Tizona


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Tizona

dazzling, golden-hilted sword of the Cid. [Span. Lit.: Song of the Cid]
See: Sword
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"They gave me no time to see that much," answered Sancho, "for hardly had I laid hand on my tizona when they signed the cross on my shoulders with their sticks in such style that they took the sight out of my eyes and the strength out of my feet, stretching me where I now lie, and where thinking of whether all those stake-strokes were an indignity or not gives me no uneasiness, which the pain of the blows does, for they will remain as deeply impressed on my memory as on my shoulders."
AbbVie and Tizona Therapeutics, a privately held immunotherapy company, announced that they have entered into a global, strategic collaboration to develop and commercialize CD39-targeted therapeutics, including TTX-030, a first-in-class antibody for the treatment of cancer.
Tizona received $105 million upfront for the exclusive option to license the CD39 program including TTX-030.
En otras latitudes se mataba mas educadamente, por ejemplo a balazos, o bien con espadas que a menudo tenian nombre: Durandal, Excalibur, Tizona, para no mencionar japonesas.
In many instances, as with the Cid's swords "la Tizona" and "la Colada" appearing famously in the Poema de Mio Cid, the weapon reflected prowess if won in battle, and was considered a treasure to be passed down through the family for generations.
Tizona Therapeutics Inc, a privately held immunology company harnessing the power of the immune system to develop treatments for cancer and autoimmune diseases, announced yesterday that it has named George Golumbeski, PhD as its director.
Wolchok disclosed that he is a consultant for Bristol-Myers Squibb, Genentech, Jounce Therapeutics, Medimmune, Merck, Polaris, Polynoma, Potenza, Tizona, Ziopharm, F-Star, Beigene, Lilly, Advaxis, and Sellas, and that he receives grant/ research support from Bristol-Myers Squibb.
About 150 acres are Bokisch's own vineyards: Terra Alta and Tizona in the Clements Hills sub-AVA, and Las Cerezas in the Mokelumne River AVA.