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duplex

A building separated into two homes.
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Lazenby is the sole and managing member of Lazen Duplexes of Fayetteville.
We have successfully constructed DNA duplexes containing interstrand alkyl cross-links between the O6 atoms of 2'-deoxyguanosines and have shown that a repair protein is able to repair the duplex when the alkyl chain is 7 carbons long but not when the length is reduced to 4.
These duplexes also have a third, single bedroom most likely to be used as a study.
Of that figure, single-unit housing represented $27.7 million, duplexes and triplexes represented $709,000 and apartments represented $5.3 million
of Springdale, recently purchased six building permits valued at a combined $1.67 million to build duplexes in Bentonville.