eche


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eche

(iːtʃ)
vb (tr)
to make more or bigger
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The chronic toxicity test was performed using female CD1 mice (30 [+ or -] 2g in weight and approximate age of 8-10 weeks), which were given orally the alcoholic extract (ECHE), D-mannitol, or hexa-O-acetyl-D-mannitol under the same schedule as the hypercholesterolemia study.
En la primera seccion, eche de menos un trabajo dedicado al cine y la nacion en la democracia; en la ultima seccion eche de menos una reflexion sobre la tercera comunidad historica, Galicia.
Quizas se eche en falta un indice analitico que haga mas rapida la consulta de temas puntuales o personajes.
Arguing that unflinching severity is more efficient, and in the broader view less bloody, than misguided leniency, Churchyard recounts how Gilbert caused the severed heads of slain rebels to "bee laied on the ground, by eche side of the waie leadyng into his owne Tente: so that none could come into his Tente for any cause, but commonly he muste passe through a lane of heddes, whiche he vsed ad terrorem ...
Cualquiera que le eche un vistazo a los numeros vera que el Mercosur ha sido beneficioso para todos los paises miembro.