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horned viper

n.
A venomous snake (Cerastes cerastes) of northern Africa, having a hornlike projection above each eye.
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Phylogeny of hemoglobins: The complete amino acid sequence of an [alpha]-chain of Viper (Vipera aspis) hemoglobin.
aspis Carlin, 1939 - + - Testudinella patina intermedia + - - (Anderson, 1889) Testudinella sp.
aspis, viviparous) was influenced by both short-term (preovulatory) and long-term (prior year) storage of energy.
Expositores: Analia Aspis (Universidad de Estocolmo), Albert Diaz (DIA--PUCP) y Victoria Landa (MAGIS--PUCP), 30 de junio
Greek Attica Bank (ATH: TATT) has set aside speculations on a possible merger plan with a domestic peer Aspis Bank (ATH: ASPT).
Finacle de Infosys y Aspis Bank anunciaron hoy que Aspis Bank, Grecia, puso en produccion la solucion de banca universal Finacle.
Vergiftungem durch einheimische (Vipera vipera berrus and Vipera aspis) Eine retrospective studies on 113 patient.
Simone Aspis, of the United Kingdom's Disabled People's Council, said: "It is outrageous that the PFI is refusing to waive a 20-minute free dropoff fee.
In a press release, the organisation's Simone Aspis (Parliamentary and Campaigns Worker) stated: "UKDPC welcomes the Government's consultation on the regulation but we see there may be much legal confusion for disabled air travellers which may even lead to lessening disabled people's rights as the regulation takes precedence over domestic disability anti-discrimination law.
(16) To judge by what has been transmitted, the heroic poems were concerned with three legendary cycles only: the Trojan cycle (Kypria, Ilias, Aithiopis, Ilias Mikra, Iliou Persis, Nostoi, Odysseia, Telegonia), the Theban cycle (Amphiaraou exelasis, Oidipodeia, Thebais, Epigonoi), and the Heracles cycle (Amphitryonos pros Teleboas mache, Oichalias halosis, Keykos gamos, Aigimios, Aspis, Herakleia).
"Euthanasia for disabled newborns tells society that being born disabled is a bad thing," said Simone Aspis, the Independent reported.
Spokeswoman Simone Aspis said: "What kind of message is this sending out to society where it is perceived to be easier to kill a disabled person rather than support them to live with dignity?"