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parclose, perclose

1. In medieval churches and derivatives, a screen dividing a special space from general space.
2. The parapet round a gallery.
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In July 2003, Abbott Vascular Devices launched the Perclose A-T, which features a pre-tied knot--eliminating the need for the physician to tie the knot and reducing the procedure time significantly.
Taking a break from her patrol, Joyce, who lives in Perclose, near the school in Dinas Powys, said: 'It was supposed to be temporary, but I'm still here
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The Lightstone team manages Morgenthaler and ATV life-science portfolios of more than 40 life-science companies and has been involved in several of the largest, venture-backed healthcare exits, including Ardian, Avidia, FoldRx, Hypnion, MicroVention, Morphotek, Orexigen, Perclose, Plexxikon, Proteolix, Threshold and Zeltiq.
The Lightstone team manages the Morgenthaler and ATV life-science portfolios of more than 40 life-science companies and has been involved in several of the biggest, venture-backed healthcare exits over the last decade, including Ardian, Avidia, FoldRx, Hypnion, MicroVention, Morphotek, Orexigen, Perclose, Plexxikon, Proteolix, Threshold and Zeltiq.