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vallis

(val -iss) (plural: valles) valley. The word is used in the approved name of such a surface feature on a planet or satellite.
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Fidelio Vallis boasts an eyecatching piece of Auteuil form.
Professor Katherine Vallis, of Oxford University, said: "Wherever in the body the tumours are, it binds to them and the drug is internalised, dragging the radiotherapy with it."
John Wheeler, Niall Foles, Jackie Dunbar, Mary Rasmussen and Vince, Ian Yuill, Cate Vallis and Sandra MacDonald.
Cate Vallis, of the RNIB, said: "People are telling us that they just avoid this area because they are too scared to come here."
However, in order to be a Premiership club they must increase the capacity of their Vallis Way home, or seek to ground share, as Wasps and Bristol do.
course specialist Double Shuffle - who was second in this race in 2017 and also runner-up to Might Bite in the King George VI Chase - made the running with Didero Vallis until going on in the straight with three s
His colleague Louis Vallis worked with him on timetabling but he said Mr Anderson was struggling with the allocated time for creating the timetables he was given by the university and would often do it in his own time.
But Peter Vallis, executive director of the San Joaquin Valley Winegrowers Association, says the drop in price is not as black and white as the USDA figures indicate.
But the Mullins-trained Didero Vallis might struggle against Harry Kelly's Great Trango in the featured Horse & Jockey Hotel Rated Novice Hurdle.
Chirico Vallis made a winning start for Neil Mulholland at Southwell and strike again in the totequadpot Handicap Chase at Ludlow.
Formerly trained by Gordon Elliott, Chirico Vallis switched to Mulholland's care in the summer and duly shone on his British bow when also tackling fences for the first time.