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donate

(dō′nāt′, dō-nāt′)
v. do·nated, do·nating, do·nates
v.tr.
1. Medicine To provide (blood, tissue, or an organ) for transfusion, implantation, or transplant.
2. Chemistry To provide (an electron or atom, for example) for combination with an acceptor.

do′na·tor n.
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Previously, about 45 people registered for bone marrow in the UAE and after the event, the number increased to 59 donators.
Comparing the positivity for Chagas' Disease in blood donators at Brazil, our results (0.47%) were similar to the ones observed in Bahia State, (0.35%) [12] and superior to the ones found in Ribeirao Preto, Sao Paulo State, (0.14%) [13].
In that respect, COX-inhibiting nitric-oxide donators, through NO release, may potentially counteract the detrimental effects of COX inhibition on blood pressure and may prove to be beneficial in patients with osteoarthritis and concomitant cardiovascular risk factors," Dr.
For the first year the Bulgarian Donators Forum is giving awards for the categories "Best Donation Program for 2009" and "Most Transparent Donation Program for 2009."
Yet Glasgow Royal Infirmary tell us they have only ONE official donator on their register.
I don't understand why the gift aid donation becomes a tax issue for the donator as well as the charity anyway, when you quickly complete a gift aid form as you pay your entrance fee to view the latest Museum exhibit or whatever; you are hardly expected to know to declare or not to declare!
The Finnish investment company Menire Oyj has signed an agreement to invest SEK5m in the Swedish application service provider Donator AB.
Michelle Guy, owner of Signature Cafe and donator of the beans, said: "We hope everybody will turn up and dig deep!" Merseyside students have also been busy with pupils at Huyton Arts and Sports Centre challenging their teachers to a football match.
So many children need the support of someone special to help them recover from what life has thrown at them.I hope that people will now have a good think about whether in fact 'It could be them', and if so, will give Barnardo's a call.' And fair play to our Shirl - she is the original dress donator. In 2003 she sold 50 of her gowns at a glittering auction to celebrate 50 years in showbiz raising pounds 125,000 for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and the Noah's Ark Appeal to build Wales' children's hospital.
In 2002, at the donator conference in Brussels Macedonia received 500 million euro while 307 million euro of them were intended for the Ohrid Agreement.
Some clinics use the method to tackle a shortage in donated eggs, but it has been criticised because it means the donator has to undergo more cycles of treatment to provide enough eggs for herself and the recipient.
Sotheby's furniture cataloguer Hans Bowen said that at the 1907 event nobody was deemed worthy so it was given to the grandfather of the donator.