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Hermonthis

(hərmŏn`thĭs), ancient city, N Egypt, 8 mi (13 km) S of Thebes. It was founded in prehistoric times and was prominent during the period of Roman supremacy. Originally the shrine of Month, a hawk-headed deity, Hermonthis has a temple built c.1500 B.C. and reconstructed by the Ptolemies. Modern Armant or Erment is on the site.
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Additionally, when TLR4 binds to its ligand, the Toll/interleukin-1 receptor (TIR) homology domain (a cytoplasmic conserved region of TLR4) begins to interact with its downstream protein kinases (Armant and Fenton, 2002; Underhill, 2002).
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Mais nous avons tente l'aventure en nous armant d'une grande volonte, conjuguee a des efforts permanents et persistants dans la mise en valeur des terres[beaucoup plus grand que].
"Having two connectors supports wired headsets and other peripherals, such as long-range scanners," said Jay Armant, VP of product management for Vocollect by Honeywell.