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Sy·den·ham

(sid'ĕn-ham),
Thomas, English physician, 1624-1689. See: Sydenham chorea, Sydenham disease.
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It is the goal of Philab Holdings through the acquisition of Sydenham Lab to lead in precision medicine and pharmacogenomics in Asia," Navasero said.
The acquisition of Sydenham Lab enables Philab Holdings to broaden our service offering to the Filipinos,' Philab Chairman and President Tom Navasero was quoted in a statement as saying.
The Sydenham upgrade project will help support economic and social development in Sydney, and improve the ease with which people move around in their day-to-day lives.
ELIZABETH BUCKLEY, conductor, The Sydenham Singers, Stockton
As well as the Egyptian Fine Art Court at Sydenham, he was responsible for the Alhambra Court, which beckoned through the 'Avenue of the Sphinxes'.
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Mr Sydenham, a senior CPS figure in the North East who deals with crown court cases, said a caution was recommended and that had taken place.
Mr Morgan, a private investigator from Islington, north London, was discovered outside the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham on March 10, 1987.
El latido del corazon puede ser anormal;***corea de Sydenham (vease recuadro) que consiste en sacudidas corporales y retorcimientos incontrolables.
Palace of the People The Crystal Palace at Sydenham 1854-1936 J.
The facility in Carrick-on-Suir is headed by newly appointed General Manager, James Wells, who joins Jim Sydenham and Mark Bishop as a Director of' Interfood.
The two who have to be backed are Sydenham, at 14-1 with Stanley, and Geoff Wragg's Torcello, at 25-1 with Coral Eurobet.