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borane

[′bȯ‚rān]
(inorganic chemistry)
A class of binary compounds of boron and hydrogen; boranes are used as fuels. Also known as boron hydride.
A substance which may be considered a derivative of a boron-hydrogen compound, such as BCl3 and B10H12I2.
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Such programmes are used as tools for the introduction of the Genetic Livestock Improvement programme, which will see indigenous breeds like the Boran being introduced to communities to bring a competitive edge to communal farmers for an enhanced economic participation.
Mapping of quantitative trait loci controlling trypanotolerance in a cross of tolerant West African N'Dama and susceptible East African Boran cattle.
Boran describes the anthology's orchestration as follows, "before Dublin was the Liffey.
According to Boran if near-term government spending does not change, then earnings for most companies are not likely to be affected except for directly affected businesses such as chemicals and oil services.
In brief, ova were collected from live Boran cows in Kapiti Ranch using ovum pick-up (OPU) technology and transported to the laboratory in a warm saline solution (supplemented with 0.
In 12-under hostilities, Yusif Khudhur beat Abdulla Ghair, 8-6, Boran Ikbass defeated Faisal Thekair, 8-2, A.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism State Polyphonic Choir, the Borusan Children's Choir, and soloists soprano Nazly Deniz Boran, countertenor Vasily Khoroshev and baritone Eralp Kyyycy joined the orchestra under the baton of Sascha Goetzel to deliver Orff's opus in generally splendid style.
Boran underlined Jordan's keenness to promote relation with Mexico, noting Jordan's efforts to achieve reforms at political and economic levels.
Acts taking part include Paul Cowley & Tony Stokes (3pm), the Ann Duggan Band (4pm), Kevin Hadley & Jon Boran (5pm), Brian Collins (6pm) and Ade Wakelin (7pm).
Though remote and isolated it is home to numerous tribal groups who have hardly been touched by the 20th century, including the Samburu, Turkana, Rendille, Boran, Gabra, Merille and El Molo.
All molars of the animals were examined under a dissecting microscope and carious lesions were scored by a modification of the Keyes method (Keyes 1958: Lee and Boran 2003).