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Boll

(bōl),
Franz C., German histologist and physiologist, 1849-1879. See: Boll cells.

BOLL

A gene on chromosome 2q33 that encodes a putative RNA-binding protein which may be required during spermatogenesis. BOLL is thought to act by binding to the 3'-UTR of mRNAs and regulating translation; it is testis-specific and interacts with DAZ1 and DAZL.
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Despite these concerns, Gutierrez assured the board in August 2013 that producing the 262-kg I boule was "plausible" and a "reasonable proposition" and the contract they had negotiated was "conservative compared to actual projections.
Vincent, who served as the first chair of the commission, said that the Boule is well positioned to "influence and help to move the agenda" when it comes to the plight of Black males.
Trying to knock a teammate's boule closer to the cochonnet is fine, and so is trying to knock the other team's boules out of contention.
She asserts the biggest problem with learning today is the lecture, which, according to Boule, has been used in universities since at least 927 AD.
Boule uses her analysis to suggest improvements to two common means of transmitting knowledge: professional conferences and continuing education.
But we found that on the non-exercise day metformin led to better glucose control after lunch than on the day our participants took metformin and exercised," said Boule.
Finally, we meet Boule de Suif, only later to be identified by her given name, Elisabeth Rousset.
I know I will be using this recipe a lot in my baking--I can't wait to try the other recipes made from the boule dough.
The Rev David Clark, who discovered the tree while walking his dog said: "Not many people walk all the way up Ben Boule and I have no idea who the mystery person is.
David Myers' FoodArt Group (of Sona and Comme Ca) just opened another Boule location in Beverly Hills at 413 N.
A player squats to measure the distance from each steel boule to the wooden but with a tape.
It is, however, with Les Mots that Boule begins his introduction, quoting, in English, Sartre's precarious, self-descriptive, final sentence: 'Tout un homme, fait de tous les hommes et qui les vaut tous et que vaut n'importe qui'.