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/μL/ microliter.
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Glasgow Life, who manage GOMA, said PS11,077 was spent on the exhibition but refused to say how much Mul was paid.
The antiquity of the list of constellations "In the Path of the Moon" is indicated by its lead star-group, MUL.
By placing the nicotine patches on Plexiglas panels reminiscent of Marcel Duchamp's Large Glass, Mul both reminds us that artists have dealt with technological determinism for a long time and offers an updated way of addressing this sticky problem in the present situation.
They argued that if they had been allowed to carry out the works, this would have been the true cost that Mrs Mul would have incurred.
By means of their analysis Watson and Horowitz are able to trace a progression through MUL.
Mul sent out the appeal in her e-newsletter, which reaches thousands of quilters around the world.
De Vries and Mul take up the cause of Cooper's daughter, who advocated for the significant and overlooked role of her self-effacing father in cinema history.
Yn sicr, mae'r llyfr hwn yn dalp o hanes gwerthfawr ac rwy'n siwer y bydd sawl un yn codi'i gap i unrhyw un sy'n medru sefydlu busnes gyda mul a gorffen gyda "llongau tir sych"
Meanwhile, one of the key strategies at MUL is global operational presence.
iv) Vendor surveillance, process audit and inspection at source etc are found to be outstanding at MUL, HSCIL, and Tata Motors, but GMI is weak in carrying out such practices.
Finally, as Jos de Mul remarks in this excellent study, Dilthey was not averse to ambivalence or even contradiction, and his writing may be seen as the unstable meeting-point of many of the most consequential trends in nineteenth-century philosophy: "Dilthey's philosophy is the reaction of a nineteenth-century thinker, torn between romanticism and positivism, to the social, cultural, and spiritual upheavals of his time.