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Orn

Symbol for ornithine or its radical.

Orn

Abbreviation for ornithine or its radical.

Orn

Abbreviation for ornithine.
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Anderson, adjutant, cover letter to Lamb's AAR, 31 December 1864, ORN, series 1, vol.
Last year, the Duke/Booz Allen 2006 ORN survey revealed some key findings about the state of offshoring.
Mr orn added: "My pledge is to do everything within my capability, to ensure that when the time eventually comes for me to depart, the football club and community is in a better position than before I joined, with marginal lows along the way.
Among those also eligible to use the ORN will be judges, referees and umpires, around 28,000 representatives of the media and 25,000 sponsors and their guests.
Studies have shown that the mandibular bone in ORN patients, when compared to irradiated but nonosteoradionecrotic bone and to nonradiated bone, suggests that the inferior alveolar artery was obliterated or damaged to the extent that ischemia (low oxygen supply) occurred in the tissues in the area of distribution.
Parry, who gained silver at the Commonwealth Games for the 200m butterfly was pipped for gold by Orn Arnarson from Iceland.
The plot centers on some personal letters that Orn, a young teacher in Reykjavik, has found among his newly deceased father's papers.
Lewin, director of Duke/CIBER (Center for International Business Education and Research) and lead principal investigator of the ORN project, said, "Companies in the advanced economies of the U.
OKRL Gdansk - ORN radio navigation object Zukowo, 6.