Vipera


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Related to Vipera: Vipera berus, Vipera aspis
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Noun1.Vipera - type genus of the ViperidaeVipera - type genus of the Viperidae    
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
family Viperidae, Viperidae - Old World vipers
common viper, Vipera berus, adder - small terrestrial viper common in northern Eurasia
asp, asp viper, Vipera aspis - of southern Europe; similar to but smaller than the adder
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UK-based mobile financial services and digital customer engagement solutions provider Vipera plc (AIM: VIP) has closed the acquisition of Spanish software solutions firm SoftTelecom Desarrollos I Mas D S.
151,152) Based on the distribution of venomous snakes, Echis carinatus, Vipera lebetina, Pseudocerastes persicus, and Walterinnesia aegyptia are the most common venomous snakes in Iran.
On Friday, Vipera Plc said that it has entered into a partnership to expand its mobile banking product.
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All attending celebrities, select press and media, and other VIPs will receive Gypsy Grove's Vipera Berus bracelets in their gift bags.
Hemorrhagic stomatitis in a natural hybrid of Vipera ammodytes x Vipera berus due to inappropriate substrate in terrarium.
ExperienceLab, Sercos user experience design agency, and Vipera, the specialist digital financial services provider, today announced a worldwide non-exclusive partnership to collaborate on next generation, mobile centric, user experience design, leveraging each others highly complementary offerings in their respective markets.
Spigolando tra le immagini dei testi, abbondano i tipi come la Mamma, l'Astratta e l'Angelica, la Bambola e l'Oggetto perduto, la Deliziosa e la Moglie, l'Esotica, la Vipera, la Maltrattata e l'Inferiore, a cui viene detto: "Donna tu non sei niente se non hai un uomo, che ti puo dare notti senza domani.
Costs of reproduction in male adders, Vipera berus.
This ionic barrier of glomerular filtration was shown to be destroyed by Vipera russelli venom in isolated rat kidneys (Willinger et al.
Vipera palastinae envenomation in 327 dogs: a retrospective cohort study and analysis of risk factors for mortality.