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tenson

(ˈtɛnsən)
n
1. (Poetry) a French lyric poem
2. (Poetry) the contest at which such a poem is recited
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He said business has never been the same following the disputes, tenson and violence.
Calibrated pellets of calcium carbonate (in proportion of 1 wt.% in KBr powder) were performed and recorded with a Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (BRUKER TENSON 27, Germany) between 4000 and 400 [cm.sup.-1] with a resolution of 4 [cm.sup.-1].
by Muyambo Tenson tmabhuyamuyambo@gmail.com Faculty of Arts, Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University
best of both worlds Sprinter Bolt and golfer Stenson will be headline acts at the Olympics in Brazil next month ST er tenson e ics xt
Brief scores: Uday Khimji International 137 for 9 in 20 overs (Derrick George 30, Roshan Mankar 28, Jithin Palakkeel 22; Tenson Abraham 3/20) lost to Arrow Overseas 140 for 2 in 15.1 overs (Noushad Mohammed 74 n.o., Anil Lalji 24 n.o).
Joers, V Kisand, and T Tenson, "Co-occurrence of resistance to different antibiotics among aquatic bacteria," BMC Microbiology, vol.
The Parnu River accounts for approximately 80% of the inflow to Parnu Bay, bringing annually 2 [km.sup.3] of fresh water to the bay, although the volume of the inner basin is only 1 [km.sup.3] (Suursaar & Tenson 1998).