tombal


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tombal

(ˈtuːməl) or

tombic

adj
like or relating to a tomb
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Y algo similar ocurrio en La Torre de Meditacion en Delft, convertida por Rocha Tombal Architecten (fig.
That is necessary because you are always in a race between the people operating the system and people trying to cheat it," added Luc Tombal, from the company's border control business unit.
Smith MR, Saad F, Coleman R, Shore N, Fizazi K, Tombal B, et al.
The two acquisitions completed by MPT are: Triumph Hospital Clear Lake, a 110-bed LTACH facility that opened in 2005, which is subject to a lease that matures in 2025 and has two five-year extension options; and the Triumph Hospital Tombal, a 75-bed LTACH facility that opened in August 2006, which is subject to a lease that matures in 2026 and has two five-year extension options.
The approval of Prolia in the European Union is great news for patients as it is the first and only product approved in Europe for the treatment of bone loss associated with hormone ablation in men with prostate cancer at increased risk of fractures," said Professor Bertrand Tombal, chairman of the division of urology and associate professor of physiology at the Universite catholique de Louvain (UCL), Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc, Brussels, Belgium.
2) Thus, Quentin is able to hear "the dead tongue speaking" through Bon's letter, not through the tombal inscription (AA 102; Dryden 152).
Only the 56 days of writing and revisiting the scenes of his pilgrimage keep Humbert alive in his "well-heated, albeit tombal, seclusion" in jail (308).
There could scarcely be a clearer reference to the tombal nature of the poem itself than the repeated accent on lowering ("baissa," "tres bas") and the echo of "ombre .
The same applies to metafictional references to Humbert's writing: "When I started, fifty-six days ago, to write Lolita, first in the psychopathic ward for observation, and then in this well-heated, albe it tombal, seclusion" (327).
Il y chipota un poisson de la derniere heure, une viande molle et froide, pecha dans leur sauce des lentilles mortes, sans doute tuees par de l'insecticide; il savoura enfin d'anciens pruneaux dont le jus sentait le moisi, etait tout a la fois aquatique et tombal.
Broodthaers's piece, with its deadpan lineup of cannons, seemed to emerge as if from the mists of time to envelop de Cordier's tombal compost heaps and together create a kind of imaginary memorial trilogy: first the deadly cannons, then the funereal mounds, and then the cannons again, this time as memento mori on a ghostly village green.
Enzalutamide marks a significant step for many patients who live with mCRPC as encouraging, it demonstrates benefits in overall survival, has a positive impact on quality of life and has been shown to be well tolerated , said Professor Bertrand Tombal, MD, PhD, Chairman of the Division of the Urology and Professor of Physiology, Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL) and European Principal Investigator for PREVAIL.