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Swan

(swahn),
Harold James C., 20th-century U.S. cardiologist. See: Swan-Ganz catheter.

RBM12

A gene on chromosome 20q11.21 that encodes a protein with several RNA-binding motifs, transmembrane domains and proline-rich regions.
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In fact, one of the Queen's titles is "Seigneur of the Swans." Every year, the Queen participates in an event called the Swan Upping 6 which takes place in July 6 where juvenile swans are counted and checked for illness.
Roy Bennett got CTK off to flyer with yet another 50-plus break, while Jamie Jones and Alan Conway enjoyed good wins for Old Swan. Craig Carmichael (CTK) made it honours even in the final game of the night.
It is embarking on its biggest Swan Lake tour in memory, with eight cities in the UK including, of course, its home base of Birmingham Hippodrome.
He was speaking as he prepares to carry out the traditional swan upping ceremony, the annual census of the swan population on the River Thames.
Pease said the swan was not aggressive or hissing when she picked it up, a sign that the bird was debilitated.
to flee a advance She said: "I didn't see the swan this morningbut yes-She said: "I didn't see the swan this morning, but yesterday evening, my friend was on the bridge and he was eating and the swan just randomly started biting off his jeans."
The only male in Swan Lake is the Black Swan, the sinister one.
To assess the potential for tundra and trumpeter swan coexistence via body size mediated trade-offs, we sought to estimate foraging efficiency of the two species versus either niche breadth (amount of shared and exclusive resources available to the swans, included niche hypothesis) or aggressive behavior (shared preference hypothesis).
Certain birds, especially as I see things, such lonely birds as the heron, hawk, eagle, and swan, are the natural symbols of subjectivity, especially when floating upon the wind alone or alighting upon some pool or river, while the beasts that run upon the ground, especially those that run in packs, are the natural symbols of objective man.
The swan was uninjured but unable to escape as there was not enough room for a runway for take-off.