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Spectral Karyotyping. A form of fluorescence in situ hybridisation (FISH) used to visualise genetic and chromosomal patterns and defects via spectral-imaging hard/software technique. SKY labels each chromosome with a different colour
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The hotel's unique Sky-High Weekends package offers West Tower guests a fun, in-depth view into the world-famous buildings that have defined Manhattan's identity as a towering metropolis.
Sadly now the only thing bizarre is the sky-high prices since the sleek corporate brands came in to sanitise the place.
Burj Khalifa took six years to build, while the Chinese company behind Sky-high City, which will be 10m taller than the Dubai skyscraper, plan to construct the building in just over half a year.
Ogden, which lies 35 miles north of Salt Lake City is now poised to become a popular year-round tourist destination for outdoorsy types who seek an alternative to Colorado's saturated ski resorts and sky-high tourist towns.
Moll also noted that the 300 series had seen its share of the world stainless steel market fall below 65 percent last year, while sky-high nickel prices could prompt its share to fall as low as 55 percent by 2015.
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Benefiting from the massive media attention and the sky-high anxiety that swirls around admissions today, the industry is exploding in size.
Even when their frustration level went sky-high, they still communicated in a respectful manner.
Multiple hurricanes and sky-high gas prices can't slow down the U.
Those that remain may be problematic--so small that zoning laws prohibit a building large enough to amortize sky-high construction and acquisition costs.
To fly sky-high, these skaters need to build an extreme vertical velocity, or speed in one direction.
Then, so did entire industries, because of sky-high commodities prices, or recovering consumption, or suddenly easy financing.