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Pd,

symbol for the element palladiumpalladium
[Gr. Pallas, goddess of wisdom], metallic chemical element; symbol Pd; at. no. 46; at. wt. 106.42; m.p. 1,554°C;; b.p. 2,970°C;; sp. gr. 12.02 at 20°C;; valence +2, +3, or +4.
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(1) (Powered Device) See PSE.

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Le 11 Avril, date anniversaire de la naissance de James PARKINSON, est devenue, depuis 1997, la JOURNEeE MONDIALE du PARKINSON.
La enfermedad de Parkinson fue identificada y llamada paralisis agitans por el medico britanico James Parkinson (1755-1824).
It is named after Dr James Parkinson (1755-1824), who first identified it as a specific condition.
The disease was named after a British doctor named James Parkinson.
In his original article in 1817, James Parkinson (Parkinson 1817) theorized that the disease that bears his names was caused by stress, an argument that may still have some merit today.
Owned by James Parkinson, grandson of the legendary Irish record-breaking owner/trainer of the early 1900s, the 4-7 chance, ridden by Barry Geraghty, was a welcome change of luck for his owner.
Named after James Parkinson, the London doctor who first identified and described it in the 18th century, Parkinson's has three main symptoms:
First described by the English physician James Parkinson in 1817, the condition kills the nerve cells in the brain that release dopamine, a chemical necessary for controlling movements.
The disease was first described clinically in 1817 by a London physician, James Parkinson.
First described by James Parkinson in 1817 in "An Essay on the Shaking Palsy," Parkinson's disease has been widely written about since then.
Parkinson's disease, the strange, disabling disease first described by the Englishman James Parkinson in 1819, afflicts more than half a million Americans.