Mucic


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Mu´cic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or derived from, gums and micilaginous substances; specif., denoting an acid obtained by the oxidation of gums, dulcite, etc., as a white crystalline substance isomeric with saccharic acid.
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'With continued strong customer demand and our tight focus on profitability, we remain as confident in our 2019 outlook as we are in our midterm ambition,' added Mucic.
To test this concept, I asked then Northwestern graduate students Bobby Mucic and James Storhoff to seek out Bob Letsinger, the pioneer of oligonucleotide synthesis, and learn how to make strands of DNA that could be chemically immobilized on gold.
Mucic also said SAP management was confident that the drop in profits would not hold the group back from reaching its objectives for the full year.
In highlighting one study, Mucic reports that patients may not feel comfortable sharing personal health information over an electronic medium.
Earlier this month, SAP Chief Financial Officer Luka Mucic said revenue from the company's Web-delivered programs will outpace traditional software licenses by 2020.
A spokesman for the Dublin mucic venue said: "Each month some of the biggest and best bands to play Whelan's over the years will return to play special intimate one-off shows.
purpose for the offence of torture." Prosecutor v Mucic et al,
Farmers Market Festival Featuring foods, talks, demonstrations, mucic and children's activities, 3-6 p.m.
Zejnil Delalic, Zdravko Mucic, Hazim Delic y Esad Landzo (Celebici Camp), 1998.
Webber has long been a fan of Elgar's mucic Julian Lloyd Webber has been appointed as an associate artist for the Orchestra of the Swan, in Stratford-upon-Avon
Gavin, whose real surname is Hanvey, first appeared on the mucic scene in the late 1970s with his shock rock group The Virgin Prunes, which also featured future artist Guggi in its line-up as well as The Edge's brother Dik Evans on guitar.
(26) Prosecutor v Zejnil Delalic, Zdravko Mucic, Hazim Delic and Esad Landzo, IT-96-21-T, Judgement, (16 November 1998) (International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Trial Chamber), online: ICTY <http://www.icty.org/> [Celibici judgment].