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cellspace

Connected to the Internet while being mobile. The term was coined in 1998 by David Bennahum, publisher of the MEME Electronic Newsletter (www.memex.org), while using a PDA and cellular modem at the crawling speed of 19 Kbps. See meme.
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The contract is designed and constructed to adapt the premises to form a cell space intended to form the PP Will Uhruska.
Regen BioPharma seeks to identify undervalued regenerative medicine applications in the immunotherapy and stem cell space.
Based on prison manuals, the ideal cell space should have been 4.
is a biotechnology company that seeks to identify undervalued regenerative medicine applications in the immunotherapy and stem cell space.
A cellular automaton consists of four components: the cell, cell space, neighborhood cell, and rule, as shown in Figure 1.
Licensing select aspects of our technology makes it more broadly available to the scientific community and should help to accelerate progress in the stem cell space across multiple therapeutic indications.
He conceded that the Government had been taken by surprise by a recent surge in demand for cell space, blaming a spate of historic sex abuse cases.
spectrum small cell space Cisco has basically been reliant on its femtocell
00: "Last cell space at Shrewsbury filled - room will always be found for the deserving
He also claimed they were blocking efforts to scrap shorter jail sentences, which would free up cell space for more serious criminals to spend longer behind bars.
And each moving object is included in Cell space as MBa and MBb [member of] Cell space.
With the reorganization complete, our principal focus continues to be the identification for acquisition complementary technologies, or companies, in the stem cell space that will permit us to raise additional capital refreshing our story in the expectation of restoring shareholder value," said David Allan, executive chairman.