) in Delta County in northeast Texas.
That led to the other peacekeeping force's withdrawal, setting the stage for Phalange militiamen to slaughter "more than 600 unarmed women, children, elderly and disabled." McFarlane sums it up this way: "For Weinberger to have precipitated the betrayal of [U.S.
The Phalange Party expressed skepticism at the timing of this celebration and its suspicious targets, calling on the Interior Ministry and the concerned judicial authorities to take action by prosecuting the event organizers and preventing its recurrence.