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labrys

(ˈlæbrɪs; ˈleɪbrɪs)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) an axe with a double head that was a religious symbol in ancient Crete
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Before joining Teva, Bigal was CMO at Labrys Biologics, Inc.
The two venBio strategic funds have invested in 14 companies to date, including: Cytos (now KURN), Aragon (acquired by J&J), Solstice, Labrys (acquired by Teva), Seragon (acquired by Roche/Genentech), Aurinia (AUPH), Heart Metabolics, Metacrine, Alexo, Precision Biosciences, Checkmate, Adheren, Apellis, and Nabriva (NBRV).
It is called labrys in Greek and the word "labyrinth" derives from it.
Labrys has a range of investigational, approved and marketed
21 July 2014 - Israeli generic drug maker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (TLV:TEVA) on Monday said it had finalised its acquisition of US development stage biotechnology company Labrys Biologics Inc.
Last month Teva confirmed it will pay $825 million for Labrys Biologies, a privately held biotech that has been concentrating on the development of treatments to prevent migraines.
Asi lo confirma la encuesta realizada bajo el presente estudio a 17 tour operadores europeos (Terre d'Aventure, Comptoir des Voyages, Tirawa, Nouvelles Frontieres, Voyageurs Du Monde, Talisman Travel Design, Labrys Reizen, Terra Travel, SNP, Fox Vakanties, Vamonos Travels, Explore, Oasis Overland, Jacada Travel, Sunvill Traveller, Wilderness Journeys, Dorado Tours) que venden destinos de naturaleza.
Her poems have been published in Smith's literary magazine Labrys, as well as in the five-college literary journal Quick Brown Fox.
No que diz respeito a mobilizacao social no nivel internacional, Cai Wilkinson & Anna Kirey (2010) examinaram as formas em que a juventude naoheterossexual e transgenero envolvida com a ONG Labrys no Quirguistao comecou a demandar a protecao de seus direitos civis e humanos basicos na base de sua autoidentificacao como LGBT.