Oratrix

Or´a`trix


n.1.A woman plaintiff, or complainant, in equity pleading.
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Yersinia pseudotuberculosis, serogroup 0:1 A, infection in two Amazon parrots (Amazona aestiva and Amazona oratrix) with hepatic hemosiderosis.
Study species and potential geographical distribution maps: The eight species of psittacids that inhabit the Yucatan Peninsula were studied: Olive-throated Parakeet (Eupsittula nana), White-fronted Amazon (Amazona albifrons), Yellow-lored Amazon (Amazona xantholora), Red-lored Amazon (Amazona autumnalis), White-crowned Parrot (Pionus senilis), Brown-hooded Parrot (Pyrilia haematotis), Yellow-headed Amazon (Amazona oratrix), and Southern Mealy Amazon (Amazona farinosa) (MacKinnon, 2005).
Abundancia relativa y caracteristicas del habitat de anidacion del loro cabeza amarilla (Amazona oratrix) en diferentes condiciones de conservaci on de la vegetacion.
Tres especies se ubican en el status de amenazadas: un halcon (Falco femoralis), Hylorchilus sumichastri y un colibri (Amazilia viridifrons); y dos en el estatus de peligro de extincion: un pato (Cairina moschata) y el loro cabeza amarilla (Amazona oratrix).
The women of Oratrix take the Sam Bond's stage, and if things go the way they want it, their appearance will whip up a bit of rage.
The W3C's SMIL Recommendations have been prepared by the Synchronized Multimedia Working Group (SYMM-WG), which over the years has included representatives from the following organizations: Alcatel, Apple, CNET/DSM, Canon, Compaq, CSELT, CWI, DAISY Consortium, DEC, Ericsson, France Telecom, Gateway, Glocomm, GMD, Havas, IBM, INRIA, Intel, Lucent/Bell Labs, Macromedia, Microsoft, Netscape/AOL, NIST, Nokia, Oratrix, Pana sonic, Philips, The Productivity Works, RealNetworks, WGBH, and the W3C.
Privately-held Oratrix, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, develops and sells products for creating and playing streaming multimedia presentations.
The team's members--Dick Bulterman, Lynda Hardman, Jack Jansen, and Sjoerd Mullender--all worked at the Dutch Center for Mathematics and Computer Science before forming a company known as Oratrix Development in January 1999.