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(mer),
1. Chemical suffix attached to a prefix such as mono-, di-, poly-, tri-, etc., to indicate the smallest unit of a repeating structure, for example, polymer.
2. Suffix denoting a member of a particular group, for example, isomer, enantiomer.

-mer

1. Chemical suffix attached to a prefix such as mono-, di-, poly-, tri-, etc., to indicate the smallest unit of a repeating structure; e.g., polymer.
2. Suffix denoting a member of a particular group; e.g., isomer, enantiomer.
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Paul Bridger, corporate director of operations of Rove Hotels, added, " La Mer is one of Dubai's popular attractions, fast-evolving as the place to be for leisure and relaxation.
Existing beaches at La Mer have been redeveloped to include showers, toilets with baby changing and access for people of determination, free Wi-Fi, information hubs, mobile charging, prayer rooms, four children's playground areas and over 1,000 parking spaces are among the other amenities.
Hawa Hawa ('air' in Arabic) is the name of the trampoline park at La Mer. The dune shaped facility has been brought from Japan and is ideal for anyone who loves to 'jump and bounce' around or show off their trampolining skills and stunts.
The second phase of La Mer, The Wharf, incorporates rusty steelworks and an industrial aesthetics, with a waterpark featuring a surf park that is a first-of-its kind in the region; a cinema, additional shops, cafes and restaurants.
Bien des enjeux lies a la mer et au littoral ont ete discutes.
The PWC report is based on findings on the relative size of different economies, now and in 2050, in terms of two alternative measures of GDP at market exchange rates (MERs) and at purchasing power parities (PPPs).
Impressively, INO-4700 was advanced into the clinic within nine months of vaccine candidate selection-the first MERS vaccine in humans.
The Philippines, so far, has had a total of three confirmed MERS cases.
Owing to improved infection prevention and control practices in hospitals, the number of hospital-acquired cases of MERS has dropped significantly since 2015.
Mered joined Zurich in 2008 as CEO for Zurich Middle East where he developed and led an accelerated growth strategy across six countries.
In addition, the emergency room resident physicians (ERRPs) are at risk of falling ill from exposure to MERS patients and the possibility of spreading the illness to their family members, which could affect their overall effectiveness and willingness to work during a MERS outbreak.