chlorprothixene

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chlorprothixene

 [klor″pro-thik´sēn]
a thioxanthene drug having sedative, antiemetic, antihistaminic, anticholinergic, and alpha-adrenergic blocking activity; used to control symptoms of psychotic disorders.

chlorprothixene

(klōr″prō-thik′sēn″)
A first-generation antipsychotic agent used to treat schizophrenia. Its side effects include sedation, slurred speech, and tardive dyskinesia.

chlorprothixene

a thioxanthene derivative, related to the phenothiazine tranquilizers. Used as a tranquilizer, especially in pigs.
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brasilensis, which according to Truxal (1949) is associated with the Amazon basin.
Several aquatic heteropteran species have seemingly disjunct distributions, with broad distributions in central Mexico and outlier populations in central Arizona (Menke, 1960; Menke and Truxal, 1966; Polhemus, 1966; Menke, 1977).
A global (market-based mechanism) established under those conditions might create an unintended competitive advantage for airlines that have significant global market share but are registered in 'developing countries'," said Steven Truxal, an aviation law professor at City University London.
FedEx Ground learned about Sam's pillow project and how he really wanted to get these pillows shipped to different hospitals beyond his hometown," says Erin Truxal, manager of public relations for FedEx Ground.
After the above cited works, isolated descriptions of species and studies on specific families or genera were made (Martin 1928, Anderson, 1932, Hungerford 1933, Hungerford & Evans 1934, Drake 1938, Kuitert 1942, Drake & Harris 1942, 1943, Hungerford 1948, Drake 1952, Truxal 1953, Hungerford 1954, Drake & De Carlo 1953, Drake & Hussey 1955, Lauck 1959, Menke 1963, Drake & Van Doesburg 1966).
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The rain will allow 61-year-old Joe Truxal to tarry over his 6 a.
For a brochure phone or e-mail Jewell Truxal toll-free at: (800) 443-6348.
Today, more demands are being placed upon visual simulators to achieve yet a higher level of realism [Fischetti and Truxal 1985; Tucker 1984].
This tension was echoed by Truxal [38], who reported that many engineers preferred to continue doing engineering--to engage in creative problem solving--and to avoid becoming bogged down in the personnel and organizational problems inherent in a management career.
Erik Truxal, Aquila sales manager for North America, said, "The BioBus is the perfect setting to demonstrate the simplicity and versatility of the Aquila.