gamon

gamon

An uncommonly used term for any substance produced by gametes of one sex that facilitate fertilisation by a gamete of the opposite sex.
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Rabea Tea is the main sponsor of tournament with Al Abeer Medical Group, Jeddah National Hospital, VLCC, TSS, Fathima Supermarket, Gamon Group, Kathir Rice, AlRayan Polyclinic and Sharafia Trading are co-sponsors.
Also Gamon [13] used lemma unigram, bigram and trigram respectively.
In the Footsteps of Dr Livingstone - An expedition through Botswana, Zambia and South Africa with Livingstone expert Russell Gamon.
From leaves used for fluorescence analyses, chlorophylls were extracted in 80% acetone and determined as described by Sims and Gamon (2002).
Another speaker is Dan Gamon, an independent dairy nutritionist, who will assess the relationship between fertility and nutrition.
It has not only protected the village but will also safeguard agriculture land and the Gamon Bridge from future damages.
Lucy Gamon, Note, Patent Law in the Context of Corporate Research, 8 J.
According to ISPR Security forces carried out search and sweep operation in remaining areas of Akhun Kale, Gamon Bridge, Rangeela, village Khazana, village Wakilabad, Baiddarra and Garai.
Corporal Chris Gamon and Kingsman Paul Crosbie are even planning to eat double their rations if the Merseyside blues can topple Chelsea on Saturday.
Commenting on the SocketModem SS release, Symstream's Sales and Marketing Director, Mark Gamon said, "Multi-Tech and Symstream's synergies and cooperative relationship ensure that our customers will continue to receive a quality product in a timely manner.
Goodison Glory, who is owned by Everton supporter Gill Gamon, and trained by Richard Fahey, got off the mark at his second attempt.
CUTLINE: (1) Carlos and Mary Santiago; (2) Steve Gamon, Jack Foley and Paige Tobin; (3) James A.