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Lu·na

(lūn'ă),
Lee G., 20th-century U.S. medical technologist. See: Luna-Ishak stain.

LUNA

Laparoscopic uterine nerve ablation Gynecology A procedure for treating pelvic pain consisting in disrupting the uterine nerves. See Pelvic inflammatory disease.
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Richie adds that this piece serves as a bridge to Luna's style influences.
Equally fascinating is the second Luna now at Salcedo, a previously unknown work called The Hunting Party.
Lunas said fire investigators were still probing the possible cause of the blaze.
Esas diferencias, refieren los cientificos Jutzi y Asphaug se podrian explicar por el choque de un satelite menor con nuestra Luna, que ocurrio hace 4 mil 400 millones de anos, segun su hipotesis.
En lo que difieren los investigadores es que en lugar de haberse formado una luna, surgieron dos, una mas grande que la otra, que compartieron la misma orbita terrestre durante decenas de millones de anos, hasta que se produjo el impacto de una contra la otra lo cual produjo la incrustacion de la menor en la mayor.
Pero este ano ya enero tuvo dos lunas llenas -los dias 2 y 17- una carambola como la que ocurrio en 1951 y que solo se ha repetido en 1980 y 1999.
Sadly, the hero's artistic genes have not been passed down to younger Lunas because Andres had no child.
en palabras de Jorge Luis Borges: "La luna de las noches no es la luna/que Vio el primer Adan...".
This patent collaboration comes as Luna Mobile prepares to release a new line of smartphones and telecommunication services later this year.
CAE Luna will give healthcare providers confidence in caring for our most vulnerable patients, newborns in the first 28 days of life, said Dr.
The charges stemmed from a complaint filed in August by Councilor Noel Cortez, who said the project remained "a pebble and dirt road" despite Luna's claim that it was completed.
Everyone who comes out of Heneral Luna blames Aguinaldo-an oversimplification because history is more complex than our textbooks make it out to be.