Hulver

Hul´ver


n.1.Holly, an evergreen shrub or tree.
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Similarly, Tracy Hulver, senior identity specialist for telecom firm Verizon, has expressed his concern regarding people trying to "contact kids by masking as people they are not and 'infiltrating' the child's 'inner circle'.
Otherwise known as: Holm, Holy Tree, Hulver Bush, Christ's Thorn
Hulver, "Targeting mitochondrial alterations to prevent type 2 diabetes--evidence from studies of dietary redox-active compounds," Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, vol.
Ugly Sweater Contest: Jackie Sanders (from left), account manager assistant commercial lines; Cindy Cooley (third place), account manager assistant commercial lines; Jill Barbe (second place), commercial account manager; and Chris Hulver, commercial marketing representative.
Hulver e Houmard (2003) especulam que reducoes na concentracao plasmatica de leptina associada ao exercicio podem ser devido alteracoes na disponibilidade de nutrientes ou no fluxo de nutrientes para os adipocitos, servindo como um sinalizador para reducao da sintese de leptina no tecido adiposo.
Tracy Hulver, chief identity strategist for Verizon Enterprise Solutions, said: Through close collaboration with PRIVO, a system is being built that will be easy for parents to use while meeting the requirements of business.
Sparks LM, Xie H, Koza RA, Mynatt R, Hulver MW, Bray GA and Smith SR, A High-Fat Diet Coordinately Downregulates Genes Required for Mitochondrial Oxidative Phosphorylation in Skeletal Muscle, Diabetes, 54(7), 1926-33, July 2005.
Mike Hulver, 53, a geologist at Saudi Aramco in neighbouring Saudi Arabia, led a group of 20 runners as part of the oil company's community service promoting wellness.
Motorists were advised to steer clear of Hulver Road while the site was cleared.
He died when the car he was in crashed into a tree at Hulver, near Lowestoft, on September 9.