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Val

Symbol for valine and valyl.

Val

valine.

Val

abbreviation for valine.

Val

Abbreviation for valine and its radicals.

Val

abbrev. VALINE.

Val

Abbreviation for valine.

Val

valine.
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In this regard, Anson Vaux rightly says that Eastwood has American history at the back of his mind.
Vaux, who has been living in Syria and Cairo for eight years having twice reneged on his promises to MI6, finds himself in trouble when his old friend and protector Kadri falls out of favor with the Syrian regime, newly inherited by Hafez's son, Bashar Assad.
Implicit here, though Vaux does not so claim, is the story of Job.
De Vaux read this room as a communal dining hall, or refectory, situated beside a pantry.
The book clearly explains how the move from Vaux to Versailles had a profound impact not only on politics, but also on literary style, gardening, tapestry, and architecture.
Mr Vaux of Queen Street, Pontypool, said he had planned to fly directly from Caernarfon Airport to their home base at Shobdon, near Hereford.
Asked by the coroner what Mr Vaux should have done, Mr Conradi said: "He should have navigated around the low cloud.
Maj Gen Vaux, now 70, commanded 42 Commando when he co-ordinated two crucial actions in the Falklands in 1982 - the taking of Mount Kent and attack on Mount Harriet.
Olmsted and Vaux dedicated their lives to creating urban forests like Prospect Park.
Lord Brougham and Vaux CBE presents David Parkes of Turbine Blading Ltd with a commendation in the manufacturing industry sector
Unfortunately, de Vaux died in 1971 without having published the full reports of his excavations.
Among historians of American landscape architecture, a war rages between those who believe Calvert Vaux has the true claim on these parks' authorship, and those who promote Olmsted.