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v. t.1.To ornament; to adorn.
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Menapace, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and colleagues conducted a retrospective review of 23 patients undergoing primary implantation (12 patients) or secondary implantation (11 patients) after FFTT for ORN and ON.
A rat model of AS was generated by intragastric administration of ORN, according to a previously described method with some modifications [24].
Iceland started brightly with Vidar Orn Kjartanssan heading off the crossbar from Kristinn Jonsson's corner in the opening minutes.
In order to get the organisation to be operational, ORN was hosted by the organisation Positive Vibes (PV) until 2013.
oRn's network will be managed, monitored and optimized by Nokia's consolidated NetAct network management system.
Despite feeling "disappointed" about last Saturday's seasonopening home defeat against Eastleigh, Lee orn said: "ere are exciting times ahead.
James is the son of Amy Orn and stepson of Glenn Orn and grandson of Nancy and Edward Guillette of Thompson.
Elixir by Phil Cleary (Create Space: PS7.99 in paperback, PS5.50 in ebook) BRIGHT young research scientist Rachael Leo discovers a pill that can extend human life by hundreds of years in Liverpool-bS orn Phil Cleary's thriller Elixir.
WHILE admitting he had turned down offers from all over the world to sign for Paris St Germain, David Beckham omitted to mention an approach from Norwegian lower league club Orn Kristiania.