Atala


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Atala

Indian maiden learns too late she can be released from her vow to remain a virgin. [Fr. Lit.: Atala]
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This [proposed] union is illegal and unrealistic," Helen Atala Geara said.
While you may think growing human organs is science fiction, for Dr Atala it's an absolute necessity.
Atala said the pilot study is the first to show that vaginal organs custom-built in the lab using patients' own cells can be successfully used in humans, offering a new option for women who need reconstructive surgeries.
In 2008, Lucky had recorded Atala bragging about his links with Indian policemen.
said Lebanese nationals and Dubai residents Carla Atala and Lima Baba.
Nature Spirits, Spirit Guides, and Ghosts: How to Talk with and Photograph Beings of Other Realms" is a metaphysical guide to the other side as Atala Dorothy Toy discusses the bonds we can make with the creatures of the realms that appear next to our own.
The Atala case had been percolating in the courts for nearly a decade, becoming a major focal point in the fight for gay rights in Chile (NotiSur, May 7, 2010).
Atala was reprinted five times by 1805 and inspired paintings, plays and prints throughout the century.
Abu Dhabi Regenerative medicine is a new approach that can help regenerate damaged body parts, replace cancer-ridden organs with healthy ones to save the lives of many patients who are waiting for donors, said Anthony Atala, a well-renowned doctor based in Florida.
Anthony Atala, director of the Institute for Regenerative Medicine at Wake Forest Baptist Health Center in Winston-Salem, N.
At a session in Bogota, Colombia, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights heard the case of Chilean judge, Karen Atala Riffo.
The significant correlation between income and agricultural information use as revealed by the present study is consistent with the findings of previous investigations such as Osuji (1983) and Atala (1984).