lipin


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lipin

[′lip·ən]
(biochemistry)
A compound lipid, such as a cerebroside.
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POOR eyesight and abject poverty could not blur the vision of Lipin Raj, a Kerala youth, who secured 224th rank in the Civil Services Examination ( CSE) 2012.
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Lawrence Lipin suggests in Workers in the Wild that trade unionists from Portland, Oregon, more commonly drove cars through rural landscapes after World War I, and those experiences liberated urban workers from nineteenth-century ideas about nature.
Natalie Lipin as Venus was also notable for beautifully focussed phrasing and fine voice throughout.
Researchers found mice with a high level of the fat gene, called lipin, put on more than double the weight of mice with normal levels of the gene when they were both fed a fatty diet.
The driver, Pauline Lipin, 71, was treated at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center for head and back injuries.
But Lisa Lipin, the mother of a then 5-year-old boy who accidentally got the stretchy string from the waterball wrapped around his neck, has taken up the cause of ridding store shelves of the toy.
Mark Sirower, who heads the M&A practice for The Boston Consulting Group, and Steven Lipin, a former journalist who is now a senior partner at the Brunswick Group, make a case for treating communications as a foremost item during the merger process.
Natalie Lipin, a 12-year-old American student with an elegant long line, praised Adkins' classes.