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meros

The frontal area between two grooves of a triglyph.
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adscensionis, especies de meros de talla mediana que ocupan habitats similares y/o consumen presas parecidas a las reportadas para el pez leon (Morris & Akins, 2009).
Tucked away in rolling countryside on the banks of the canal, Meros began life almost 1000 years ago as the estate of a prominent local family.
A consortium of investors has begun drilling an exploratory well from atop the Meros drilling rig in the Aral Sea.
 Lukoil Overseas reported that the new well, named Meros-1Ex, was seen in 3D-seismic surveys.
Mateo-Seco en el prologo, estas paginas son mucho mas que meros apuntes.
The team has named its dinosaur Brontomerus mcintoshi - from Greek "bronto", which means "thunder"; and "meros", meaning "thigh".