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body packer

a person who transports illicit drugs by concealment in body cavities.

mule

(myo͞ol)
n.
1. The sterile hybrid offspring of a male donkey and a female horse, characterized by long ears and a short mane.
2. A sterile hybrid, as between a canary and other birds or between certain plants.

HUWE1

A gene on chromosome Xp11.22 that encodes E3 ubiquitin-protein ligase, which mediates ubiquitination and proteasomal degradation of target proteins. HUWE1 regulates apoptosis by catalysing the polyubiquitination and degradation of MCL1. It also plays a role in base-excision repair and in regulating neural differentiation and proliferation by polyubiquitination and degradation of MYCN. It may also regulate concentration of CDC6 after DNA damage by targeting it for degradation.

Molecular pathology
Defects in HUWE1 cause mental retardation, X-linked, syndromic Turner type (MXRST) and mental retardation, X-linked, type 17/31.

mule

Drug slang A street term for a carrier of illicit drugs. See Body packer syndrome.
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First, 100 areas from hinny, stallion and Jack donkey were selected randomly to count the mean number and percentage of that area occupied by tubules, per unit area (660/1 [mm.sup.2] square method) under 100x and 200x magnifications.
Words like 'hinny' and 'pet' are just friendly words."
No one I've ever met has been offended by being called pet or hinny. In fact, after 20 years living in London where some people would rather give you a smack in the mouth than a smile, I find it immensely comforting.
Keep Yor Feet Still Geordey Hinny is a popular classic and we already know from the demand for Joe Wilson Night that there is huge interest in the man who wrote that song and his life."
HINNY An affectionate Tyneside word for women, meaning honey.
The Geordie term of endearment has become a casualty of council bureaucracy along with dear, love, darling, sweetheart and hinny.
Before the guy upstairs says "Hinny that's your lot" Some may live for a hundred years, and barely leave a trace.
The Singin' Hinny Cafe, 241 Shields Road, Byker, is available through Rook Matthews Sayer for PS35,000 (leasehold)per annum, tel:
"People tend to call you pet, flower or hinny and I did not know they were talking to me at first."
A huge hit on stage in the North East, his Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinny ranks alongside George Ridley's The Blaydon Races as one of the greatest of Tyneside songs.
He was the bard of Tyneside and documented every aspect of life in the area." Ed's play will be called Keep Your Feet Still Geordie Hinny, a song about a lodger enjoying a respite through sleep and dreaming from the harsh reality of life but who is disturbed by the restless feet of another occupant of the bed.