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prase

 (prāz)
n.
A light green or light grayish-green variety of translucent chalcedony.

[French, from Latin prasius, from Greek prasios, leek-green; see praseodymium.]

prase

(preɪz)
n
(Minerals) a light green translucent variety of chalcedony
[C14: from French, from Latin prasius a leek-green stone, from Greek prasios, from prason a leek]
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Prase is a specialist audio and visual distributor with a strong heritage in the solution driven professional audio market where the business operates with high-end specialist brands, such as Shure and Biamp.
19 February 2019 - UK-based audio visual distributor Midwich Group plc (LSE: MIDW) has closed the acquisition of 80% of the share capital of Italian AV products distributor Prase Engineering S.p.A, the company said.
The Raman spectra shown in Figure 10 are very similar to the spectra of prase opal presented by Shigley et al.
"Our PRASE methodology helps us help clients to get clear on what the problems are and what actions can be taken to fix them," says Brian Newton.
Pirmasis klausimas "Ar skaitote komiksu knygutes?" prase atsakyti pasirenkant viena is sesiu galimu atsakymo variantu (9 pav.).
Sioje administracineje byloje pareiskejai prase teismo ginti, ju manymu, pazeistas ju teises i sveika ir harmoninga gyvenamaja, darbo ir poilsio aplinka.
Some surprising green quartz ("prase") specimens recently collected at Rio Marina on the Island of Elba were offered by Maurizio Prati, one of the most active Italian field collectors.
In a survey of its pilot readership, Aviation International News (A.I.N) magazine has once again voted it the Best FBO in the Middle East and also ranked it amongst the world's best, while Professional Pilot magazine's 36th annual PRASE (Preferences Regarding Aviation Services and Equipment) Survey ranked it Best Middle East and African FBO.
Naujininku gyventojai kategoriskai pareiske, kad "plano sudarytojas, matyt, niekados nera buves ju priemiestyje ir mates reljefo", todel prase miesto valdzios neskriausti ju, "leidziant igyvendinti neapdairaus architekto sudaryta plana" (Jurkstas 1979: 28).
See Lydia Ginzburg, On Psychological Prase (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991), 86-87.
Sing to the LORD a new song, his prase in the assembly of the faithful.
Protease-mediated allele-specific extension (PrASE) is a flexible assay and can be performed at lower temperatures using thermolabile enzymes, such as the Klenow fragment, or at increased temperatures using thermostable DNA polymerases, such as Taq polymerase.