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se·le·nic

 (sə-lē′nĭk, -lĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or containing selenium.

selenic

(sɪˈliːnɪk)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or containing selenium, esp in the hexavalent state
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The supplementation of cartilage medium with ascorbic acid, insulin, transferrin and selenic acid is crucial to maintain the cartilaginous matrix production (Clark et al.
Galang [2]; Masami Fujita [3]; William Killam [4]; Runa Gokhale [2]; John Pitman [5]; Dejana Selenic [5]; Sovatha Mam [1]; Chandara Mom [1]; Didier Fontenille [6]; Francois Rouet [6]; Saphonn Vonthanak [7]; Roka Cluster Investigation Team
The preference for moonlight of all luciferic made Blaga endow the tiny creatures with a selenic glow.
The light springing from the eyes of the beloved is not only selenic, but an inner light, deriving from the first.
Other leading writers are Aleksandar Tisma, Borislav Pekic, Dragoslav Mihailovic, and Slobodan Selenic in fiction; Branko Miljkovic, Ljubomir Simovic, and Matija Beckovic in poetry, and Aleksandar Popovic, Simovic, and Dusan Kovaaevic in drama.
Petersen; National Institute of Safety and Health: Josh Harney, Robert McCleery, Ken Martinez; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: McKenzie Andre, Mick Ballesteros, Mary Brandt, Shadi Chamany, Daniel Feikin, Collette Fitzgerald, Jessica Gardom, Alex Hoffmaster, Kristy Kubota, Richard Leman, Naile Malakmadze, Els Mathieu, Leonard Mayer, Shawn McMahon, Juliette Morgan, Tim Naimi, Steve Ostroff, John Painter, Harald Pietz, Tanya Popovic, Joe Posid, Efrain Ribot, Dejana Selenic, Tanya Sharpe, Montserrat Soriano-Gabarro, Allison Stock, Phil Talboy, Sara Whitehead, William Wong, Weigong Zhou; University of North Carolina Medical School: Manoj Menon; U.
So the selenic hicrophanies show us the ciclical cosmic way: vegetation, fertility, woman changes.
As he extends his lunar metaphor from 'The Epochal Suspension of Empedocles' to 'Trakl and the Selenic Situation of the Sister', 'Kafka and The Animal Kingdom of the Writer' and 'The Solitude of Parchment in Marquez', he writes as though on the crest of a wave, the animating wave of poetic speech, 'the marvelous motion of a ripple or wave that swells and sinks and thus both moves and stays in place', which is the fascinating subject of his third chapter.
Veering between lucid lunacy and mere moonshine, lunar influences wax and wane in the three parts of the book, but are strongest in the central chapter on Trakl, which is probably the most powerful of Krell's dialogues with literary and philosophical texts and also the most striking illustration of the darker theme of the sister, stranger, and lover (she of the Selenic voice) united in one Geschlecht, marked by confusions of sex and gender and the shadow of incest.
About one fourth of the articles examine one or more novels by such prominent writers as Ivo Andric, Milos Crnjanski, Dobrica Cosic, Slobodan Selenic, and Milorad Pavic.
Marfin, and Lyle Petersen; CDC, Atlanta: Mary Brandt, Richard Kanwal, Kristy Kubota, Els Mathieu, Steve Ostroff, John Painter, Dejana Selenic, Allison Stock, Linda Weigel, and William Wong; New York City Department of Health: Neal Cohen, Laura Mascuch, Denis Nash, Sarah Perl, and Don Weiss; New York City Public Health Laboratories: Alice Agasan, Jay Amurao, Josephine Atamian, Debra Cook, Erica DeBernardo, Adeleh Ebrahimzadeh, Philomena Fleckenstein, Anne Marie Incalicchio, John Kornblum, Ed Lee, William Oleszko, Lynn Paynter, Alexander Ramon, Chiminyan Sathyakumar, Harold Smalls, George Williams, Marie T.