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alar

[′ā·lər]
(biology)
Winglike or pertaining to a wing.
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Alar repositioning can be effectively and safely achieved via the Potter or the Dibbell technique.
The extent of alar retraction is noted as the distance between the maximum acceptable location of the ala (2mm above the axis of the nostril and its actual location).
Previous meetings of these professional groups highlighted problems with current SpO2 technologies and Xhale Assurance will demonstrate how the Nasal Alar SpO2 Sensor addresses the significant need for consistently reliable SpO2 readings.
Alar es destinado por Irene a la frontera siria para oponer una barrera militar a las invasiones musulmanas.
0) 0 Alar 13 Att: 29,400UEFA Europa League, Group L FC Twente.
Richard Windbichler picked out Alar with a cross as Scotland switched off and the striker nodded past Adam from eight yards out with the keeper again looking uncertain as he was bullied to the ball inside the box.
The Huddersfield striker - who netted a hat-trick in a 5-1 win in Luxembourg on Thursday - twice levelled to cancel out goals from Andreas Weimann and Deni Alar but the Scots had to settle for a share of the points.
Under the brand name Alar, it was used by apple growers to enhance the firmness and color of the fruit, and prevent it from prematurely dropping from trees.
While Estonian rivals Alar Voogla and Kristi Viltrop came 2nd a Lithuanian couple remained content with the 3rd spot.
Alar Soever, President and CEO of Wallbridge, said, 'Successful delivery of the bulk sample completes another step along the road to development of the Broken Hammer deposit.