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The molecular structures of bisphenol A backboned PC and m-tPh are shown in Fig.
Today, Canton Middle School has a sophisticated network of backboned file servers, CD-ROM players, and more than 200 third-generation IBM/Tandy/Macintosh computer work stations.
"Galway won an All-Ireland in 2017 backboned by a squad that won [U21] in 2011 and I think people were expecting a similar time frame from us.
This collective product offering brings Axxon Next VMS users an innovative surveillance solution backboned by VioStor NVR's rock-solid hardware and reliable storage features.
Meanwhile, 6-foot-8 senior center Brendan Kilcoyne has backboned the offensive and defensive boards while averaging 10.1 points.
28 ( ANI ): Backboned animals, at least the ones with jaws, have four fins or limbs, one pair in front and one pair behind and these have been modified dramatically in the course of evolution, into a marvelous variety of fins, legs, arms, flippers, and wings.
In addition to the national deployment of WiFi3 technology in Sierra Leone, World Affinity Telecom has secured licenses to deliver national WLAN coverage in a number of other Western African countries, including Guinea, where the company plans expansion of a WLAN network, backboned by WiFi3 technology, by the end of 2012.
Musical semblance was soon reaffirmed in the form of Cover Girl, backboned by a thumping trip-hop drum break and greased beautifully by Hudson's effortless vocal.
Ulster, backboned by a spate of Armagh's All-Ireland winning players, had to fight all the way against Munster.
How did the peeved reptile (backboned animal) flap open its mouth so wide?
Writing in Kadimakara: Extinct vertebrates of Australia (Pioneer Design Studio, 1985, Lilydale, Australia; Australian Book Source, Davis, Calif.), upon which much of the exhibit is based, Patricia Rich concludes: "So much is yet to be understood about the origin and evolution of vertebrates on this continent, the reason why Australia has served as a refuge at the end of the world for numerous groups of backboned animals, the effects of changing latitude and climate on the fauna of a continent that has moved a drastic 20 to 25 degrees in latitude during the last 40 million years -- and is still moving.