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nodus

In ancient Roman construction, a keystone, or a boss in vaulting.
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Forbes has posted renders of the upcoming iPhone based on CAD renders sourced in collaboration with case designer Nodus.
Moreover, certain relationship between increased expression of the studied metalloproteinases and higher stage in TNM - Tumor Nodus Metastases staging system [44] was demonstrated.
Etymology: The specific epithet derives from the Latin "nodus" which means "knot" referring to its notorious secondary tubercle.
Various patented designs of connection mechanisms have been proposed for the space truss systems such as Triodetic, Nodus, Mero, Okta, "V", processing of tube ends by milling and mutual welding, or simply connection and welding by a sheet insertion into the undercut tube ends [2, 3].
Professor of Music and director of the School of Music at Florida International University (FIU) in Miami, Garcia founded the electroacoustic laboratory at FIU as well as the FIU New Music Miami Festival, the NODUS Ensemble, and Music of the Americas Festival.
Today, only the small dark feature known as Alcyonius Nodus remains.
Order Family Scientific name Numbers of prey items Males Females (n = 20) (n = 20) Diptera Culicidae Culex pipiens 8 10 Muscidae Musca domestica 6 5 Noctuidae Plusia gamma 2 1 (Autographa gamma) Lepidoptera Noctuidae Pseudaletia 1 1 unipunctata Pyralidae Chilo suppressalis 1 1 Orthoptera Gryllidae Gryllus desertus 1 1 Gryllidae Gryllus domesticus 1 1 Blattaria Blattidae Periplaneta 1 1 americana Hemiptera Cicadellidae Cicadella viridis 1 1 Cataglyphis nodus 1 1 Camponotus sp.
Nodus, the brand that, since 2009, embodies experimentation in the world of textile design has launched a new collection of rugs.
On Aug 5 Nodus Alcyonius was also weakly returning to view on Parker's images.
The sheath extends from the pore to the junction, the point where the sheath joins the base of the proboscis, in schizorhynchs, the nodus, a muscle-free reticulum that contains a connective tissue framework, forms the posterior end of the proboscis (Karling, 1961; De Vocht and Schockaert, 1999).

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