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Machado,

surname of one of the two families studied in major descriptions of the disease.
Machado-Joseph disease - a rare form of hereditary ataxia, characterized by the onset in early adult life of progressive disease, found primarily in people of Azorean ancestry.
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Machado would go to New York, and Tampa Bay Rays' pitcher Jake Odorizzi, Jacoby Ellsbury and likely Yankees' third-base prospect Miguel Andujar would go to Baltimore.
One one hand, the White Soxs involvement makes sense because Machado is only 25, and that age fits on a team in transition.
Like this urban legend send-up, Machados horror fables bend generic forms to, among other things, narrate a viral apocalypse by way of a memoir about the narrator's sex life ("The Inventory"), chart the slow dematerialization of women whose spirits haunt dresses and other traditionally feminine objects ("Real Women Have Bodies"), or rework the plot of Law and Order: SVU to literalize the ghosts of sex-crime victims and the emotional toll on SVU detectives, blending gothic, fan fiction, and TV recap in a drama that both deepens and purges the violence and pain of such crimes ("Especially Heinous").
En otro de los ensayos del libro, titulado "Josep Maria Corredor, fiel servidor de la memoria de Antonio Machado", Issorel recuerda el papel fundamental que jugo el hispanista catalan para que los restos de Machado permanecieran en el pueblo frances.
Vivek Ramaswamy, founder and director of Roivant Sciences, said, 'We are delighted to welcome Patrick Machado to our board.
Merrill earlier said Clinton called Machado on Friday to thank her for what he said was the courage she has shown.
Clinton had raised Trump's treatment of Machado during the two candidates' first debate Monday night as an example of how he views women.
Expanding on her role in human resources, Machado will oversee the company's rapid growth in professional, technical and hourly labor headcount.
Machado Saez's introductory chapter provides an excellent discussion of the ways in which contemporary globalization and pluralistic multiculturalism connect to, shape, and provide a context for Caribbean historical fiction.
Machado said Content Works delivers three different types of content for clients: licensed, vertical and custom.
In this book, authors Machado and Abelha present readers with a comprehensive examination of new solutions for data analysis and their applications in efforts to approve the quality of medical care and patient outcomes across varying contexts within the contemporary healthcare system.
Kiran Machado, a 39-year-old Indian, has lived all his life in Qatar.