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Histological structure of proximal convoluted tubules is preserved.
Action Sealtite also offer the Coreflex helically convoluted model with external vacuum wire.
A key relationship for convoluted bellows is based on these geometric factors:
Nineteen-year-old college sophomore Celeste Tyree travels to a small Mississippi town to organize a voter registration project, and prepare townspeople to pass the state's convoluted voting test to defy the Jim Crow laws meant to exclude black citizens from the polls.
In Untitled Tree (Blue, Violet, Green), simple shapes and large blocks of color take priority over convoluted pattern.
November 8 (Lions Gate Home Entertainment) Gay and straight relationships get equally convoluted in this dark comedy about the pitfalls of love and parenting from out writer-director Don Roos (The Opposite of Sex).
But the story falters toward the end, with the motivation of some characters seeming a bit convoluted.
Texloc is a maker of industrial convoluted and corrugated tubing, high purity polytetraflouroethylene (PTFE) tubing for general industrial purposes and PTFE capillary tubing for instrumentation and medical devices.
The Creek with some convoluted piece of modern concrete bullshit, or even worse, just remove the whole place in its entirety.
While leaders feel that they must make lofty statements to impress stakeholders, it is communicators who find themselves in the position of interpreting that sometimes convoluted message to their audience.
Given its epic emotions and convoluted plot, the story might better lend itself to opera than ballet.