Marmor

Marmor

[′mär‚mȯr]
(geology)
A North American stage of Middle Ordovician geologic time, forming the lower subdivision of Chazyan, above Whiterock and below Ashby.
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hospitals shot up by 21.9 percent, according to professors Ted Marmor of Yale and Jon Oberlander of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Finally, the Marine Art Gallery returns, featuring exquisite art, sculptures and installations from the likes of Andreas von Zadora-Gerlof (USA), Marmor Hotavlje (Slovenia), Vlastimil Beranek (Czech Republic), Jan Frydrych (Czech Republic) and a wealth of global visionaries.
Mohammed Marmor and Suleiman Rasho scored for Tishreen 20-67 respectively.
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Marmor suggested the use of fovea plana instead of foveal hypoplasia when foveal cone specialization is preserved both anatomically and functionally despite the absence of a foveal pit [3].
These findings were consistent to the findings of the study by J L Caplin et al, [7] PfistererM et al [8] and A Marmor et al.
THE Journal of Ethics and Social Philosophy (JESP) was founded in 2005 by Andrei Marmor, James Dreier, Julia Driver, and David Estlund, with the financial and technical support of the USC Gould School of Law and the USC Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, in which Marmor held joint appointments.
Kay James who, with husband David, runs Marmor Memorials next door to the cemetery, said they've often had to call police.
Lead author Dr Rebecca Marmor said: "As large trials came out demonstrating the efficacy of breast conservation, I think a lot of surgeons assumed breast conservation would be patient's preference.
Marmor to Melody, beloved sister of Judy, David and Deb and a loving aunty.