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teras

(ˈtɛrəs)
n
1. a monstrosity
2. (Animals) a tropical moth
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.teras - (medicine) a grossly malformed and usually nonviable fetus
fetus, foetus - an unborn or unhatched vertebrate in the later stages of development showing the main recognizable features of the mature animal
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
acardia - congenital absence of the heart (as in the development of some monsters)
acephalia, acephalism, acephaly - absence of the head (as in the development of some monsters)
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The independence and freedom of our people has never been and should not be taken for granted," said General Riho Teras, Estonia's chief of staff.
Yn dawel yn ei chartref, Haulfryn, 6, Brynffynnon Teras, Rhoshirwaun, yn 78 mlwydd oed.
4% in revenue tonne-kilometer terAs a result, the Cargo load factor showed a corresponding improvement, rising 0.
In this partnership, KKP is responsible for providing data and information on potential fishermen provided banking services, providing data and information related to fishing business activities, including fishing ports, ships and shipyards, environmentally friendly fishing gear producers, perpetrators downstream industries existing in fishing ports and other potential banking facilities, facilitating technical assistance and socialization activities to fishermen and facilitating locations available at fishing ports for placement of Teras BRI Mobile and BRILINK Agents.
Eva Liina Asu, Partel Lippus, Karl Pajusalu, Pire Teras, Eesti keele haaldus, Tartu: Tartu Ulikooli Kirjastus, 2016 (Eesti keele varamu II).
The latter launched a programme called TERAS (High Performing Bumiputera Companies) to assist such firms' work to scale up, accelerate their growth and be able to compete in the liberalized economy without overdependence on the government.
Research has found that course designers must consider carefully the structure in designing e-learning and online learning courses (Ausburn, 2004; Grant & Thornton, 2007; Teras & Herrington, 2014).
There is a significant body of research that shows that a sense of belonging to a learning community is important to students in terms of their perception of the learning experience but also in terms of improving their learning outcomes (Cocks & Stokes, 2013; Thomas, Herbert, & Teras, 2014).
Coughlin SS, Calle EE, Teras LR, Petrelli J, Thun MJ (2004) Diabetes mellitus as a predictor of cancer mortality in a large cohort of US adults.
EVANS Michael Daniel Y sydyn ar ddydd Sadwrn Ionawr 30, 2016 yn Ysbyty'r Tywysog Philip, Michael, Teras Gorsddu, Penygroes; priod hoff y diweddar Gwenda, tad cariadus Hywel a Delith, tadcu tyner, mab y diweddar Gwynlais a Bronwen, brawd, brawd-yng-nghyfraith, tad-yng-nghyfraith a mabyng-nghyfraith hoffus.
The tradition of buying gold or silver, on the day of Dhan Teras before Diwali, also saw a slow-down.
Con una serie de sensores insertados en las cosas, la generacion de datos es constante, al respecto, Carlos Gonzalez ejemplifico: "los sensores en los autos de la Formula 1 envian 2GB de informacion por vuelta y 3 Teras de informacion son recaudadas al final de la carrera", que hacer con toda esa informacion y cuales los usos que se les da la interpretacion y usos.