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pien, piend

1. The ridge of a roof.
2. An arris; a salient angle.
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Hong et al., "Pien Tze Huang suppresses IL6-inducible STAT3 activation in human colon carcinoma cells through induction of SOCS3," Oncology Reports, vol.
THOUGHT PROVOKING: (pictured clockwise) Volatile Serenity by Shirley Kaneda, Jelly and Body by Dorothy Cross, Octo Tongue by Ed Pien
"No one could be more qualified to lead our company to the next level of its development," says Irwin Lerner, chairman of Medarex, of the Pien appointment.
Dans le second chapitre, des textes consacres aux << ressorts qui sous-tendent [la] dimension [tragique] >> (Nutting et Pare, 13) de l'oeuvre de Dalpe, regorgeant de references au theme oedi pien, sont centres sur une analyse des personnages et presentent diverses definitions du tragique.
Acting FDA chief Lester Crawford and Chiron CEO Howard Pien disputed Waxman's assertion, stating that all problems with the facility had been fixed and that the more recent problems were unrelated to the contamination that occurred in 2003, when the plant was owned by another company.
"The influenza pandemic is a major public health threat with the potential to cause a rapid increase in morbidity and mortality," Howard Pien, president and CEO of Chiron Corp., recently told a congressional committee.
Chiron is finalizing a remediation plan for the Liverpool facility that involves a reorganization of its management team and an overhaul of its quality improvement and manufacturing procedures, Howard Pien, president and chief executive officer of Chiron, testified.
Chiron in the meantime is finalizing a remediation plan for the Liverpool facility, Howard Pien, president and chief executive officer of Chiron, testified.
Chiron in the meantime is finalizing a remediation plan for the Liverpool facility that involves a reorganization of its management team and an overhaul of its quality improvement and manufacturing procedures, Howard Pien, president and chief executive officer of Chiron, testified.
Howard Pien, president of the firm, said: 'Chiron deeply regret that we will be unable to meet public health needs this season.'
Although the maturation process of oocytes may have been the same as that in wild striped mullet, the environment and conditions under which maturation occurs were artificial (Shehadeh et al., 1973a; Kuo et al., 1974; Pien and Liao, 1975, Kelly, 1990; Tamaru et al., 1994; Kuo, 1995).