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Candida

[′kan·də·də]
(mycology)
A genus of yeastlike, pathogenic imperfect fungi that produce very small mycelia.

Candida

ever faithful to husband. [Br. Lit.: Candida]
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three competitors move to the grand finale: Candido Revilles, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Mary Margaret Yu, Davao City, Philippines; and Natercia Pintor, Lisbon, Portugal.
Candido, Chairman, Department of Anesthesiology, Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at the University of Illinois Hospitals in Chicago reported these results.
When things are going downhill fast, there are two ways you can react, Candido Marez figures.
Fraga, the directors elected are: Candido Bracher, Claudio Luiz da Silva Haddad, Craig Steven Donohue, Fabio de Oliveira Barbosa, Jose Roberto Mendonca de Barros, Julio de Siqueira Carvalho de Araujo, Luiz Stuhlberger, Marcelo Fernandez Trindade, Renato Diniz Junqueira and Rene Marc Kern.
Platt's youngsters looked comfortable early on but once the visiting centre-back Tonel left Paul Robinson stranded with a header from Candido Costa's free-kick six minutes before half time, the game turned on its head.
The visitors could have scooped all three points if on-loan Portuguese midfielder Candido Costa had scored from his two chances either side of the break.
Planning competition for the renovation and expansion of the school zone of San Candido.
Candido, 35, of 174 Providence Road, Grafton, was driving his 2004 Kawasaki ZX1000 motorcycle north on Route 140 near Grafton Street when he collided with a 2007 Honda Accord driven by Hilary Wynne, 28, of 231 Brigham Hill Road, North Grafton.
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DERBY DELIGHT: Candido Costa wheels away in triumph after putting the visitors ahead with Lee Camp in pursuit
In the Spanish-speaking world, it's very important because it ties tradition to religion and distance - we're talking about the Holy Land, thousands of miles away,'' said Candido N.