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Referring to the lacy neurofibrillary material present in the center of the rosettes of neuroblastomas, ganglioneuroblastomas and benign ganglioneuromas, which corresponds to 6–10-nm cytoplasmic filaments, cell processes with microtubules, rare dense core granules, synaptic vesicles, cell junction material
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ploy by Nuno to his be crucial sayin"I'm still dusting off the cobwebs. I'm still getting the engine warmed Kyle Walker
"Cobwebs" are the product of the many emotional pains one goes through in life - pains that one allows to fester; to remain; to leave wounds that hardly heal.
Police have confirmed this week that these cameras have already helped catch criminals and that there has been no case yet where cobwebs on the cameras have stopped them taking a case to court.
Last year the Cobweb Orchestra, which schedules concerts and hopes enough of its players will turn up to perform, performed in the Victoria Tunnel which runs from Newcastle's Tyne Moor to the Tyne.
CHEEKY: Calendar boy Kush The locals need no encouragement to squeeze into their spookiest attire for a fancy dress knees-up on Friday, but why Ronnie and Charlie decide to hold their engagement bash there - EASTENDERS Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri BBC1 Brace yourselves - it's Halloween at The Vic giving Mick the perfect opportunity to unleash the spray-on cobwebs and dust off his Frankenstein costume.
If the popcorn tests positive for asbestos, you have a bigger problem than cobwebs (more about that later).
Cobwebs. What hidden corners have you avoided for a while?
The white, stringy "cobwebs" were first observed in October 2011 among fuel assemblies submerged 12 to 17 feet in the site's L Area basin, where aging nuclear materials from foreign and domestic research reactors are stored and guarded.
Morning star Holly, 31, was of celebs at Jonathan party, where he decks house for the night cobwebs, monsters and mayhem.
Libben reach (Life's cobwebs) marks her debut as a novelist.
The timber merchant said: "I stuck my hand in, felt cobwebs and saw the wriggling grub stuck to one of the nuts.