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amorpha

An obsolete term for a disease which does not cause any structural changes.
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The lead plant typifies savanna species in many ways.
The dried cake was then transported to the lead plant for further treatment.
Everything I had, I invested in my companies, but the money is gone," the businessman stated, stressing that he did not feel like a criminal because at the time he purchased the lead plant and the Gorusbso Madan metal mines, he had sound finances.
He said: "Ellesmere Port is the lead plant for the Astra andwe are encouraged by that.
In the natural cycle of engine production it means that Bridgend would become a lead plant for this new generation of clean petrol engines within a few years.
In 2010, Valentin Zahariev, chair of the Intertrust Holdings AD, the Bulgarian metal producer that controls the complex, who is usually described as one of the richest Bulgarian "oligarchs", announced the construction of a new lead plant near the Bulgarian city of Kardzhali will be completed by the end of 2013.
Flexible tooling accommodates front-, rear-or all-wheel drivetrain configurations and is capable of handling overflow production of Chrysler's upcoming D-segment vehicles--replacements for the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus--which go into production at their lead plant in Sterling Heights, MI, later this year.
'' The plant has won a significant number of new work contracts in recent years and it is the company's lead plant for petrol engines in Europe.
In 2010, plant owner Valentin Zahariev, who is usually described as one of the richest Bulgarian "oligarchs", announced the construction of a new lead plant near the Bulgarian city of Kardzhali will be completed by the end of 2013.