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(Anatomy) anatomy the spine
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n. spina, espina.
1. protuberancia en forma de espina;
2. la espina o columna vertebral.
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Spina veered his Volvo S60 into oncoming traffic and struck a 2013 Chevrolet Express van head on, causing it to crash into a 2011 Kia Soul, police said.
Spina bifida is permanently disabling and a poor community attitude casts a dark shadow upon the lives of those living with it.
Her eight-year-old nephew Irving was born with spina bifida.
She was sent to Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford, Essex, where the baby was diagnosed with spina bifida, a condition where a baby's spinal cord does not fully development in the womb.
So owners Randye Spina and Frances Trelease, both college professors and local business owners, created a Job Search Action Plan to help 20-something college graduates land on their feet.
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Roman was discovered to have spina bifida during his 20-week ultrasound as per CBS News in Aug.
"Because, well, why not, really?" The family, who live in Caldicot, were told Sara had spina bifida just before their second daughter Alis, now two, was born.
The $2.62 million Spina Thana Compound project provides offices, residential housing, barracks, mess halls, sentry posts, and pickets for 900 FCY personnel.
Around 40 babies are born with Spina Bifida each year in Ireland, one of the highest incidences in the world.

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