Obviously, [C.sub.i] for different members of the octet
baryons are different.
As a continued effort to establish a robust OCTET
platform for characterization of mAb biotherapeutics and associated biosimilars, a test panel is now being established to test mAb interaction/binding with FcyRI, FcyRIIa, FcyRIIb/c, FcyRIIIa, FcyRIIIb and FcRN.
The "1" consonant also manages the lesion between the sonnet's octet
and sestet, where the undrowned image rises to the surface of the "low wave." With "fell" and "fall" the gap between the sonnet's two parts is both asserted and crossed: "and my tears fell.
on Sunday will be flanked by two Brahms sextets.
as king makers of the Romanovs in octet
5 as a poignant presentation of
The first three octets
of the address specify the origin of the network adapter or, more correctly, the organization that issued the identifier.
Like so many musical geniuses, Felix Mendelssohn was a child prodigy, producing his famous Octet
at the age of sixteen.
The 303-room property is three miles from BOS, offers free wireless high-speed Internet access in all rooms, and sports an octet
of meeting rooms with views of the Charles River.
The text focuses on the OCTET
project, a new model of external intervention and improvement initiated by the central government in 2000 and aimed at schools in some of the most difficult socioeconomic settings in England.
The generalized perception of deja vu in the octet
is employed by the speaker to explain his specific perception of deja vu in the company of his friend: "So friend, when first I looked upon your face / ...
Photius (Library 120) credits him with a large and various output; Eusebius (5.20) thought the Octet
his masterpiece, quoting its "most graceful conclusion." His two major works are Against the Heresies (tr.
The Amadis Dunkel Octet
, a group of eight musicians that was formed in the United States in 2001, gave a three-hour live performance at the Cultural Village to a group of Jordanian jazz fans.