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Al·der

(ahl'dĕr),
Albert von, Swiss hematologist, 1888-1951. See: Alder anomaly, Alder bodies.
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Commercial readiness activities ongoing under the leadership of recently appointed chief commercial officer, Nadia Dac: As Alder prepares for the potential commercial launch of eptinezumab in the U.S.
Of course the benches can be used by anyone and the Friends hope that all sorts of people will start to use the benches to meet, relax, chat, enjoy the woodland and rest as they explore the 25 acres of ancient woodland that makes up Alder Coppice.
A number of students have close links with Alder Hey, and one student has a sibling with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Herbalists were always much taken with Alder because it provided a good income for the treatment of constipation where milder purges were ineffective.
While living in Ravensworth Terrace, Alder worked with Albany Hancock on the book The Monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca.
Five of Alder Hey's services were inspected as part of the latest report - critical care, end-of-life care, outpatients, diagnostic imaging and community services.
"Our little family along with Alder Hey has become the centre of attention for many people around the world and it has meant we have not been able to live our lives as we would like," he said.
The Alder Play App is aimed at making the patient's trip to the hospital less daunting, through virtual hospital rooms to familiarise the children with the environment, augmented reality and games to help distract children during procedures.
Within Alder Play, parents will also be able to interact with a chatbot called Ask Oli to ask questions about the hospital and what may happen to their child.
Chevron North Sea Limited announced on Monday that production of first gas has started from its high-pressure, high-temperature (HPHT) gas condensate Alder field in the Central North Sea in water depths of approximately 492 feet.
In demand for a wide range of applications, alder is used for cabinetry, furniture, flooring, turnery, musical instruments and decorative veneer.
Mr Alder, 37, choked to death on the floor of a police station in Hull in April 1998.