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nod

the nod Boxing informal the award of a contest to a competitor on the basis of points scored
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Limited series "The Assassination of Gianni Versace" won the most nominations in the television category with four nods.
This held true for both LSDM and NOD pancreatic cancer patients, compared with the T2DM and healthy control groups.
Call Me By Your Name star Timothee Chalamet, 22, is now the youngest best actor nominee since 1939, when Mickey Rooney bagged a nod for Babes In Arms when he was 19.
Nod was first proposed in enrichment cultures dominated by "Candidatus Methylomirabilis oxyfera," a representative species in the NC10 phylum [7, 8].
The final nod to the four rules as well as fixing GST rates for major commodities and services will be done in the next meeting in Srinagar on May 18- 19, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.
It is imperative that we have nurses to serve as NOD. The NOD is introduced on the chamber floor at the beginning of the session and presented with a personalized certificate of appreciation.
First, NOD is particularly relevant to personal selling because salespeople are so autonomous, where they are often in the field and their actions are typically not directly supervised.
NoD removes the upfront capital cost of equipment for businesses and aligns the cost to the actual use.
'Berkswell countryside' sent in by Stuart Guest from Mount Nod |
Spontaneous diabetes development takes approximately 30 weeks in NOD mice with a requirement for pathogen-free conditions.
M2 PHARMA-July 31, 2014-New York Department of Health grants conditional nod to CombiMatrix's CombiSNP Array for Pregnancy Loss