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bouton

[bü′tōn]
(neuroscience)
A club-shaped enlargement at the end of a nerve fiber. Also known as end bulb.
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The Eagle's editorial pages also derided Bouton, whose public quest after the civic-authority vote to lease and renovate Wahconah Park might be viewed as Chapter Two in the Eagle stadium war.
In Foul Ball, the self-published tale Bouton plans to release in June, the retired pitcher claims The Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, Mass.
There's good reason to be concerned about the potential of a nuclear exchange, given the depth of the rivalry and the hostility," says expert Bouton.
Cynthia Bouton, "Gendered Behavior in Subsistence Riots: The French Flour War of 1775," Journal of Social History 23 (Summer 1990): 743.
With Dylan at the helm, we anticipate a seamless transition with the region's upward sales trajectory remaining intact," commented Bouton.
Si ces derniers reperent un article qui leur semble errone ou faux, ils ont la possibilite de la signaler au reseau social via un bouton dedie.
Chad Bouton, research leader at Battelle said that it is much like a heart bypass, but instead of bypassing blood, they are actually bypassing electrical signals.
Bouton & Hendrix, 2011) as well as cognitive instructions in human learning (e.
Bouton & Bolles, 1979) or when acquisition and extinction take place in the same context but testing occurs in a different one (AAB renewal, e.
Comolli was chairman of the remuneration and appointments committees, and now that these duties will now be entrusted to Nicole Bouton, an independent director.
PA) (OTC: SCGLY), Daniel Bouton, has decided to quit the company, reports Dow Jones.