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Swan

(swahn),
Harold James C., 20th-century U.S. cardiologist. See: Swan-Ganz catheter.

RBM12

A gene on chromosome 20q11.21 that encodes a protein with several RNA-binding motifs, transmembrane domains and proline-rich regions.
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"Coupled with Anya, a fantastic new piece, Swan Song is set to be an evening no music lover can afford to miss."
"Swan Song" was shortlisted for the First International Prize for Arabic Fiction (IPAF), also known as the Arabic Booker Prize.
The idea of the swan's death song has been referenced in Chaucer and Shakespeare but the term swan song was first mentioned in an 1831 book by Thomas Carlyle.
If this is to be Arthur Jones' swan song, it is a worthy finale to a magnificent career.
The Big Red One (Samuel Fuller) Fuller's butchered swan song, lovingly reconstructed by Richard Schickel, now finds its antiheroic twin in Nicholas Ray's recently restored Bitter Victory.
Is Dixie's little dance the swan song for burlesque?
Researchers will be anxious to learn whether Voyager 1 broadcasts its swan song to Earth or travels silently into the abyss.
In his swan song annual meeting, marking the cooperative's 75th anniversary, Calcot President Tom Smith said the co-op returned nearly $450 million to its cotton growers despite a difficult year.
A Swan Song by Janette Owens Oneswan Productions, June 2000, $12.00, ISBN 0-967-73120-8
CAN A SCUTTLED SWAN SONG such as Jack Welch's failed bid for Honeywell hobble the legacy of his 41-year career?
But, sadly, Bears was unable to appear in what would have been both her debut as Giselle and her swan song.
Meanwhile, this election will he the swan song for C[acute{a}]rdenas, Mexico's best-known politician and son of its best-loved ex-president.