betulinic acid

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betulinic acid

[¦bech·ə¦lin·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C30H48O3 A dibasic acid, slightly soluble in water, ethyl alcohol, and acetone.
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Mairin Casey, Coroner for Nottinghamshire, said: "We know that Owen entered the water to try to get Jorgie.
Coroner Mairin Casey told the inquest at the city that Owen "selflessly and fearlessly put the safety of others before his own".
A commission spokeswoman, Mairin Bellack, conceded that there was "an initial denial" but insisted, "as soon as it was brought to our attention it was rectified immediately.
The autobiographical theme continues in contributions by Mairin Nic Eoin and Barry Sloan.
Jane, The Imperial Russian Navy (London: Conway Maritime Press, 1983); Mairin Mitchell, The Maritime History of Russia, 848-1948 (London: Sidgwick and Jackson, 1949); A.
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All Dressed Up builds on earlier works, such as Mairin Ni Dhonnchadha and Theo Dorgan's collection Revising the Rising (1991) and Ian MacBride's edited collection, History and Memory in Modern Ireland (2001) to provide a more comprehensive examination of how pageantry specifically functioned in a vast array of contexts.
Coroner Mairin Casey said it was clear Mr Thomas was not at fault for the death of his daughter.
Mairin Gettman and Kristin Krein--both students at the University of Lethbridge--have been coordinating special events to share knowledge about politics in Canada with Indigenous people who might otherwise be lacking in it.
Grantee: Organizacion de Mujeres IndE[degrees]genas Indian Mairin Asla Pawanka Kipla Sait Tasbaika.
104) Mairin Iwanka Raya, Indigenous Women Stand against Violence: A Companion Report to the United Nations Secretary-General's Study on Violence against Women (New York: FIMI.