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Pierce

Franklin. 1804--69, US statesman; 14th president of the US (1853--57)
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The plate was then heat sealed with a pierceable foil in the PX1 PCR Plate Sealer (Bio-Rad) and placed in the thermocycler (Bio-Rad T1000).
The manometer consisted of: (i) a reactor, which employed an Exetainer vial (12 mL, a screw cap with a middle hole, and a pierceable rubber septum insert; Labco Ltd, Lampeter, UK); and (ii) a manometer tube with a ruler next to it.
The platform is intended to manage primary sample tubes with pierceable caps and ready to use reagents, thus delivering true walkaway time to the lab staff and improving productivity.
(5) James writes in the preface to The Portrait of a Lady that "[t]he house of fiction has [...] not one window, but a million [...]; everyone of which has been pierced, of is still pierceable, in its vast front by the need of the individual vision and by the pressure of the individual will.