deriv

deriv.

1. derivation.
2. derivative.
3. derive.
4. derived.
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Deriv from Germanic folklore, Krampus is a beast-like creature said to punish those who are naughty throughout the yule season.
Orn, ornitihine; Cys, cystine; Deriv Peak, derivatization peak; Lys, lysine; Tyr, tyrosine; Met, methionine; Val, valine; Nva, norvaline (internal standard).
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Ozakiv S (1977) Orally active cytostatic deriv of 5-fluorouracil USP 4071519.
ParaAaAaAeA~aque's present name is deriv from "para aqui," a command used by a Spaniard to the driver of caruaje (horse-drawn carriage) to stop so he could disembark.
The value | investments, and the income derived deriv from fr them, can go down do as well as up and you can get back less than you originally invested.
Now comparing the res ults with HPLC reported procedures [20] us ing s ame deriv atizing reagent (pyridoin), the HPLC procedure is bas ed onthe s eparation of eight guanidino compounds with a flow rate of 1 ml/min within 25 min.
Tomado del latin circumspectus, participio de circumspicere 'mirar alrededor', deriv.
The results presented in column 3 of Table 3 suggest that the variable DERIV is a significant, positive determinant of firm value for French firms, which is evidence that FC derivatives use is value enhancing.
Porcentaje de superficie regada por tipo de aprovechamiento en el estado de Puebla Pozos profundos 40% Deriv aciones 34% Manantiales 10% Mixtos 10% Plantas de bombeo 4% Almacenamientos 2% Fuente: CONAGUA- Colegio de Postgraduados, 1998.
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