end pieces

end pieces

the distal portion of the spermatozoon consisting of irregularly arranged microtubules.
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In the next line all are Panthans except the end pieces, which are called Thoats, and represent mounted warriors.
Contract awarded for 25238255-set of end pieces of 12 item as per cees spec.
Established for 7 years with a great name and location on Antique Row in West Palm, this consignment shop specializes in high end pieces from Ralph Lauren, Carl Spring, Bentley & Churchill, Louis Vuitton, Baker, Schonbeck, Fortuny.
For example, if the actuator is driving a flexure-guided stage, the end pieces prevent the actuator from inducing unwanted stress in the flexures, and vice-versa.
I'm betting that no one actually has glass cloches with detachable end pieces - they are usually plastic these days, moulded into all kind of shapes, some connecting to make a long row.
Instead he ended up writing a novel three times as long in which those brooches merely serve as sort of end pieces to an entirely different theme.
We checked to see if Remington had changed their method of attaching wooden end pieces to their stocks.
Focusing on the leadership role of analysts, they present 26 chapters by business analysts, consultants, trainers, and leaders from the UK and Australia, along with five opinion and end pieces by industry practitioners.
You can even be so bold as to roll over onto another page rather than putting a collection of end pieces in the closing pages of your magazine, which disturb the flow and often remove the summary punch line from the article.
She also takes on bespoke services designing high end pieces for private individuals and organizations.
Malcolm Polley, also of the Optical Confederation, added: "The ECHA has rightly recognised that the use of metals in spectacles-wear differs from jewellery because of the use of nose pads and end pieces which protect the wearer.