Margarate

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Mar´ga`rate


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) A compound of the so-called margaric acid with a base.
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It was tabled last year by the ad hoc maize scandal committee chaired by Uasin Gishu Senator Margarate Kamar.
High Commissioner Margarate Adamson said the photos in this exhibition tell the story of how our mutual relationship has been developing since 1948.
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KARACHI -- The High Commissioner of Australia in Pakistan, Margarate Adamson, called on Governor Sindh, Mohammad Zubair.
The preparation of an analytical reference sample can be made by dissolving a heat treated sample containing all the isomers in a heptane solution containing methyl margarate as reference standard.
In the current study, no significant differences (p>0.05) in composition of fatty acids (caprate, laurate, myristate, pentadecanoate, palmitate, palmitoleate, margarate, cis-11 heptadodecanoate, stearate, oleate, trans-vaccenate, linoleate, cis-11 eicosenoate, docosa hexaenoic acid, and docosa pentaenoic acid) were observed.
Richmond, Continuous Speech Recognition Using Articulatory Data, Edinburg: Department of speech and language sciences, Queen margarate university College, 2000.
Nurses: Making Policy from Bedside to Boardroom, edited by Rebecca Patton, Margarate Zalon, and Ruth Ludwick, will highlight the tremendous impact nurses have made, are making, and must make on health policy in both micro and macro arenas and provide nurses with intellectual and practical leadership tools to do more.*
The victim has been identified as Mary Margarate Rose, 60, from the south Indian state of Kerala.
In association with Al Hilal Hospital, LuLu Hypermarket has also arranged a health check up for expectant mothers along with a doctors' session with consultant gynaecologists Dr Shashi Kumar and Dr Maha Ahmed and child specialists Dr Mary Margarate, Dr Sredevi Radhakrishnan.
of Santa Rosa, Calif.; two sisters, Margarate Anderson of Corvallis and Nola Kidd of Beaverton; and three grandchildren.
They also ignored Margarate Mead's methodological approach, which was developed in 1962.