Geris


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Geris

An ancient Hebrew unit of area approximately equivalent to 314 square millimeters.
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(49) Miller, supra note 8, at 266; Geris Serran & Philip Firestone, Intimate Partner Homicide: A Review of the Male Proprietariness and the Self-Defense Theories, 9 AGGRESSION & VIOLENT BEHAV.
Vade salutatum, nec sit tibi causa pudoris, Candida quod nigra corpora pelle geris! Integritas morum Maurum magis ornat, et ardor Ingenii, et docto dulcis in ore decor; Hunc, mage cor sapiens, patriae virtutis, amorque, Eximit e sociis, conspicuumque facit.
Liesbet Geris (University of Liege, KU Leuven, Belgium) showed translational applications of in silico methods when combined with different aspects of tissue engineering.
To test how this factor may influence bone healing, Geris et al.
"After more than two decades as president of the company, its time to transfer Geris operational helm to a new and younger generation." Santos will remain director of the company and serve as an adviser to management after retiring as president.