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Synonyms for balas

a pale rose-colored variety of the ruby spinel

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The company said the findings were first presented by Dr Balar at the annual meeting of the European Society for Medical Oncology in Copenhagen in October, followed by updated analysis in February at the Genitourinary Cancers Symposium in Orlando.
Atezolizumab is the first therapy to be approved in more three decades for this disease, and it is the new standard of care for patients whose initial therapy with platinum-based chemotherapy drugs has failed," says Balar.
Salcioglu Z, Sayilan Sen H, Aydogan G, Akici F, Akcay A, Tugcu D, Balar Z: Rare factor deficiency; experience of 18 years.
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M1 Toru is located south of Mardan city, surrounded by two perennial Nallah called Kalpani and Balar.
Aunque no esta permitido nadar en esta poza, la belleza escenica del lugar es mas que suficiente motivacion para olvidarse del cansancio, balar y volver a subir la empinada colina.
Gallos que a deshora hundian sus kikirikies en el espectro fluyente del viejo Cronos; sinfonia de un piar y gorjeos bien timbrados; balar temblorino de un nuberio a fuer de cabras.
KIinik olarak 1ezyonar gendflikie travma bolgesinde sankr olarak balar, bu lezyonlar lenfanjit ve lenfaden it lie biriikte bulunabilir.
However, other land grabbers - Saleem Balar Jokhio, Ameen Jokhio, Mukhtar Muhammad Jokhio, Zaheer, Agha Shah Gul, Amjad Qureshi and Abbas - managed to escape the scene.
It had merely 20 million users when Balar joined in 2007; that has now grown to over 200 million users.
There are also balar hsaing ensembles, which only give strictly instrumental performances of hsaing music and do not accompany theatrical plays or dances.