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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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That said, the New Zealand port company argues that the tug is not a hybrid system.
"Ports of Auckland have taken a bold step in pioneering the use of fully electric harbour tugs and it is an honour to work with them on this project.
It was the alertness of Crisis Management Centre and timely professional response of KPT Pilots and Tugs, which prevented a disaster happening at KPT.
THE great ships using the River Mersey are attended by tug boats helping to manoeuvre them in and out of the port.
So busy was the river in the 1850s the Tyne companies had a combined fleet of 31 tugs John remembers the days when more than 100 fishing vessels from eastern Europe would shelter at North Shields, in addition to local trawlers and drifters.
The Bravo line of Best Tugs was the first developed and handles larger airplanes--we looked only at the B5, which is rated for airplanes up to 5600 pounds.
The KPT invited two separate proposals related to technical and financial aspects of bidding companies in chartering of two tugs badly needed by the Karachi Port which has an ageing flotilla of five tugs to handle around 20 ships per day.
This-32 Tons BP Tug is third of the series being built at Karachi Shipyard this year.
TNA Aviation Technologies, a division of Turwitt, Nielen & Associates, P.A., is the exclusive American distributor for TugMAXXE[R] and Flyer-Truck[R] aircraft ground handling tugs. These advanced electric towbarless aircraft tow tugs are easy to operate and offer limitless flexibility.