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cardo

A hinge or pivot, used in ancient construction to hang a door.
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En un estudio a gran escala realizado en Alemania en 1992 con dos mil 637 pacientes tratados con Cardo lechero en condiciones como cirrosis hepatica, hepatitis e higado graso, despues de 8 semanas tomando el extracto estandarizado de la hierba, el 63 por ciento de los pacientes habian disminuido sus sintomas en forma significativa, mientras que un 27 por ciento de los pacientes sus higados volvieron al tamano normal y el 56 por ciento de los pacientes el higado disminuyo de tamano en una forma considerable.
Adding the Cardo Scala Rider system to our catalog is a natural fit'" says Jason Toso of Victory Motorcycles.
After almost two years of hiding, Cardo was arrested for crime of Parricide and charged before the Regional Trial (RTC) for willfully, unlawfully and feloniously attacking, assaulting and stabbing Lisa several times with a knife which caused her death.
People here have lots of money and they don't think like you or I do," said Cardo.
Maria Bergving, for Cardo, confirmed the possible cutbacks but insisted it was still early days.
Cardo also states that adults should avoid taking medications in front of young children.
A new USD3m contract has been awarded to US communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) by Cardo Group, an international industrial group.
Ribas-Fito N, Cardo E, Sala M, Eulalia dM, Mazon C, Verdu A, et al.
Jose Cardo, MD, the former director of LifeQuest Organ Recovery Services in Gainesville, FL, has been ordered to pay thousands of dollars in restitution, by a Florida judge for selling human organs, including kidneys and livers, to his own company.
We have been asked to point out by parent company Cardo Door AB that the new firm Crawford Amber will be created by the merger of the three companies, not through acquisition.
Little wonder members of the College of Cardinals are known as "princes of the church," even though the etymology of the word cardinal, from the Latin cardo, denotes a beam used to fortify a structure.