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Foppishness

Acres, Bob
affected, vain, cowardly, blustery country gentleman. [Br. Lit.: The Rivals]
Aguecheek, Sir Andrew
silly old fop, believes himself young. [Br. Lit.: Twelfth Night]
Blakeney, Percy
rescuer of French revolution victims disguises himself as brainless fop. [Br. Lit.: Scarlet Pimpernel]
Brummel, Beau
(George B. Brummel, 1778–1840) “prince of dandies.” [Br. Hist.: Century Cyclopedia, 682]
Flutter, Sir Fopling
witless dandy. [Br. Lit.: The Man of Mode]
Foppington, Lord
a selfish coxcomb, most intent upon dress and fashion. [Br. Hist.: Brewer Handbook, 381]
Kookie
teen idol of 1950s whose character was depicted by slick shirts, tight pants, and “wet look” hairstyle. [TV: “77 Sunset Strip” in Terrace, II, 282–283]
Malyneaux
epitome of the British dandy. [Am. Lit.: Monsieur Beaucaire, Magill I, 616–617]
Yankee Doodle Dandy
feather-capped dandy; “handy” with the girls. [Nurs. Rhyme: Opie, 439]
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El FOP mide una variable comun a las pruebas de Cubos, Rompecabezas, Historietas y Figuras Incompletas; valorando dimensiones perceptivas y de organizacion.
There is no cure for FOP, but a recent annual report from the FOP Collaborative Research Project stated, "The discovery of the FOP gene two years ago has provided an unparalleled view from the summit, and has determined the destiny of FOP research.
Rare disorders are often not recognized or correctly diagnosed, and it is not uncommon for people with FOP to be misdiagnosed and subjected to harmful surgery or chemotherapy.
Parents were selected as resistant (R) or susceptible (S) based on their reaction to Colorado isolate B-13 of Fop (ATTC 90245), originally recovered from an infected plant of pinto cultivar UI 114 in northeast Colorado and later classified as Fop race 4 by Woo et al.
If the FOP takes on my personality and the way I look at things, you'll see |a move away from~ some of those things," Harrison says.
Some advocates feel that FOP nutrition information disclosures should also be both standardized and mandatory to avoid potential misperceptions or confusion by consumers (Lytton 2010).
Although preliminary, FOP procedures have the potential to solve problems associated with SOP and MOP procedures.
In May 2016, we convened a consensus conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, with experts from research, policy and practice fields, to reach consensus on recommendations for action on FOP, shelf, and menu labelling in Canada.
However, a new study published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation conducted by Professor Junya Toguchida and Associate Professor Makoto Ikeya at the Centre for iPS Cell Research and Application (CiRA) found a new drug screening system using iPS cells that revealed a drug candidate with the potential to prevent the ossification seen in FOP.
De hecho, la presencia de un defecto como el FOP no constituye una relacion lineal como factor de riesgo independiente de derrame cerebral isquemico (1,2,5,6).
The scientists discovered that they could create more iPSCs from cells taken from FOP patients than those taken from healthy individuals.
Clementia Pharmaceuticals, a company focused on developing palovarotene for fibrodysplasia ossificans progressive (FOP) and other diseases, has announced top-line results from its Phase two clinical trial investigating palovarotene intended for the treatment of FOP, it was reported yesterday.