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sard

[särd]
(mineralogy)
A translucent brown, reddish-brown, or deep orange-red variety of chalcedony. Also known as sardine; sardius.

sard

guards against incantations and sorcery. [Gem Symbolism: Kunz, 107]
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These studies focused on relatively common SARD, in particular, SLE, RA, and SS: concentrations of FLCs were found to be significantly increased and have been investigated as possible biomarkers of the progression and severity of these chronic inflammatory diseases [8-11] as well as a potential therapeutic target [25].
"Both the Both IRA and 401(k) plan come into play for retirement planning and tax planning," adds Sard. "By contributing up to the current allowable limits, you automatically lower your taxable income.
Azaleas (Sard Harker p.129) and poison ivy (ODTAA pp.233, 237), though conforming to popular expectations that tropical flora should be either lurid or toxic, are North American rather than Central or South American plants.
The minister visited Kohat Road, Ramdas, Dabgari Garden, City Circular Road, Kohati Gate, Sard Cha Gate, Lahori Gate, Yakka Toot, Qissa Khwani, Ashraf Road and LRH where tight security arrangements were made to avert the possibility of any mishap on 9th and 10th Muharram.
* Sard Verbinnen & Co., a global strategic communications firm, completed a 5,829 s/f expansion on a portion of the 22nd floor, which brought its overall presence to 50,415 s/f in building.
Miguel Sard of Santander said: "With competition for school places fiercer than ever, parents are making significant financial and lifestyle sacrifices to be within the catchment area of desirable schools.
Head of Santander Mortgages, Santander, Miguel Sard, commented "These are highly competitive new rates which positions Santander as the mortgage provider of choice for homeowners across the UK.
Within the systemic autoimmune rheumatic diseases (SARD), antinuclear antibodies (ANA), directed against various cellular components, and associated autoantibodies, such as antibodies reactive with dsDNA and extractable nuclear antigens (ENA), are fundamental for diagnosis [1-3].
Lyndsay Sard, business manager at the care home, said: "We decided to do this Wii tournament for fitness and to enhance recollection and remembrance.
Two tenders for the rehabilitation/ replacement & conducting civil works at (a) the waste water treatment station in Saft Torab reporting to El Mehalla El Kobra Branch & (b) Sard Station, also transport of a set of lifting pumps & demolition of a water storage tank at Segin potable water treatment plant.
English speakers will also have the opportunity to buy the English copy of Shaikh Sultan's Sard Al That (meaning autobiography in Arabic) which was launched last year's Sharjah Book Fair by Al Qasimi Publishing.