dearn

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dearn

(dɜːn)
adj
alone or unseen
vb (tr)
(Knitting & Sewing) an archaic word for darn11
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The council should put them in, especially with old people here" Graham Dearn, aged 66, added: "These are old buildings, with old people in that can't get out easily, they should be put in to save lives.
In addition, Emma Hoare and Kelsey Marshall both achieved Distinction* grades in enterprise and entrepreneurship, and Poppy Dearn gained a Distinction* in performing arts."
Dentro de estas especies deARN, existen los ARN no codificantes o non-coding RNA (ncRNA), que tienen tan diversas funciones como regular la expresion genica de la transcripcion, procesamiento de ARN y traduccion.
The society's Karl Dearn says Whitworth was "a fantastic mechanical engineer" who was "technically brilliant but also practically creative".
Jean Dearn, BSN, CURN, is a Urology Program Nurse, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle, WA.
Dearn IM (1977) Pleiotropic effects associated with the albino mutation in the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria (Forsk.), and their relationship to phase variation.
& Ryvarden [[double dagger], NR] Ceriporiopsis subrufa (Ellis & Dearn.) Ginns [[double dagger], NR] Cerrena unicolor (Bull.) Murrill [[dagger], [double dagger]] Climacocystis borealis (Fr.) Kotl.
Adam Christian Dearn, 27, of Queens Terrace, Middlesbrough, fined PS200, ordered to pay PS20 compensation, PS20 in charges and PS85 costs for assault.
Fire suppression also promoted pathogens such as Scirrhia acicola (Dearn.) Siggers, a needle blight that affects P.
Dearn is the CEO of Bellatrix PC, a woman-owned law firm with offices in Southern California and Missouri.
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