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Melo

 

a city in northeastern Uruguay; the capital of the department of Cerro Largo. Population, 33,700 (1963). It is connected with the city of Montevideo by railroad and highway. Melo is the center of an agricultural region and has trade in hides, wool, grains, and livestock. It was founded in 1795.

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When faced with an adverse environment, animals in general have the option of moving away from it; plants cannot do that," notes plant biologist Anastasios Melis of the University of California, Berkeley.
After asking the candidate questions, the committee approved the nomination of Melis Turganbayev for the Interior Minister.
We need to approve the draft law until June," head of State Financial Intelligence Service Melis Mambetjanov said.
People know that close cronies of ex-President Kurmanbek Bakiev now hold key government posts, seat in Parliament, people should fear them, not Melis Myrzakmatov," reads the statement of the Osh mayor's press office issued on July 16 in response to the statement made by chairman of the committee for motherland safeguarding Abdymazhit Madmarov.
Ata Jurt faction leader Kamchibek Tashiev asked State Financial Intelligence Service Chairman Melis Mambetzhanov at today's plenary session of the Parliament whether money is withdrawn from Kyrgyzstan and what sums are withdrawn annually.
President Almazbek Atambayev signed the order to appoint Melis Turganbayev as Interior Minister then.
It would be desirable to try to isolate strains that are more thermal-tolerant than the ones we have in the laboratory," Melis says.
Plant biologist Tasios Melis at the University of California in Berkeley, hopes to perfect a process to make the green slime churn out limitless, pollution-free hydrogen gas.
Interior Minister Melis Turganbayev met with activists of the Kyrgyz diaspora in Moscow and Moscow region at the Kyrgyzstan's Embassy in Russia, the press service of the Embassy said on November 10.
Melis said the additional infrastructure will enable Oskar Blues to continue its growth trajectory.
To reach the conclusion, Melis and her colleagues Michael Tomasello at the Max Planck Institute and Brian Hare at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, presented six pairs of semi-captive chimpanzees with a task that demanded cooperation and compromise, reports New Scientist.
Algae also have the biochemical machinery to produce hydrogen, notes Tasios Melis of the University of California, Berkeley.