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cyma, cima

A molding having a profile of double curvature; one having an ogee profile.
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"We are glad to be making this donation to support the Community Memorial Hospital Auxiliary and hope that our orchids will bring in a significant amount of money to support the building of the new hospital," stated Ken Chung, owner of and operator of Cyma Orchids.
On May 18, the North Central Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce awarded CyMa Services the award of Best Latino Business of the Year, which both Erick and Alejandra say has been a much appreciated recognition.
English engineer John Stuart Reid has teamed up with Florida dolphin expert Jack Kassewitz to produce the Cyma Scope instrument.
cymaint mewn c nila: "Mae fy mywyd wedi newid wedi magu cyma cyfnod byr o amser.
"We've been witnessing the coming of age of Nickelodeon families and have been expanding our brand and business to meet their growing entertainment, recreational and vacation needs," said Cyma Zarghami, president of Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids and Family Group.
THE EFFECTS OF THE ECTOPARASITIC ISOPOD ELTHUSA CALIFORNICA ON THE RESPIRATION OF THE SURF PERCH CYMA TOGASTER AGGREGATA
CYMA "Imperium" tonneau fashion watch in stainless steel with quartz movement, $875, Armel Jewelers.
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The discovery of this new component of the brain's electrical activity suggests that the detection of intonational phrases is a crucial aspect of speech perception, note psychologists Cyma Van Petten and Paul Bloom of the University of Arizona in Tucson in a commentary on Steinhauer's article.
Compound, serpentine mouldings include cyma recta, cymatium, cyma reversa and beak moulding, whose upper part is concave and lower part is convex.
On Kurban's north mound was a village characterized by an unexpected degree of economic specialization, including the mass manufacture of fine "cyma recta" cups.