Linne


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(lĭn)
n.1.Flax. See Linen.
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The bright apron of pulverized ejecta that surrounds Linne is easy to spot whenever the Sun is positioned high over western Mare Serenitatis.
Antitumor activity of crude polysaccharides isolated from Solanum nigrum Linne on U14 cervical carcinoma bearing mice," Phytotherapy Research, 21: 832-840: (2007)
En su descripcion latina, Cavanilles senala haber utilizado los textos de Johann Jakob Dillenius (1684-1747), Carl Linne (1707-1778), Georg Franz Hoffmann (1760-1826) y Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1744-1829): <<1168.
Los adolescentes indagados pueden ser denominados "prosumidores": actores performativos y sujetos voyeuristicos que constituyen audiencias y, al mismo tiempo, presentan "escenarios" y "actuaciones" (Urresti, Linne y Basile, 2015).
Lenders currently engaged with ValueScape have agreed to pay the per-appraisal fee for the technology, rather than having appraisers pay, Linne says.
El articulo de Joaquin Linne continua la tematica sobre poblacion menos favorecida, introducida por el articulo anterior.
De son cote, MmeKirsten Nusung, de l'universite de Linne (Suede) s'est penchee sur le livre [beaucoup moins que]La Femme sans sepulture[beaucoup plus grand que] (2002) pour mettre en exergue [beaucoup moins que]la technique d'Assia Djebar consistant a fictionnaliser les temoignages pour mieux integrer l'histoire dans la memoire collective[beaucoup plus grand que].
The aging workforce is "the biggest risk all businesses face over the next 15 or 20 years," a ticking time bomb that will cost agency owners money and talent unless they take action to address it, said Larry Linne, president and CEO of Sitkins International, in his NetVU Conference presentation on how agencies can address the needs of aging boomers.
He frequently returned to the Dutch town of Linne, which 45 Commando had liberated .
Linne is chief analytics officer for San Marcos, California--based ValueScape LLC.
Abundance and distribution of queen conch (Strombus gigas, Linne 1758) veligers of Alacranes Reef, Yucatan, Mexico.