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pons:

see brain stembrain stem,
lower part of the brain, adjoining and structurally continuous with the spinal cord. The upper segment of the human brain stem, the pons, contains nerve fibers that connect the two halves of the cerebellum.
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pons

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(anatomy)
A process or bridge of tissue connecting two parts of an organ.
A convex white eminence located at the base of the brain; consists of fibers receiving impulses from the cerebral cortex and sending fibers to the contralateral side of the cerebellum.
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The detection rate of WD of bilateral MCPs following pons infarction on conventional MRI was only 4.
FEU had 26 errors against Ateneo, slightly more than the 23 the Lady Tamaraws had against UST, but it was a big plus for Pons, who outmatched her personal rival Cherry Rondina by four points.
The effects began during PoNS stimulation and continued to increase following stimulation to a level that was significantly greater than baseline.
The role of PBMs is advisory only; the plans always have the final say when creating a drug benefit plan, and the plans are free to negotiate the best strategies for their members at the best available price," stressed Pons.
Pons Aelius are proud to be part of the local folk scene, which they feel is exciting and diverse due to the number of acts in the region, and with venues such as Bar Loco, the Cumberland, the Cluny and Sage Gateshead "there is always new folk music to hear.
Pons has never started four consecutive Championship matches for Moseley, yet it is something he stands to do against Plymouth Albion on Saturday.
Now the PONS Publishing House expands its online dictionary by technical terms of the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry: since the beginning of 2012, GEA Refrigeration Technologies offers with its GEA WordBock App a free translation tool for industry-specific terminology--this data is now integrated into the online dictionary by PONS.
Pic reconfirms Pons as an expert analyst of middle-class insecurities and hypocrisies, and the script's origins as a novel lend it a fluidity and naturalness sometimes missing from his other works.
I'm still undergoing tests to establish what exactly happened, but it in no way affects my ability to play so I'm just really chuffed to have been asked back," said Pons who made 14 appearances for Cov last term.
Pons added information about many of the aircraft, including whether or not the bombers were shot down or lost on a mission.
Pons had been training with Barcelona for four years but left when there was a change in coaches - and Arsenal made their move.
Arsenal boss Wenger's scouting network has unearthed another potential gem in 15-year-old centre-half Ignasi Miquel Pons.