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e·las·ti·ca

(ē-las'ti-kă),
1. The elastic layer in the wall of an artery.
2. Synonym(s): elastic tissue
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Ben Hemming Recorded at The Blues Studios in London's Hackney with fabled producer Mark Waterman (Depeche Mode, Elastica) behind the desk, The Devil Beside Me is a tangible step forward.
Esse fenomeno e visto no movimento dos corpos em queda livre, na configuracao do experimento de conservacao de energia elastica e no lancamento obliquo.
HIDRATANTE: En las pieles secas actua como humectante natural, manteniendo la tez suave, tersa y elastica, evitando la aparicion de arrugas.
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La tension elastica es una propiedad de los materiales que determina el limite maximo de tension que puede soportar bajo los estandares prescritos (Silvani, 2008).
However, elastica can be considered from a variety of the different perspective that enlights a broad range of physical and mathematical studies.
Van los politicos y van sus complices' declaran invalida la eleccion elastica, esa es la tonica de un paso clasico !y el arbitro impone un fin energico!
A forca reativa e composta pela forca explosiva elastica e pela forca explosiva elastica reflexa.
Ficus elastica is an important reagent in the cure of dermatological issues and possess both antibacterial and antifungal activities (Ogunwande et al., 2011).