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sen·su la·to

(sen'sū lā'tō),
In a broad sense.
[L.]

sen·su la·to

(sen'sū lā'tō)
In a broad sense.
[L.]
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Martin Wisniewski and Chef Kalel Chan, the brains behind hip Manila restaurants Museum Cafe, Kabila, Chotto Matte, Izakaya Sensu, Providore and Chelsea Grand Cafe, collaborate with Cha-Cha Beach Cafe resident chefs Romy Aumentado and Gilbert Ramos for the outlet's Christmas Eve feast.
parapsilosis sensu lato se dividen en tres grupos, lo que puso en evidencia un complejo de especies (16).
The following locations were sampled under Cerrado strictu sensu (Css) at the park: undisturbed Css (UND) belonging to the Long-Tenn Ecological Program (PELD-CNPq) from Brazilian government; and disturbed Css (DIS) site by slash-and-bum.
Revisited: Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato infections in hard ticks (Ixodes ricinus) in the city of Hanover (Germany).
La especie Cuvieronius hyodon (Fischer, 1814), se encuentra ampliamente distribuida en el Pleistoceno de Costa Rica sensu Laurito (1988), en la provincia de Guanacaste destacan los hallazgos de la localidad fosilifera del rio Nacaome en Quebrada Honda de Nicoya (Laurito, 1990; Acuna-Mesen & Garcia-Diaz, 1998) y la Hacienda Las Animas en la Cruz (Alfaro, 1913); a ello se suma un femur de mastodonte de la localidad de Quiriman de Nicoya (Segura, 1938) y un fragmento de molar cuya procedencia exacta se desconoce, del cual solo se indica que procede de algun lugar de Nicoya (Melendez, 1954).
It's simply good food all the way down at Izakaya Sensu.
subtilis/> development, the phylogeny of <Bacillus cereus sensu lato/>, </Clostridium perfringens/> sporulation and sporulation-associated toxin production, and the role of bacterial spores in metal cycling and their potential application in metal contaminant bioremediation.
On the other hand, when analyzing the number of stricto sensu graduate courses in rather consolidated knowledge fields, such as Economics, for instance, we observe a completely different reality.
Podcast es, stricto sensu, una palabra que, entre otros, el periodista Ben Hammersley propuso como nomenclatura alternativa a esos programas de radio amateur que aprovechaban las ventajas de internet y se multiplicaban hacia 2004.
Coville, conhecida popularmente como barbatimao, e nativa do Cerrado brasileiro e tipica do cerrado sensu stricto, bem conhecida pelas comunidades rurais da regiao norte do estado de Minas Gerais, pelo seu alto valor medicinal.