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conus

(ˈkəʊnəs)
n, pl -ni (-ni)
1. (Anatomy) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord
2. (Zoology) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord

CONUS

continental United States.
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Thank you, Doni and Coni, who've always trusted and cheered on us producers/writers.
La pelicula Guerrero muestra a Coni Lopez Silva, una policia comunitaria del Frente Unido para la Seguridad y el Desarrollo del Estado de Guerrero (FUSDEG), quien se enfrenta a los grupos delincuenciales en la region de Chilpancingo; asi como a Mario Vergara, que anda en busca de su hermano Tomas, secuestrado y desaparecido, pero tras perder el miedo ya empezo a buscar en los alrededores de Iguala algun rastro de su familiar.
En Buenos Aires, los estudios estadisticos de Emilio Coni establecian que tres cuartas partes de los ninos nacidos no se vacunaban (31) y Jose Penna senalaba que en cuarenta anos (1842-1883) solo tenian registro de 24.
This law gave the CONI (Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano) legal personality and placed it under the supervision of the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment (13).
However, CONI did absolve Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro last year when documentation was not filed correctly by Juventus after he received emergency treatment for a wasp sting.
Atelopus senex is distinguished from the new taxon by having, well-developed glandular ridges on the dorsum and in lacking extensive coni development on the limbs and flanks (no dorsal glandular ridges and numerous coni on the limbs and flanks in the new taxon).
The following year Coni again battled the elements and elevation, even sitting through a pelting hail storm.
These survey findings, while concerning, underscore the opportunity Americans have to in crease their overall health and well-being by learning more about bone health and the factors that influence it, including calcium absorption," says Coni Francis, chief dietitian for GTC Nutrition.
Tim and Coni Forcey and their kids, Renee and Eric, call it their global warming pole.
According to the BMJ article, Prof Emery prepared a report on the CONI scheme in 1998 - at which stage 5,000 babies had passed through the scheme - among which there had been 35 unexpected deaths.
Volunteer Coni Hintergardt says the projects give her and her 10-year-old daughter a sense of accomplishment.
Sanders' daughter, Coni Sanders-Adams, encouraged the students to be kind to others.