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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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Sloan on a in court (Proceeding) Barry James Parkinson - alleged to have trawled through sensitive police intelligence systems
James Parkinson, 47, had heard that another man had been arrested twice on suspicion of starting the fire in St Margaret's Drive in Rhyl in January.
James Parkinson first described he symptoms of the disease that now bears his name in 1817 (Schapira, Agid et al., 2009).
THE disease is named after Dr James Parkinson, who was the first person to idetify it in 1817.
James Parkinson (1755-1824), the first man to identify and describe the 'shaking palsy' which now bears his name, was for 25 years medical attendant at the private lunatic asylum Holly House in Hoxton, London.
Hartlepool play Wolviston and name Terry Hill, James Parkinson, Andy Fox and Marc Ritchies.
Los aquejados de lo que James Parkinson, el doctor ingles que diagnostico por primera vez esta enfermedad, llamo "paralisis temblorosa", presentan sintomas como rigidez muscular, dificultad para iniciar movimientos, falta de equilibrio y lentitud en las acciones voluntarias.
James, 30, who works for Prodrive, a Midlands motorsport and automotive technology company, will be dressed as Dr James Parkinson, the 19th century physician who first investigated the disease.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The concept of Parkinson's disease may be undergoing its first major revision since James Parkinson first described it in 1817.
La enfermedad de Parkinson fue identificada y llamada paralisis agitans por el medico britanico James Parkinson (1755-1824).
Soldier Slaves was cowritten by one of the lead counsel in the case, James Parkinson, and veteran journalist Lee Benson of Salt Lake City's Deseret Morning News.
Descrita en 1817 por el medico ingles James Parkinson, actualmente la enfermedad prevalece en un promedio de 200 por cada 100, 000 habitantes y ocurre con mayor frecuencia en las personas mayores de 50 anos, pero puede afectar a personas mas jovenes.