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Fibs

 

an aqueous solution of biogenic stimulants with added synthetic substances. The name is formed from the surname initials of the scientists who proposed the method for its preparation, V. P. Filatov, V. A. Biber, and V. V. Skorodinskaia. FiBS consists of a distillation of estuarine mud, cinnamic acid, and coumarin. In medicine it is injected subcutaneously to treat some eye diseases, certain forms of arthritis, and trophic ulcers.

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She added: "Being an integral family-business focused part of the international Shirlaws Group provides the resource and global network to enable FiB to realise its international expansion plans.
Coastal wetlands are a potential source of FIB since animals, such as birds, attracted by the wetland produce FIB-laden feces.
The Board has reviewed the examination records of FIB, MWF, and their subsidiary depository institutions, including assessments of their management, risk-management systems, and operations.
The FIB is asking that more representatives ask their clients about using electronic direct deposit and payment of balances due features.
This is a humorous and gentle moral tale about the healing power of the truth and the feelings of guilt and isolation that can be created even by little fibs.
To facilitate this aspect of the survey the FIB serves as a compilation of foods consumed in the country, divided into food groups and subgroups.
Summary: Researchers have found that the ability to tell fibs at the age of two is a sign of a fast-developing brain and future success.
And they are less likely than women to feel guilty about telling their three fibs a day.
The bead-captured FIB are ruptured and treated with an enzyme (luciferase) that catalyzes a light-emitting reaction powered by ATP.
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A survey carried out by a women's magazine has found that ladies in the Midlands frequently fib about their partner's performance.