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aboral

[a′bȯr·əl]
(invertebrate zoology)
Opposite to the mouth.
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From orad to aborad, we observed the following: 1) the duodenum, a large and wide simple loop followed by a relatively symmetric Meckel track presenting the Meckel diverticulum at its extreme; 2) the supraduodenal or ileac loop, which is closely attached to the duodenal loop by mesenterium and vascularly supplied by branches of the duodenal vessels; 3) a large supracecal kink formed by the aborad portion of small intestine; 4) a pair of vestigial ceca; and 5) a short and straight rectum (colon) closely attached to the dorsal coelomic wall, all of which are supplied by the caudal mesenteric blood vessels.
Lacking "creditworthy borrowers" creates an incentive for private sector managers of pension funds and other institutional investors toinvest a significant part of their resources aborad.
O'Neill believes that three or four major signings would leave him with a squad capable of more success at home and aborad, particularly as Celtic have a rich crop of youngsters pushing for first team chances.
FRANKIE DETTORI landed his third Breeders' Cup when taking the Turf aborad Fantastic Light at Belmont Park in New York last night.
Tsingtao will continue to look for new acquisition and merger targets at home and aborad, Zhang said without elaboration.
46) Since World War II this process has intensified as transnational corporations (TNCs) have sought, through investment, acquisitions, and accumulation aborad, to "decentralize" their operations to lowercost, usually non-union firms in other regions or hemispheres.
In some cases, the repeal of the export-source rule could tip the scales in a company's decision whether to locate a manufacturing facility in the United States or aborad.
She said an office of DICE comprising bio-medical engineers, scientists, researchers and entrepreneurs of Pakistani origin presently settled aborad, has been established at the DUHS' Ojha campus.