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prase

 (prāz)
n.
A light green or light grayish-green variety of translucent chalcedony.

[French, from Latin prasius, from Greek prasios, leek-green; see praseodymium.]

prase

(preɪz)
n
(Minerals) a light green translucent variety of chalcedony
[C14: from French, from Latin prasius a leek-green stone, from Greek prasios, from prason a leek]
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Our PRASE methodology helps us help clients to get clear on what the problems are and what actions can be taken to fix them," says Brian Newton.
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An assay based on PrASE was set up for screening of the MC1R and CDKN2A polymorphisms suggested to be present in the Swedish population.
Some of the finest pieces owned by Rudolph were made in Milan, a superb example being a piece by Gasparo Miseroni made out of a rich green kind of quartz called prase (Fig.
Pentastar Aviation, based at Oakland County International Airport in Waterford, was ranked the 8th best charter operator in the country by Professional Pilot magazine in its 28th annual PRASE (Professional Pilot Preferences in Aviation Services and Equipment) survey.
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At the heart of the platform is the highly configurable and extensible PRASE rules engine, providing a full library of life, health and annuity products, enabling rapid product and process development capabilities, and innovation at the lowest possible cost point.
The process of building institutional capacity and regulatory framework for the implementation of PRASE are underway: a stall instead of the current institutional framework is drawn and suggestions are made for improvements.
Later I noticed that WRIGHT could be added to the first set, and in 1970 Stefan Burr of Bell Telephone Laboratories showed me PRAYS, PREYS, PRAISE, PRASE.
Nebegaledamas paaukoti savo jegu Tevynei, mirstantis Mykolas prase draugo ji pavaduoti, padirbeti Lietuvoje nors metus.
The ranking was part of the annual PRASE (Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment) Survey, which measures private pilot customer satisfaction.