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jam

(jăm)
v.
1. To block, congest, or clog.
2. To crush or bruise.
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F11R

A gene on chromosome 1q21.2-q21.3 that encodes a member of the immunoglobulin superfamily, which is a key regulator of tight junction assembly in epithelia. F11R also acts as a receptor for reovirus, a ligand for LFA1 (an integrin involved in leukocyte transmigration) and a platelet receptor.
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Unlike a regular jam session, there will not likely be useful material in the first day or two because it will sound very much atonal due, in part, to the aleatoric nature of the language.
Local musician Sean Shanahan still can recall his first time playing at a jam session decades ago.
A set of shared expectations and goals have shaped rules and norms for jam sessions that maintain a social structure and provide the basis for a successful creative outcome.
Learning to improvise in family "jam sessions" helps physicians in other ways.
Traditionally, a jam session is where experienced musicians make up a house band and invite guest musicians on stage to play standards and improvise with them.
The BlackBerry Jam Sessions will take place in Egypt on 18 and 19 June and will provide attendees with "the latest resources, training and best practices for creating BlackBerry 10 apps," the statement said.
Friends marked his life with a jam session at the football club after his funeral at Teesside crematorium.
Johnson attended 10 different jam sessions in Eugene, accompanied by photographer David Martinez, who had just finished his journalism training at the University of Oregon.
Jazz Festival: Jam Session BOTANICAL GARDENS, BIRMINGHAM TWENTY-five years ago, at the first Birmingham Jam Session Digby Fairweather was a young trumpeter trying hard not to be over-awed by the likes of Humphrey Lyttelton; at this anniversary celebration he was one of the elder statesmen of a line-up that included the phenomenal young vibes player Jim Hart.
Fans of the two-wheeled transport enjoyed live music, bluegrass jam sessions and barbecues.
But Jim Nettleton, who has been running Jim's Jam sessions at the pub every Thursday for more than two years, has already started looking for alternative premises.