monaster

mon·as·ter

(mon-as'tĕr),
The single star figure at the end of prophase in mitosis.
Synonym(s): mother star
[mono- + G. astēr, star]

mon·as·ter

(mon-as'tĕr)
The single star figure at the end of prophase in mitosis.
[mono- + G. astēr, star]

monaster

(mŏn-ăs′tĕr) [″ + aster, star]
Single starlike figure formed in mitosis.
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Robert Monaster's poetry and co-translations have appeared in
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The city, the former home of the now exiled Dali Lama, is home to important Tibetan Buddhist sites including the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sera Monaster y and Norbulingka Palace.
Ladbrokes: 4 Tiger Cliff, 6 Monaster, Tominator, Ardlui, Arch Villain, Handsome Man, Lieutenant Miller, Biographer, 12 Address Unknown, Ile De Re, Mubaraza, Sun Central, 14 bar.
One is La Esquina de Buenos Aires and the other is Le Monaster in Escazu, which has a lot of charm.
Uno es La Esquina de Buenos Aires y el otro es Le Monaster, en Escazu, este ultimo con un encanto impresionante.
Financial support from the University Research Grants Committee at Northwestern University and from The Phillipe Monaster Center for Economic Research at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is gratefully acknowledged.
Survivors include his wife; five daughters, Cindy Thomas of Wichita, Kan., Laura Lupica of Whittier, Calif., Kim Monaster of North Ridge, Calif., Maggie Beggs of The Netherlands and Karen Reeves of Corvallis; a son, Anthony of Fort Bragg, N.C.; a brother, E.
07-04, Monaster Center for Economic Reserch, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 2007, June, 1-24.
* START: The foundation stone of the monaster y recording Archbishop Tutu's visit * SPECIAL VISIT: Archbishop Desmond Tutu blesses the foundation stone at the Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield (PW071109Btutu-05)
A competitiveness zone devoted to the industry will also be developed within the city of Monaster's "technopole" (technology zone) and industrial activity park, an area that is home to more than 900 textile companies and a 25,000-bed tourist zone.
Monaster Center for Economic Research, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Discussion Paper no.
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