Atala


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Atala

Indian maiden learns too late she can be released from her vow to remain a virgin. [Fr. Lit.: Atala]
References in classic literature ?
[1] In Atala; or the Love and Constantcy of Two Savages in the Desert (1801) by Francois Auguste Rene, Vicomte de Chateaubriand(1768-1848).
El analisis de estereotipos en la jurisprudencia de la Corte IDH parece ir de la mano de la desigualdad estructural (27) En el caso Atala vs.
Australian Penny Pearce, Ms King's sister and Ms Atala's aunt, said in a statement read by her solicitor that she had reconnected with her sister in the UK after years of searching.
An illustration from Francois-Rene de Chateaubriand's 1818 novel Atala pictures her and her lover Choctas swimming amongst lavish foliage.
We did that by using patient's own cell, creating the tissue and putting it back," said Atala.
"Eventually we expect to demonstrate the utility of a body-ona-chip system containing many of the key functional organs in the human body," said Dr Atala.
The Atala butterfly, Eumaeus atala (Poey) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae), once thought to be extinct (Klots 1951) and still considered to be a species of special concern in Florida, has persisted in spite of climate change, extreme anthropomorphic landscape modifications in southeast Florida, and the consequent fragmented remnant natural habitats.
Anthony Atala, M.D., is a pediatric surgeon by training.