valval


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val·val

, valvar (val'văl, val'văr),
Relating to a valve.

val·val

, valvar (val'văl, -văr)
Relating to a valve.
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The relative frequencies of the COMT ValVal, ValMet, and MetMet genotypes were .
DNA- based vaccines HPV 16 E7 Partial ND 50 (ZYC 101) histological responses HPV16 E7 (ZYC101) Partial ND 51 histo- pathological response Response HPV16 E7 Apoptotic ND 52 tumour cell death CIN, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia; ND, not determined; VIN, valval intraepithelial neoplasia Table III.
Male genitalia commonplace eumaeine with large brush organ; capsule laterally flat; saccus long with one fourth to one sixth entire genital capsule length; valva with two, upper and lower projection slightly more heavily sclerotized than valval clasp; aedeagus longer than genital capsule with a ratio 7 : 5 (= aedeagus : capsule); external terminus opening dorsally, with two cornutii pointed posteriorly and claw-like; cornutus ventral situated on a mebranous extension of vesica (Figs.
He was also invariably referred to as Tonvalval when he passed through a place called Valval on the west coast of Lavongai Island, spreading his knowledge on the use of the imun (earth-oven) as a means of food preparation.
The primers ALF-GT, ALF-GCGGT and ALF-GCGGC were able to differentiate the mutations in residues 25 and 26: ValVal (GGTGGT), AlaVal (GGCGGT) and AlaAla (GGCGGC), respectively.
Third case needed evacuation of valval haematoma which developed within 12 hours of normal delivery.
My favorite tautonyms are the 'accidental' repeaters, words such as TESTES, PALPAL, VALVAL, SESSES and the lovely HOTSHOTS that are 'visual' but not 'aural' doubles.