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almendro

[äl′men·drō]
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The wood of tonka bean tree species in Panama (Coumarouna panamensis); resistant to marine borers and used as a substitute for greenheart in marine construction.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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According to Isaac Almendros, a researcher, "We should consider the importance of the research conducted on animals aged equally to patients with respiratory chronic diseases, such as obstructive sleep apnea.
The human and clinical relevance of the phenomenon also comes from the numerous psychological and social difficulties that can be experienced by former members of these groups, even several years after leaving the group (e.g., Aronoff, Lynn, & Malinoski, 2000; Baron, 2000; Gasde & Block, 1998; Matthews & Salazar, 2014; Saldana, Antelo, Rodriguez-Carballeira, & Almendros, 2018; Zhou, Luo, Chen, & Liang, 2016).
Winner of the Nestor Almendros Award, this documentary follows photojournalist Mimi Chakarova as she reports on Eastern European women who are lured into sexual slavery abroad.
Los Almendros de San Lorenzo (http://www.losalmendrosdesanlorenzo.com/).
His work includes "Dangerous Liaisons" and "The Bear" (which garnered ASC noms), "Remember the Titans ""Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," "Antwone Fisher," and "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them." Born in a small town in France, Rousselot got his start as a camera assistant to Nestor Almendros, working on films by Eric Rohmer (including "Claire's Knee" and "Chloe in the Afternoon"), won his first Cesar Award for "Diva" (1981), and again for "Therese" (1986) and "Queen Margot" (1994).
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have enabled the development of new forms of intimate communication and social interaction (Cooper, Quayle, Jonsson, & Svedin, 2016; Doring, 2014; Gamez-Guadix, Borrajo, & Almendros, 2016).