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ster·na

(ster'nă),
Plural of sternum.
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sterna

(stûr′nə)
n.
A plural of sternum.
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ster·na

(stĕr'nă)
Plural of sternum.
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In the new executive role, Sterna will complement the company's existing leadership team in the development/implementation of go-forward strategies to enhance the continued development of its industry leading low cost Montney natural gas and liquids resource.
Sterna's knowledge and experience in this new executive position will complement the company's present leadership team in the development or implementation of strategies to improve the continued development of the corporation's Montney natural gas and liquids resource.
sterna en las bahias de Ancon (Lima) e Independencia (Ica) en Peru, y Mejillones en Chile (Paredes et al.
Sterna: That seems fair, but I understand that many states have expanded privity.
Y prinnaf o'r mrwenoliaid ydi'r fr-wennol wridog (Sterna dougallii) ac er fod y rhain wedi ymweld Chemlyn dydyn nhw ddim wedi nythu yn ystod y blynyddoedd diwethaf.
sterna es considerada por el Acuerdo del Poder Ejecutivo Federal en la categoria de proteccion especial desde 1994 permitiendo unicamente la recolecta de semilla natural para fines de cultivo y experimentales (CarinoOlvera y Monteforte 1999).
The pearl oyster Pteria sterna (Gould 1851) locally named "concha nacar" produces high-quality pearls, which are highly appreciated in the international market because of their shape and color (Monteforte 1990, Monteforte 1996).
III and IV sterna, with 4 small dental chaetae arranged in 2 rows posteriorly and 2 manubrial rows of chaetae (Fig.
Sterna hirundo and Phalacrocorax brasilianus accounted for 40 and 33%, respectively, of all the seabirds.
Sterna Biologicals, a Clinical stage immunotherapy company, has named Christian Pangratz as its new chief executive officer, it was reported yesterday.