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pilch

(pɪltʃ)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) an outer garment, originally one made of skin
2. (Clothing & Fashion) an infant's outer wrapping, worn over the napkin
[C17: from Old English pylce a garment made of skin and fur, from Late Latin pellicia, from Latin pellis fur]
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Pilch and colleagues also reported on experiments that validate FtsZ as the bactericidal target of TXA707, which included disruption of FtsZ polymerization dynamics as well as formation of the ring-like structure formed by FtsZ (termed the Z-ring) at the middle of the bacterial cell that is critical for bacterial septum formation and cell division.
These suspensions also exhibit very good dispersion of ihe pilch particles wiihin the PI up to 30 wi% pitch concentration.
David Friend, MD, MBA, and Patrick Pilch, MBA, CPA, are managing directors of BDO Consulting Healthcare Practice.
Pilch recommends, "Getting some of the famous asparagus chowder first, because it sells out quickly
Pilch also notes that Israelite culture didn't encounter Greek medicinal practice until the fourth century B.
Pilch has certainly written about alcohol before, but perhaps nowhere more touchingly than here, diligently describing Jerzy's very first sip of schnapps--the center of an initiation ritual by which he is let in on the Gomulka plot and, in a way, on manhood, too.
Pilch uses a typology from medical anthropology to suggest that Jesus' willingness to touch lepers and embrace them is the heart of healing stories concerning leprosy.
Pilch (Visiting Professor at the Stadium Biblicum Franciscanum, Hong Kong and at the University of Pretoria, South Africa), Social-Science Commentary: On The Letters Of Paul is a truly in-depth study of the God of Israel and the apostle Paul's commentaries on the God of Jews and Christians.
Pilch presents Visions and Healing in the Acts of the Apostles: How the Early Believers Experienced God, a close and scholarly examination of the religious ecstatic trance experiences and healing events recounted in the Acts of the Apostles.
Carol Pilch, a lawyer representing the companies, said they already had removed all but about 2 million pieces of jewelry from the market and those would be completely cleared within the next several weeks.
The members are: Katlyn Grams, Jessica Weber, Amber Pilch, Kayla Quintanilla, Janelle Grover, Jenna Vincej, Becky Gragas, Casey Wesley andJessica Heade.
Those who are looking for a sweeping chronological survey of American Jewish educational history would probably be better served by the Pilch collection or by Walter Ackerman's competent work in this area.