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A 'smokeless cigarette' developed and marketed by RJ Reynolds

Eclipse

Vascular surgery A laser for performing transmyocardial revascularizationn–TMR and percutaneous transluminal myocardial revascularization–PTMR

eclipse

(ĕ-klips′) [Gr. ekleipein, to leave out, omit]
To make or become dark or obscure.
eclipse

eclipse

  1. the period during which a virus exists as a free nucleic acid in the host cell, so called because nothing seems to be happening during this phase.
  2. (of plumage in birds) occurring for a short time after the breeding plumage is moulted, particularly in ducks.
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Where & when to start looking for the partial eclipse
National Grid will be looking to see what lessons can be picked up from across the Atlantic later this month, where a partial eclipse will cover parts of California on August 21.
For those who don't fancy getting up at 3am, early risers could catch the end of the partial eclipse at 5.27am.
Scientists say that another "deep" partial eclipse visible in the UK will not occur until August 12, 2026.
Washington, April 25 ( ANI ): A partial eclipse will be visible across Australia on Tuesday afternoon, April 29.
On Sunday in the eastern United States, the sun will rise with a large bite taken out of it by the moon -- a partial eclipse at dawn.
If the weather cooperates, local residents will have another sky watching opportunity this weekend, when there will be a partial eclipse of the sun.
Those not in the direct path of the eclipse see only a partial eclipse, where the moon appears to take a crescent-shape bite out of the sun.
The Partial Eclipse Holster comes with an open-muzzle design, making it popular with those that carry multiple barrel lengths of the same gun.
Spectacle: The partial eclipse over St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia.
Bulgarian skygazers are treated Tuesday morning to the rare spectacle of a partial eclipse of the sun, which will be the first and the last for this year.
The sun will rise in a partial eclipse tomorrow because the moon will cover up to two-thirds of our nearest star.

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