Ardea


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Noun1.Ardea - type genus of the Ardeidae: large New and Old World heronsArdea - type genus of the Ardeidae: large New and Old World herons
bird genus - a genus of birds
Ardeidae, family Ardeidae - herons; egrets; night herons; bitterns
Ardea herodius, great blue heron - large American heron having bluish-grey plumage
Ardea occidentalis, great white heron - large white heron of Florida and the Florida Keys
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The 10-year-old forced the pace from the outset but looked in trouble when headed at the last by the odds-on favourite, Ardea.
Todas coinciden en que el grupo proviene de un tronco comun y que luego se divide en dos subgrupos: el primero con las especies del genero Egretta y el segundo con las del genero Ardea y Bubulcus.
Ardea Partners, Lazard and Willkie Farr and Gallagher advised Allstate in the transaction, while Financial Technology Partners and Ropes and Gray advised SquareTrade.
According to the agency, Rampoldi coordinated the insider trading with two other brokers at his firm, as well as with a then-IT executive at Ardea Biosciences.
Previously, Waage has worked as vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary at Websense; vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Ardea Biosciences as well as practiced law for over a decade at DLA Piper, where he was a partner.
Since 2008, Manhard has served as senior vice president of Regulatory Affairs and Development Operations, corporate compliance officer and director at Ardea Biosciences, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AstraZeneca PLC.
Waterford & (d) Connaughton road property owners' management company ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at connaughton road, Sligo & (e) Brian coombs design ltd having its registered office & principal place of business at ardea, tuosist, Killarney, co.
However, the migratory behaviour of Ardea alba (Linnaeus, 1758), indicates a tendency to move to particular regions due to the abiotic aspects (Sick, 1997; Nunes and Tomas, 2004).
For example, AstraZeneca and Ardea Biosciences Inc.
Wortmann who reported serving as a consultant to Ardea Biosciences, Novartis, Savient, Takeda, and URL Pharmaceuticals.
24 February 2011 - US biotechnology firm Ardea Biosciences (NASDAQ:RDEA) said on Wednesday the underwriters in its common stock sale have used in full their right to sell 412,500 additional shares at the public offering price of USD26.