canadine


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can·a·dine

(kan'ă-dēn),
Alkaloid present in Hydrastis canadensis (family Ranunculaceae) and in Corydalis cava (family Fumaraceae) with sedative and muscle relaxant properties.
Synonym(s): xanthopuccine
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Dr Ian Canadine said: "It is the Institute's policy to encourage and support high quality publications written by professional logisticians for professional logisticians.
Directed by Ben Cole with Laura Canadine's choreography and Mike Cotton's splendid musical direction, Miss Saigon - a sell-out - runs to Saturday night (Sep 8).
Referee: Mr P Canadine (Rotherham) Attendance: 1,745
Television replays proved a 37th-minute strike from West Ham's Freddie Kanoute HAD crossed the line - despite being chalked off by referee Steve Dunn and linesman Paul Canadine. But Wenger hailed his side for riding their luck and clinching victory through late goals from Freddie Ljungberg and Kanu to race four points clear at the top of the Premiership.
Referee Paul Canadine confirmed an incident had occurred and said he would be filing a full report.
Laura Canadine and Meg Dowen were responsible for some imaginative choreography, with musical direction by Mike Cotton.
Referee Paul Canadine, however, ruled that Northwich forwards had bundled into Baker unfairly and disallowed the goal, leaving the scores level at the final whistle which blew shortly afterwards.
But it was not just the Swede who came to Arsenal's rescue last night as ref Steve Dunn and his linesman Paul Canadine deprived West Ham of an amazing goal that never was.
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