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Pe`da´ta

    (pė`dā´tå)
n. pl.1.(Zool.) An order of holothurians, including those that have ambulacral suckers, or feet, and an internal gill.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ermy Pedata also known as the language coach will present a session on confidence building strategies when speaking in your second language whilst Craig Cackowski will lead a pair of improv comedy workshops - all designed to improve participants public speaking.
Pedata et al., "Adenosine A2A receptors and brain injury: broad spectrum of neuroprotection, multifaceted actions and "fine tuning" modulation," Progress in Neurobiology, vol.
(Asteraceae), Florestina pedata (Cav.) (Asteraceae), Parthenium bipinnatifidum (Ortega) (Asteraceae), Zinnia peruviana L.
The Mediterranean cuisine, prepared by Cracco protege Luca Pedata, is less out-there than at the exec chef's mothership restaurant near the Duomo, and is ably abetted by delightfully ludic cocktails (one, Alex Come Here, features milk and cornflakes).
Pedata, "Striatal A2A adenosine receptors differentially regulate spontaneous and K+-evoked glutamate release in vivo in young and aged rats," NeuroReport, vol.
Pedata et al., "Adenosine A2A receptors and brain injury: broad spectrum of neuroprotection, multifaceted actions and 'fine tuning' modulation," Progress in Neurobiology, vol.
Table 5: Ethnopharmacological report of medicinal plants used by visionary "Rikuyhampiyachak." Number Scientific name Herbarium Medicinal use voucher 1 Cyclanthera pedata PPN-cu-004 Diminish fall (L.) Schrad.
Lana, D., Melani, A., Pugliese, A.M., Cipriani, S., Nosi, D., Pedata, F., Giovannini, M.G., 2014.
In addition, ischemic injury results in the release of ATP to the pericellular space, initiating an extracellular cascade of events, including purinergic signaling, chemotaxis of immune cells, and inflammation (Pedata et al., 2015).