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rho

(ρ)

The 17th letter of the Greek alphabet, used in stellar nomenclature usually to designate the 17th-brightest star in a constellation or sometimes to indicate a star's position in a group.

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Morales went to Rho's Liberty Women's Health of Queens with her sister on July 9, 2016.
"Our data also suggest a possible mechanism, in which the loss of Rho GDI-alpha function promotes distant progression of breast tumors by triggering downstream molecules, such as MTA2, with metastasis-promoting activities," they said.
Here is a dictionary phrase formed out of six Greek letters plus three added letters: eta, mu, nu, pi, rho, san, ADI = pseudo humanitarian (W2)
Phi Rho Pi also has a variety of awards named for past and present coaches who have impacted the organization.
Buried near the end of the AP story is this insight into Rho's history.
From the analysis, astronomers feel that they understand what happened to Rho Cas in 2000.
These studies provide evidence that the two activities mediated by myosin-II in these extracts are activated by Rho GTPases.
In the 20 minute youth races Welsh champion Dylan Kerfoot-Robson (Rhos) took the U16 race from Lovibond by two lengths, Rhos' Sol Kerfoot-Robson beat Twm Bryn (CB Dwyfor) by the tightest of margins for the U12 win, and the Dwyfor club's Elain Davies won the U14 girls for the second week.
THE first sale of females from the relatively new Rhos herd of pedigree Ayrshire cattle at Cardigan last week attracted a large crowd and a consistent trade from start to finish.
Runners-up were Cilcain YFC with Betws yn Rhos YFC in third.
Grief-stricken David Service was left a widower when Celia Mary Service, 72 died in Rhos on Sea on Monday.
The event is being organised by Wrexham council's Rhos estate office and will see staff, local groups and a team of volunteers joining in to help improve their environment.