Pithon

Pithon

(pī`thŏn), in the Bible, a descendant of Saul, one of the sons of Micah.
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If anyone wants to find out what happened, the answers lie in the story of Abraham Mwangi and Pithon Mwangi and their cronies in both KPCU and Coffee Board.
They have been widely accepted by the orthodontists and the patients because of their ease of placement and removal, provides absolute anchorage, requires minimal patient compliance and are economically viable.4,5 A study by Pithon etal in Brazil showed greater acceptance of mini screws by patients.
(1.) Valladares-Neto J, Evangelista K, Miranda de Torres H, Melo Pithon M, Alves Garcia Santos Silva M.
(26.) Pithon MM, Nascimento CC, Barbosa GC, Coqueiro RS.
As the warring reluctant lovers Beatrice and Benedick, Emily Pithon and Alex Mugnaioni really hit their stride in the brilliantly staged sequences where their scheming friends ensure they each overhear in turn how much the other loves them.
(55.) Medeiros MA, Nascimento LE, Lau TC, Mineiro AL, Pithon MM, Sant'Anna EF.
Pithon MM, Lacerda-Santos R, Soares N, Fogaca DN, da Silva WS, Rodrigues LB, Coqueiro RS.
Pithon, "Enamel quality after debonding: evaluation by optical coherence tomography," Brazilian Dental Journal, vol.