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phar

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pharm

pharmacy; pharmaceutical; pharmacopeia.

phar

1 abbreviation for pharmacy.
2 abbreviation for pharmacology.
3 abbreviation for pharmaceutic.
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After he died, Phar Lap was stuffed and put on display in Museum Victoria in Melbourne.
In 1932, at the height of his career, Phar Lap was suddenly stricken with a high fever and severe pain.
Phar Lap, nicknamed "the Red Terror" at home and "the Antipodean Antelope" by American turf writers, won the 1932 Aqua Caliente Handicap, the world's richest race at the time.
Hollywood movies are made of this, as the blockbuster stories of Phar Lap and Seabiscuit have shown.
The Great Depression, gang warfare in Sydney, murder mysteries, intrepid aviators, the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, founding of the ABC, Bodyline cricket, the death of Phar Lap, the long-forgotten but deliciously scandalous Field divorce case, and much more.
He also finished second four times and in 1929 was third on the famous Phar Lap.
ON THIS day in 1930 legendary Australasian horse Phar Lap put up perhaps his greatest performance as he defied top-weight of 9st 12lb to win the Melbourne Cup.
Phar Lap Software's Richard Smith had used the Global Unique Identifier (GUID), a controversial Microsoft document serial number, to trace Melissa to a Florida-based virus author, calling him or herself VicodinES after a US brand of painkiller.
A car salesman says he has unearthed one of Australia's most important pieces of sports memorabilia, the 1930 Melbourne Cup won by superhorse Phar Lap, and swapped it for a car.
So far, Rational has a decisive lead over competitors like Phar Lap and AI Architects (who are focusing almost exclusively on 386-based machines).
Ardence will use technology based on its widely deployed and reliable Phar Lap ETS([R]) real-time operating system to create a Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) that supports deterministic real-time behavior and manages the access to the host's hardware resources.