ternal

ternal

(ˈtɜːnəl)
adj
1. having three parts
2. third
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How fast the redevelopment comes to fruition remains to be seen as government pursues ex- ternal funding.
Placenta praevia: incidence, risk factors, ma ternal and fet al outcomes in a Nigerian teaching hospital.
In these samples (fifteen eggs per group, eggs were one day old) were evaluated ex ternal and internal egg quality parameters: egg weight, egg shape index, albumen share, yolk share, shell share, albumen height, Haugh unit and yolk colour.
From Left: Watsons supervisor Geralyn Ternal, Area operations manager Abigael de Vega and Global Own Brands and Exclusives brand manager Mishen Hernandez.
It said it had taken independent, ex ternal legal advice on its decisions, which found that GRG's activities were not within its remit and confirmed "the FCA's conclusions are correct and rea sonable".
Seventeen-year-old Darwin was killed with Cherwen Polo, William Bordeos, Sherwin Ternal, and a certain 'Rambo,' in an alleged drug bust after they supposedly resisted.
Whether that is through a history with dieting and giving that power over to an ex- ternal thing, through trauma, there are so many reasons that people lose connection with their bodies." -Anna Permanence Active but "I liked kickboxing.
The policy, which began with the 2013 Match, has resulted in significant increases for in ternal medicine, family medicine, and pediatrics.
The creamy-white opacities are present in the in- ternal part of the enamel.
Vents and/or exhaustion systems are istalled on the warehouse roofs aiming to equalize the silo in ternal pressure during the loading/unloaing processes, since providing the aeration air exit makes easier to re move gases originated from the stored grain ecosystem and dislocating the hot air acculated in the warehouse upper part through the convection currents.