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A plural of pallium.
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Their wool is then woven into a pallia which, on the vigil for the celebration of the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul on June 29, are laid upon the main altar at the St.
Lysozyme action relieved this quenching, yielding an increase in fluorescence that was proportional to the lysozyme activity in the pallia! cavity fluid tested.
A preliminary study of resource overlap between howling monkeys (Alouatta pallia ta) and other arboreal mammals in the tropical rain forest of Los Tuxtlas, Mexico.
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Pallia are woven from the wool of white lambs shorn by Trappist monks on the feast of St.
High-level delegates from the ICT industry speaking at the event in Dubai include Wim Elfrink, Executive VP Emerging Solutions, Cisco; Ulf Ewaldsson, CTO, Ericsson; Eileen Healy, CEO, Healy & Co; John Davies, VP Sales and Marketing, Intel; Sifiso Dabengwa, Group President and CEO, MTN; Franco BernabE , CEO, Telecom Italia; Zheren Ma, Head of Corporate Strategy, Tencent; Alan Braverman, Senior Executive Vice-President, Walt Disney Company; Ashish Srivastava Pallia, Chief Enterprise Architect and Head, Wipro Technologies; and Ming Xu, Vice President, ZTE.