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kerkis

In an ancient Greek theater, one of the wedge-shaped sections of seating of the theater, divided by radiating staircases.
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Kerkis I, Kerkis A, Dozortsev D, Stukart-Parsons GC, Gomes Massironi SM, Pereira LV, et al.
(31.) Harumi Miyagi SP, Kerkis I, da Costa Maranduba CM, Gomes CM, Martins MD, Marques MM.
However, improvement in clinical status was observed in animals who received monthly arterial injections, suggesting that multiple systemic deliveries could be more efficient than local injections (KERKIS et al., 2008).
Sunvil has done the maths to offer savings of up to 17 per cent at Pleiades Apartments, with stunning views of Mount Kerkis and the sea.
aasta Ameerika kodusoja aastail, kui puuvillahind maailmaturul kerkis enneolematusse korgusse ning Eesti lina sai oma voimaluse maailmaturule minna, muutes paljud talud joukaks (Eesti lina eripara ja kvaliteet, lina kasvatati koikjal, eriti Mulgimaal ning Louna-Eestis, ja viidi valja Parnu sadama kaudu).
The cells were isolated and characterized as hIDPSCs by Kerkis et al.
2006_ Kerkis reported discovery of Immature dental pulp stem cells, a pluripotent sub population of DPSC using dental pulp organ culture.
Kerkis, a Bahama-flagged ship, is on its way to Ukraine to carry iron to China from this country.
Both are represented moving back and forth before the loom, singing with a beautiful voice as they work: Calypso weaves with a golden shuttle (kerkis, 5.62) and Circe, whose very name resonates with "shuttle" (kerkis), at an "immortal loom" (10.222).