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Directory of Rare Analyses. A reference published by the American Chemical Society that catalogues rarely ordered clinical tests and provides details on the labs performing them
Criteria for inclusion in DORA Test of interest is not performed by more than 2 labs

DORA

Directory of Rare Analyses Clinical chemisty A reference book published by the Am Chemical Soc that catalogs rarely ordered clinical tests and provides details on the labs performing them Criteria for inclusion in DORA Test of interest is not performed by > 2 labs
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Despite its obvious flaws, the self-aware film matures when Dora discovers the gold city Parapata and asks permission from the Inca Princess Kawillaka, performed by Native actress Q'orianka Kilcher, to allow them a glimpse of their greatest treasure.
The Premier said across 15 weeks of pre-production and 15 weeks of filming, Dora and the Lost City of Gold employed more than 400 Queensland cast and crew, engaged 200 small businesses and injected approximately $43 million into Queenslands economy.
He, who wished not to be named in the story, said that besides having scores of drug dens in the federal capital, Dora Village is mother of all evils where narcotics business is exploding day and night but police, ANF and other law enforcement agencies paying no heed something that might play havoc with lives of young generation.
Dora hopes to join her folks but Elena calmly counsels her daughter: "You have the whole world to explore.
This is still a slick Hollywood kids' movie, and it does outstay its welcome; Dora herself is deliberately one-note, while adult sidekick Derbez is firmly in panto mode.
Now 17 years old, the homeschooled, fourth wall-breaking Dora Marquez (Isabela Moner) finally gets to leave the Peruvian jungle she grew up in.
So Dora flies to Los Angeles to stay with her cousin Diego (Jeff Wahlberg), where the concrete jungle's greatest challenge is navigating the warring tribes of the local high school.
'Dora and the Lost City of Gold' is not a satire, however, nor is it an attempt to crossbreed Nickelodeon's popular bilingual character, who made her first TV appearance in 2000, with 'Mean Girls'.
The new film really hits home how Dora has spent most of her life exploring the jungle, meaning nothing could prepare Dora for her most dangerous adventure yet - high school.
And then everybody called me from Europe when it was announced, and they were like, "Oh my God; you know, you're going to be Dora's mum!" And I was thinking, "How do you know who she is?" So to find out that she was internationally known was surprising and exciting," she said.
"Lost City" picks up the show's premise: Dora (Madelyn Miranda) lives in a nonspecific jungle with her best friend and cousin Diego (Malachi Barton), and her parents (Michael Pena and Eva Longoria), professors who have been searching for an ancient Incan city, full of riches.
Dora Sam was a named policyholder of an American National homeowners policy in effect at the time of the shooting, and she demanded that American National indemnify and defend her in the wrongful death action.