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entasia

 [en-ta´zhah]
a constrictive spasm; tonic spasm.

entasia

a constrictive spasm; tonic spasm.
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According to the contract, Entasis will award an exclusive license, with sublicensing rights for zoliflodacin, to GARD in most of the low- and middle-income countries if the drug secures regulatory approval.
Entasis was installed in the Member's Penthouse of the Museum of Modern Art in 1972, and an installation was included in the Whitney Museum's 1973 annual.
Or the Lovely Lane Methodist Church in Baltimore (1883), whose burly stone tower tapers expressively like the entasis of a Doric column.
Con un entasis notorio en las expresiones modernas y dirigida abiertamente a un publico conocedor, la oferta de la feria proviene principalmente de galerias inglesas --la mayoria--, francesas, italianas y alemanas En la version de este ano, celebrada del 20 al 24 del pasado mes de abril, 38 galerias presentaron, entre otras, obras de autores como el renacentista Lucas Cranach el Viejo, los modernos Toulouse-Lautrec y Max Beckmann; los contemporaneos Roy Lichtenstein y Bridget Riley; y los actuales Gary Hume y Julian Opie.
En cuanto a su alzado, se puede decir que las columnas tenian fuste cilindrico, sin entasis, formadas por hiladas de canteria sobre los que se apoyarian arcos de medio punto, tambien en piedra, a partir de los cuales estaria un muro de mamposteria que alcanzaria la altura de la nave central.
Adicionalmente, las referencias de Zingg sobre las mujeres son negativas casi invariablemente, con entasis en su supuesta fealdad y su caracter malhumorado.
Plaintiff) verses Entasis and Hal Kolker (Defendants) regarding the parties' ownership and management rights and obligations of Tickets2Nite, LLC.
A partnership between Entasis Therapeutics and the not-for-profit Global Antibiotic Research & Development Partnership (GARDP) will take zoliflodacin into pivotal trials, the private company announced on Friday.
Brenda Miller, Entasis (1971), sisal, nails, blue pencil, 80" x 184" x 1-3".
Lea re-read Vitruvius for the formula on entasis and applied it, having the columns turned on a lathe.
In his effort to "overcome the inertness of stone architecture and make the building appear as a vital animate thing," Lewis writes, Furness employed "the whole repertoire of expressive Greek devices-column contraction, supple moldings, stylobate curvature, and, above all, entasis.
OTCBB:MOVE) disclosed today that on December 24, 2002, it instituted suit against its partner, Entasis, LLC.