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tectum

[′tek·təm]
(anatomy)
A rooflike structure of the body, especially the roof of the midbrain including the corpora quadrigemina.
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Statistical data revealed that Thatta district has shown large number of species ratio of Pangshura tecta (0.167) and Nilssonia hurum (0.165), while in Sujawal district largest number of species ratio of Lissemys punctata was (0.22), Badin district showed largest number of species ratio of Geoclemys hamiltonii (0.16), while Dadu district showed the largest number of species ratio of Lissemys punctata (0.21), Khairpur district showed the largest number of species ratio of Lissemys punctata (0.20) while Sanghar district showed the largest number of species ratio of Lissemys punctata (0.19) and Sukkur district showed the largest number of species ratio of Lissemys punctata (0.15).
Further, we specifically examined the impact of specialized early childhood training on the quality scores in this sample of family child care homes by conducting one-way ANOVAs to examine four levels of early childhood professional development (none, TECTA, CDA, or 2year degree or higher in an early childhood education program) relative to FDCRS subscale and composite scores.
In the United States, there are two native bamboo species, southern cane (Arundinaria gigantea) and small cane (Arundinaria tecta).
Two prominent names in furniture design, Philippe Starck and the late Mies van de Rohe, headlined pieces by Kartell and Tecta, respectively.
8 (Berlin, 1887), 24: 'a parte vestibuli longitudo tecta intrinsecus patet mediis non interpellata parietibus, quae, quia nihil ipsa prospectat, etsi non hypodromus, saltim cryptoporticus meo mihi iure vocabitur' [On the side of the vestibule a covered length extends inwards, unobstructed by a center wall, which, because it looks out upon nothing itself, even if I cannot call it a 'hypodromus', I will at least rightly call it a crypt-portico].
64.37, `Pharsaliam coeunt, Pharsalia tecta frequentant'.(1) Yet several subsequent editors have agreed with Ellis and have also refrained from emending Pharsaliam.
26 November 2018 - US-based commercial roofing company Tecta America has acquired The Melanson Company, Vermont Roofing and A C Hathorne Company, Tecta said.
Rosemont-based Tecta America is a national commercial roofing services firm.
The top companies in attendance were: CentiMark, Tecta America, Baker Roofing Co., Nation's Roof, Kalkreuth Roofing and Sheet Metal, Best Contracting Services, Empire Roofing and Titan Roofing.
The infratectum is 0.8-1.2 [micro]m thick and comprises two distinct columellae layers separated by multiple, compact, internal tecta. The outer layer is 0.42-0.44 [micro]m thick and the inner 0.5-0.52 [micro]m.
Winner: DURO-LAST ROOFING www.durolast.com First Runner Up: Saber Concrete and Leveling Second Runner Up: Tecta America
The attention paid to the tops of their buildings as a registration of the sky through cornice details and eaves lines can be seen in the Smithsons' last commission for the reorientation and extension of the Tecta furniture factory (1990) with a new furniture museum in Germany, The internal arrangement of the factory has been reorientated to face the landscape.