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alb

Christianity a long white linen vestment with sleeves worn by priests and others
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Division IIB: Brighouse v Ossett T Reds, Farnley v Dewsbury Rang, Glen Juns v Rastrick, Meltham v Ossett Alb B, Skelmanthorpe v YMCA.
For cadaveric LT cases, the ALB genotypes of the deceased donors were determined from the archived liver-biopsytissue DNA.
The best defense against the ALB is an active effort to spot signs of the pest and its damage.
ALB has been his world for about 13 years now, starting with the original infestation in New York, but he became something of a general in the battle when he took over the Worcester operation in 2008.
6) Allen Rostron, The Continuing Battle Over the Second Amendment, 78 Alb.
AMRI has built a strong initial program around ALB 109564(a), providing an early indication that it may offer clinically relevant activity distinct from other tubulin inhibitors.
HOLY SEE: With deep flounces and despite all-over spotting, this group of six albs realised pounds 264 in Bonhams
A priest wears an alb under his chasuble (the poncho-like garment that bears the color of the liturgical season) and puts a stole around his neck.
After conducting a year and a half of laboratory and field studies, Smith says the chemical, lambda-cyhalothrin--a pyrethroid known commercially as "Demand CS"--is almost 100 percent effective against ALB.
Penalties-Hamilton Wor (boarding), 3:15; Burlon Alb (holding), 15:24.