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pilar

 [pi´ler]
pertaining to the hair.

hair·y

(hār'ē),
1. Of or resembling hair.
See also: hirsutism.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism.
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pilose

pilar

/pi·lar/ (pi´lar) pertaining to the hair.

CLEC2A

A gene on chromosome 12p13.31 that encodes a C-type lectin domain protein which enhances TCR-stimulated T-cell expansion by upregulating anti-apoptotic proteins. CLEC2A may modulate T-cell homing to lymph nodes through SELL. It facilitates immune recognition of keratinocytes by interacting with KLRF2 and stimulating natural killer cell mediated cytotoxicity. CLEC2A is primarily expressed in the skin.

hair·y

(hār'ē)
1. Of or resembling hair.
2. Covered with hair.
See also: hirsutism
Synonym(s): pilar, pilary, pileous, pilose.

pilar, pilary

pertaining to the hair.

pilar cyst
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The Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, built on the exact spot in 1681, is the first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary in religious history.
12, the actual feast of Our Lady of the Pillar, patroness of Spain and all Hispanic nations, including the Philippines.
Carmel, the Penafrancia (both of Bicol and of Paco, Manila), the Guadalupe, the Soledad de Porta Vaga of Cavite, Our Lady of the Pillar (or La Zaragoza of Zamboanga and even of Santa Cruz, Manila), and, of course, the Nuestra Senora de Guia in Ermita and the Nuestra Senora de Remedios in Malate, churchshrines where she would frequently attend Mass and do her devotions.
Fort Pilar is a Spanish fortress camp in Zamboanga City built in the 17th century and named in honor of Our Lady of the Pillar.
Among the nearby churches are Our Lady of the Pillar Cathedral in Imus, St.
San Pedro -- In the end, the activist priest who had wanted a "poor man's burial" was brought by his brother priests to his final resting place-a garden in the Our Lady of the Pillar Parish in Imus City, after a funeral Mass concelebrated by a bishop and 60 members of the clergy Monday.
The festival was originally a tribute to the miraculous image of Our Lady of the Pillar, but is now also being observed to promote the culture of diversity in the region.
As a young boy, Tagle used to tag along with his mother when she would hear Mass at Our Lady of the Pillar Cathedral in Imus.
Featured on the arms were images recalling his ecclesiastical career: the three-windowed tower symbolizing the Holy Trinity; the crescent moon symbolizing the Immaculate Conception; the principal patroness of the Philippines; the merlion symbolizing Manila; a column symbolizing the Our Lady of the Pillar, patroness of the Imus diocese where Tagle was previously assigned; and a lily and the carpenter's rule, the latter symbolizing St.

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