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halver

(ˈhɑːvə)
n
a person who shares something
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Presentan una estructura anatomica similar al intestino, y cumplen funciones similares a los ciegos piloricos de especies como la trucha arcoiris (Oncorhynchus mykiss), lubina rayada (Morone saxatilis), esturion blanco (Acipenser transmontanus), lubina marina (Centropristes striatus), reedfish (Polypterus senegalus) y robin marino (Prionotus carolinus) (Buddington y Diamond, 1987; Halver, 1989).
It probably won't reach $14 billion if you compare it with other banks that were active in this business,' analyst Robert Halver of Baader bank told.
On table plutot sur 5 milliards de dollars[beaucoup plus grand que], commente l'analyste Robert Halver, chez Baaderbank.
Halver, author of the work's preface and a member of both the NAS and ASA, the NAS's claims "ignored certain unresolved problems that should be an integral part of scientific education.
The quality and quantity of dietary protein strongly influence growth rate in fishes (Wilson and Halver, 1986).
Liver lipid content has been used as an indicator for evaluation of choline status in animals (McDowell, 2000; Halver, 2002).
Haffner, an industrial engineer from Halver in Germany, belonged to a group called Volunteers in Cebu.
Andersen LP, Schjoldager B, Halver B: Jejunal diverticulosis in a family.
Aquellas que se han adaptado a bajas temperaturas (5-10[grados]C) presentan mayor concentracion de acidos grasos poliinsaturados que aquellas especies que se encuentran en un ambiente mas calido (25-27[grados]C) (Dey, Buda, Wiik, Halver & Farkas, 1993; Lewis, 1962).
The biggest job cuts are taking place in Germany's banking sector, not more cyclical industries, where companies want to keep hold of their specialised workforces," said Baader Bank strategist Robert Halver.
Para Halver (1972), quando os peixes sao expostos a situacoes estressantes, os requerimentos de vitamina C podem dobrar ou triplicar.