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tug

, tugging (tŭg, tŭg'ing),
A pulling or dragging movement or sensation.
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ASPSCR1

A gene on chromosome 17q25.3 that encodes a ubiquitous tethering protein highly expressed in the testes, heart, skeletal muscle and pancreas; it sequesters GLUT4-containing vesicles in the cytoplasm in absence of insulin.

Molecular pathology
ASPSCR1 is fused with transcription factor TFE3 in alveolar soft part sarcomas and renal cell carcinomas.
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tug

, tugging (tŭg, tŭg'ing)
A pulling or dragging movement or sensation.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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We have learned that only ONE of the managers who commandeered the EUR3 million tug was licenced to steer it.
Not many certainly, apart from the companies that make them and have to be sure that day-in-day-out these tugs are built to meet the rigours of the job.
The builder of Ports of Auckland's tug is the Dutch company, Damen.
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His grandfather's friend Robert Hunter wrote the book A Tug's Rescue Work: the Autobiography of a Retired Tug Master - and John can remember reading the draft.
1955: The tug Joffre towing the Cairnvalona under the Tyne Bridge and through the Swing Bridge
The tug comes with a number of options, two of which we think are potentially very attractive to buyers because--when they are needed--they're incredibly handy: an air compressor with hose ($345), and a built-in GPU ($945) with capability to jump-start the airplane (it includes the appropriate cable).
According to official sources, KPT in August last year invited bids for chartering of two berthing tugs of 75 tonnes Bullard Pull on a hiring basis from national and international firms with a charter period of three years.