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genetrix

(ˈdʒɛnɪtrɪks)
n
a female progenitor
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Otherwise, she would offend Mater Genetrix (the Earth) and crops can be destroyed, or Vesta, the domestic fire, or Sol--the god of sun, and woodland deities similar to the Roman Diana.
TiGenix acquired Coretherapix, owned by Genetrix S.
Beata es virgo Maria dei genetrix que credidisti domino).
In the first game, the team won against Hamilton, Zimbabwe's champion, in the second against Malawi's champion, Genetrix, in the third against Hypo, Zimbabwe's champion, in the fourth the team had a tie with the Police team, in the fifth the team won against Police Machines, champion of Nigeria, and in the sixth against Trastis, Ghana's team.
Contractor name : ATI GENETRIX SISTEMI TERRITORIALI
Pero mientras la espanola se celebra en septiembre, la mexicana en diciembre--doce dias antes del nacimiento de Cristo (doble doce), como numero clave que representa un ciclo cosmico--, como la genetrix y anunciacion de Dios.
Rousseau cast the citoyenne as the genetrix of the new society, a wife and mother who would create the conditions that were necessary to raise new, ideal, and uncorrupted little citizens.
sed si praecipitant miserum cognoscere curae, Cadmus origo patrum, tellus Mauortia Thebe, est genetrix Iocasta mihi.
Previously, Dr Sohmer was CEO of Orthocon Inc, interim CEO of Cylex Inc, CEO of Pathway Diagnostics Ltd, president and CEO of Neuromedical Systems Inc, chair of TriPath and president and CEO of Genetrix Inc at the start of his career.
19 October 2012 - German pharmaceutical company Sygnis Pharma AG (ETR:LIOK) said its shareholders had approved the acquisition of X-Pol Biotech SL, the DNA sequencing unit of Spanish biotechnology firm Genetrix SL.
recibir sentado frente al templo de Venus Genetrix a los senadores que se habian dirigido a el para presentarle honores