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mitoma

, mitome (mī-tō′mă, mī′tōm) [Gr. mitos, thread]
The network of microtubules in the cytoplasm of a cell.
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American comedies do zero business here," says Mitoma.
Through the festival, we hope each person can go beyond what's familiar and explore the potential of interfaith and intercultural collaboration,'' Mitoma said.
This will enhance our line of servers and storage systems, which are designed for the cost-conscious IT professional who requires a balance of capacity, performance, and reliability," said Michael Mitoma, executive director of Storage Engineering at Dell.
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Judy Mitoma, director of the Department of World Arts and Culture at UCLA (the university's unusual name for its dance department), said it is "astonishing" to see two master artists, such as Ramaa and Anjani, with gifted daughters.
So when UCLA professor Judy Mitoma received a missive from His Holiness late last year, she took it seriously.
Becuse of these actions, Mayor Mitoma presented Borut with a plaque from the City of Carson and APAMO specifically recognizing Borut's "all-inclusive" and much appreciated efforts to involve constituency groups in the life of the NLC organization.
In Los Angeles, the UCLA Center for Intercultural Performance, directed by Judy Mitoma, held its first meeting of the advisory group for the UCLA Dance/Media Project.
About 40 people attended the kickoff breakfast, including Long Beach Mayor Beverly O'Neill, Hawaiian Gardens Mayor Lupe Cabrera, Signal Hill Mayor Gerard Goedhart and Carson Mayor Michael Mitoma.