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recuts

Surgical pathology Glass slides–GSs from paraffin-embedded tissue, obtained in addition to the original GSs, to either confirm the presence of a lesion identified on the first GSs or obtained for a second opinion, requested by the Pt or referring physician. Cf Levels.
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The meadow was being recut, the great red poppies were reopening in the garden.
Pour son œuvre [beaucoup moins que] Sans voile, sans remords [beaucoup plus grand que], elle recut le prix de l'association des ecrivains de langue francaise a Paris en mars 2013.
Archaeologists also found an ornament that dated from the Bronze Age but had been recut during Byzantine times into a Christian cross.
Next use a spade or edging iron to recut borders where the grass has grown into the beds.
Depuis la publication en 1959 de son chef-d'oeuvre, [beaucoup moins que]Le tambour[beaucoup plus grand que], un succes planetaire adapte au cinema par Volker Schloendorff, qui recut la Palme d'Or a Cannes et l'Oscar du meilleur film en langue etrangere, ce fumeur de pipe moustachu aux epaisses lunettes n'a eu de cesse de confronter son pays avec son passe nazi, avec sa mauvaise conscience.
Deer-feeding damage is less neat, more extensive and usually requires the gardener to recut, reshape and at times replace the more severely damaged shrubs.
Tiles will be recut with world files created to match the AutoCAD sheet layout.
This full service loft will be able to repair, recut and modify all sizes and brands of sails, as well as build new sails.
A diamond cutter needs to be consulted to determine how to best recut the stone and what the loss in weight will be.
Five years later the diamond was recut to its 67 1/8-carat size, at which time it became known as the French Blue.
It's likely they will be broken up and the stones recut in order to remove 12-digit serial numbers which are inscribed by lasers.