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stentor

(stĕn′tôr′)
n.
1. Stentor Greek Mythology A loud-voiced Greek herald in the Iliad.
2. One with a loud or piercing voice.
3. Any of several trumpet-shaped ciliate protozoans of the genus Stentor, living in freshwater habitats and feeding chiefly on smaller microorganisms.
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IT's Irish subsidiary, nevada tele.com, a joint venture Viridian, the Northern Irish utility, is in talks to buy Dublin-based Stentor.
(63) Applying that choice-of-law rule, the court decided that New York's interest statute applied to Stentor's claim.
Given all this, there is credence to an argument that the Third Circuit in Stentor was applying Delaware conflicts law.
Stentor's iSyntax technology utilizes mathematical representations called wavelets, iSyntax delivers only those pieces of the image needed for viewing and diagnosis, eliminating network congestion and enabling images to arrive at the PC within seconds, rather than having to endure a "pre-fetch" wait time for an image to be delivered and downloaded to a remote location.
Ciliates from Brazilian D 1st 2nd 3rd freshwater ecosystems Class Karyorelictea D 1st 2nd 3rd Order Loxodida Loxodes striatus + - - - Class Heterotrichea Order Heterotrichida Blepahrisma sinuosum + + - - Spirostomum minus + + + + Spirostomum teres + + + + Stentor polymorphus + + - - Stentor roeselii + + - - Class Spirotrichea Sub-class Hypotrichia Aspidisca cicada + + - - Euplotes aediculatus + + + + Euplotes eurystomus + + + + Sub-class Stichotrichia Tetmemena pustulata + + + + Stichotrichia (morphospecies 1-9) + + - - Sub-class Oligotrichia Halteria cf.
Stentor Electric Manufacturing Co., (390) which prohibits the federal
Similarly, a tetraploid (4x) OT Lilium hybrid "Stentor" showed 36 Oriental chromosomes with one O/T recombinant chromosome and only 12 Trumpet chromosomes were signalized containing one T/O parental recombination.
Plus particulierement, le Barreau a jete dans la bataille toutes ses forces en lancant dans la bataille ses voix de Stentor, et en enchainant sit-ins, greves, marches de protestation, le tout ponctue de plaidoiries autour des pretoires et ailleurs, singulierement sur les plateaux de television.
(33) Desde finales de los anos treinta Radio Stentor LS 8 emitia de lunes a sabados a las 9: 00 am una clase de 30 minutos de gimnasia a cargo de profesores de la Asociacion Cristiana de Jovenes.
v Stentor Electric Manufacturing Co., Inc., (14) in which the Court addressed the choice of law principles that federal courts should follow in deciding cases under state law after Erie.
Homer's Iliad (1989) contains the earliest known notion of a legendary Greek herald, Stentor, "whose cry was as loud as that of fifty men together" (2.5.663).
El periodista y critico Fernando Vela, que fue director de El Sol y secretario de Revista de Occidente, recuerda el comentario del tenor irlandes Michael Kelly, que hacia de Basilio, durante el ensayo del Acto I: "Cuando [Francesco] Benucci (Figaro) [el mejor cantante de su generacion] entono con voz de Stentor: Cherubino, alla vittoria, alla gloria militar, fue un entusiasmo indescriptible, una verdadera conmocion electrica.