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Noun1.Orpin - perennial northern temperate plant with toothed leaves and heads of small purplish-white flowersorpin - perennial northern temperate plant with toothed leaves and heads of small purplish-white flowers
genus Sedum - large genus of rock plants having thick fleshy leaves
sedum - any of various plants of the genus Sedum
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A Non-mandatory Pre-proposal Confer#ence Will Be Held At 2:00 Pm October 15, 2015 At The District Adminis#trative Offices (capital Projects Program Office) 16550 Sw Merlo Road Beaverton Oregon 97003 Prospective Proposers Are Requested To Register With Orpin As An "interested Supplier" For This Solicitation.
Illumina's Senior Vice President and General Manager of Reproductive and Genetic Health, Tristan Orpin, also highlighted the significance of the alliance for the reproductive biology community: "Illumina has a strong commitment to improving in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes through the use of industry leading genomics but appreciates that there are many factors that impact ART outcomes.
She was predeceased by her siblings Frances and Catherine McGrath, Marilyn Orpin, and Eleanor McNamara.
eResponse workers (from left) Ryan Orpin, Wendy Martin, Nicky Grogan and Dean Williams
CREW: N Cornish (4) A Liddle (3), B De Haas (3), C McKay (1), D Sheppard (4), J Kolsky (2), M Ivaneza (1), P Binstadt (2), R Shand (3), M Loneragan, J Orpin, G Loiterton
See Debbie Orpin, Corpus Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis: Examining the Ideology of Sleaze, 10 INT'L J.
David Orpin and new wife Rachael only met because they were invited to act as Elodie's godparents at her 2007 christening.
A specialist dairy health event on Anglesey Showground, Gwalchmai, Holyhead, tomorrow, February 9, will see industry experts Peter Orpin and Dick Sibley covering issues including the principles of infectious disease control, identification and diagnosis, testing and analysis, as well as the potential economic losses where BVD and Johne's disease are concerned.
Orpin (1983) reported that between 16% and 20% of its lignin content was lost within 4 days of incubation with rumen fungi.
WHAT a shocking story about Hannah Orpin, who had hot fat thrown at her by a girl working at a burger van.
Scop cop, is known by the common names Rhodiola, Roseroot, Rosenroot, Golden Root, Arctic Root, Orpin Rose, Rhodiole Rougeatre), and has a long history as a valuable medicinal plant having appeared in the Materia Medica of a number of European countries (Linne, 1749; Sparschuch, 1775; Pharmacopee Francaise, 1976; Virey, 1811).
Desde entao, pesquisas como as apresentadas por BERBER-SARDINHA & BARBARA (2008) e ORPIN (2005) tem unido as duas areas.