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tyke

, tike
1. a dog, esp a mongrel
2. Austral slang offensive a Roman Catholic
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CorMatrix Tyke is intended for use in neonates and infants for repair of pericardial structures, as an epicardial covering for damaged or repaired cardiac structures, as a patch material for intracardiac defects, septal defects and annulus repair, suture-line buttressing, and cardiac repair.
Tyke's school days are spent protecting Danny from bullies, fighting his battles and getting him out of trouble.
Jon and Tyke opted to grind and polish the concrete floor (pictured at left) for a smooth finish, giving the area a modern edge.
I picked Tyke up and held him above my shoulders, hoping he was out of reach of any attack.
Thomas Supanchick had gotten up early that morning and noticed that Tyke's truck was gone and that Tyke himself was nowhere to be seen.
The Tykes No.1's storming stop from Alan Tate's spot-kick was the dramatic clincher after a gruelling 120 minutes in the League One play-off showdown.
Additionally, the creature can bring Tyke online for added entertainment.
- US-based medical device company CorMatrix Cardiovascular, Inc, has received 510(k) clearance from the Food and Drug Administration for its CorMatrix Tyke, a biomaterial technology derived from the company's ECM technology platform, the company said.
Tyke was traced to a badger sett, but Mr Walling had to wait for permission from wardens before disturbing the area.
The actress was given Tyke as a gift last year from Ryan, who plays Weatherfield builder Jason Grimshaw.
Since their wedding in January 2003, Tyke Supanchick had tried to isolate his wife, Kelly, from her family and friends, the mother says.
Part of my offer to be someone's tyke is that I buy the drinks for the day.