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A special cast used for high cervical instability and whiplash injuries

Minerva,

Roman goddess of warfare and memory.
Minerva cast
Minerva collar
Minerva jacket - plaster cast made for stabilization of the vertebra.
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But Minerva said this was nothing compared to what her mother experienced while working abroad.
East Bengal will play Gokulam Kerela next on March 9 whereas Minerva will play against Chennai City on the same date.
Minerva integrates image analysis tools to tag photographs with characteristics to expedite database search, and reverse image search to identify similar images.
"Minerva has a 31-year track record of providing great solutions to some of the world's most recognizable companies, including large manufacturers and tech companies.
Delayed Deleveraging: Fitch expects the recent acquisition of JBS S.A.'s Mercosul assets will slow Minerva's deleveraging process, as initially anticipated.
This event will trigger acquisition of the onshore Minerva Gas Plant by the Casino Henry Joint Venture participants (Cooper Energy, 50% interest and Operator, Mitsui E&P Australia and its subsidiary Peedamullah Petroleum Pty Ltd 50% collective interest - 'the Casino Henry participants') announced to the ASX on 1 May 2018.
"In spite of the dramatic changes in the video industry, live TV still is unique in creating a powerful shared experience for sports, news, and major events," said Mauro Bonomi, Minerva's CEO.
Chief executive Alex Kanellis said: "The sale of Minerva provides additional proceeds to continue to drive our strategy forward.
The Imperial Leather soap maker has exchanged contracts to sell Greek subsidiary Minerva SA Edible Oils & Food Enterprises to Mirties Enterprises Co Ltd for GBP41.0 million in cash, payable upon completion.
Minerva, the Wi-Fi sharing with no video buffering solution that the MIT experts discovered works by breaking the tradition of Wi-Fi sharing.
Another coincidental observation: the goddess's name, Minerva, and her attribution of holiness reveal that in depicting mythological paintings on Minerva, Fontana was aware of the strong veneration for the virgin goddess during Roman times: numerous temples were dedicated to her, including the sacred edifice where Michelangelo's Risen Christ was displayed.
The agreement has been signed for granting Minerva worldwide rights to use and commercialise their non-integrating Sendai virus vectors, together with Minerva's proprietary technology, for generating Induced Pluripotent Stem (iPS) cells.