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EQUULEUS. The name of a kind of rack for extorting confessions. Encyc. Lond.

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In conjunction, the split-dosing regimen for DARZALEX is based on data from the company's global, multi-arm, Phase 1b EQUULEUS (MMY1001) study in multiple myeloma, which evaluated DARZALEX in combination with various treatment regimens.
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(73.) "Equuleus" (foal) here means an instrument of torture in the shape of a horse; one might compare line 160 "Abeant in malam crucem." The pun depends on paronomasia ("eques" -- "equuleus"); it seems doubtful to me that Erasmus is playing on the double sense of "equuleus," as the ASD commentators suggest.
According to Genmab, this approval was supported by data from the phase Ib EQUULEUS (MMY1001) clinical trial, which demonstrated DARZALEX pharmacokinetics (PK) concentrations were comparable regardless of whether the first dose was administered as a split infusion or as a single first infusion in patients with multiple myeloma.
This decision was based on data from the Phase 1b EQUULEUS (MMY1001) clinical trial, which demonstrated daratumumab pharmacokinetics concentrations were comparable regardless of whether the first dose was administered as a split infusion or single first infusion in patients with multiple myeloma.
In the area of sky approximately bounded by Pegasus, Aquila and Cygnus lie the four small constellations of Equuleus, Delphinus, Sagitta and Vulpecula, which are often overshadowed by their larger and brighter neighbours.
Let's first take to the water in far southeastern Delphinus, where we'll find the tight double star [Sigma]2735 sitting 53' west-northwest of the star 1 Equulei in the neighboring constellation Equuleus, the Little Horse.
Conditions were so favourable that the audience was able to pick out some of the fainter stars making up constellations such as Lyra, Aquila, Sagitta, Delphinus and Equuleus, often not visible from a light polluted site.
ROCKAVON (of the Sunday Mail) Today's nap: EQUULEUS PICTOR (2.20 Sandown)