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fluorine

 (F) [floor´ēn]
a chemical element, atomic number 9, atomic weight 18.998. (See Appendix 6.)
fluorine 18 a radioactive isotope of fluorine, atomic mass 18, having a half-life of 1.8925 hours; it has been used as a tracer in positron emission tomography.
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fluor·ine (F),

(flōr'ēn), Avoid the mispronunciation fluorīne.
A gaseous chemical element, atomic no. 9, atomic wt. 18.9984032; 18F (half-life of 1.83 h) is used as a diagnostic aid in various tissue scans.
[L. fluere, flow]
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fluor·ine

(F) (flōr-ēn')
A gaseous chemical element; atomic no. 9, atomic weight 18.9984032; 18F (half-life of 1.83 hours) is used as a diagnostic aid in various tissue scans.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

fluor·ine

(F) (flōr-ēn')
A gaseous chemical element used as a diagnostic aid in various tissue scans.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Additionally, other figures, mentioned in Levitov's Jewish Museum essay, became extensions of Gertrude's influence and social model back in America, sometimes in direct contact with Leo Stein: Mabel Dodge Luhan, especially; but also Agnes Meyer, Katherine Dreier, and the Stettheimer sisters, one of whom, Florine, became an artist (plate 45) in her own right (and even designed stage sets and costumes later for the Virgil Thompson/Gertrude Stein opera, Four Saints in Three Acts).
The playful, assured charisma of Nina Kaptsova as Princess Florine is another performance to treasure.--K.
Formally, the ceramics of the protagonists are as far apart as American artist Florine Stettheimer's (1871-1944) output is from that of British sculptor Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975).
And it is in this way, in the way that Florine Stettheimer's paintings disclose themselves to me as surfaces, that I love them.
Frank Gillis began treating Florine Bryant at Lister Healthcare (Lister) in 1999.
Wife of the late Clinton "Pete" Hazard, dear mother of the late Catherine (Ralph) and Clark (Florine), grandmother of Scott (Kim), Valerie and Jennifer (Claude), great grandmother of Dena, Ryan, Leah, Craig, Samantha, Alan and Danny.
In concluding this analysis of how Duchamp's circle of friends and colleagues were crucial to the formation of his identity as a chess player, Florine Stettheimer's Portrait of Marcel Duchamp of 1923 (Fig.
Beatrijs van Agt, Florine Koning, Esther Tak en Esther Wils, Het verborgen verhaal; Indische Nederlanders in oorlogstijd 1942-1949.
Leaning on the research findings of Florine Asselbergs (2004), Yannakakis informs us that a native artist (tlacuiloque) was responsible for producing the Lienzo de Analco soon after the conquest; the work epitomizes a medium in which "geography did not exist independently from history.
Her repertoire included Princess Florine in Sleeping Beauty, In 1935 Semyonova danced as a guest at the Paris Opera where she performed Giselle with Serge Lifar.
Those circumstances aren't lost on Florine Edwards, a vice president of corporate programs and exhibit management with FM Global, who is tickled about the coincidence, and who has been attending RIMS trade shows for at least 25 years.