dorsa


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dor·sa

 (dôr′sə)
n.
Plural of dorsum.
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Caption: PRACTICE--A thinner Dorsa Derakhshani practices her chess skills in New York City as she gets ready to compete in the United States.
Caroline Dorsa has joined US-based DNA sequencing and array-based technologies company Illumina, Inc.
Similar lesions were present on dorsa of proximal and distal interphalangeal joints of fingers of both hands (Figure 1, 2 and 3).
Credit unions have gained share because of a larger base of members and more robust technology that allow smaller lenders to provide the sophisticated level of services that mortgage lending requires, Dorsa said.
If the Tartarus Dorsa bladed region is comprised of methane clathrates, then the next question would be, "how were the clathrates placed there and where did they come from?
There was diffuse palmoplantar keratoderma involving bilateral palms and soles extending proximally up to wrists and dorsa of the hands and feet with well-defined margins.
Renewable fuel company Joule said on Tuesday that it has named of Caroline Dorsa to its board of directors and
The papers have been organized into sections that discuss the delineation of anatomical circuits for pain the dorsal horn; the regulators of fast synaptic transmission in the dorsal horn; the regulators of slow synaptic transmission in the dorsal horn; synaptic plasticity and the application of sensory information in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord; and mechanisms and targets fro chronic pain the dorsa horn, including arthritic pain, visceral pain, and neuropathic pain.
A SLM fighter listens to a radio at Dorsa village in west Darfur , October 10, 2004.
As president of the oldest and likely the largest national credit union mortgage group, Bob Dorsa is looking past the current subprime mortgage turmoil to wider challenges facing credit union mortgage lenders.
Caroline (pronounced Carolyn) Dorsa started her career in the Mayor's Office of New York City working for Mayor Koch, on a fellowship pro gram in urban affairs coordinated through New York University Graduate School.