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Synonyms for coma

Synonyms for coma

a state of deep and often prolonged unconsciousness

(botany) a usually terminal tuft of bracts (as in the pineapple) or tuft of hairs (especially on certain seeds)

(astronomy) the luminous cloud of particles surrounding the frozen nucleus of a comet

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With a large R&D department and bespoke systems for unusual applications, AMUT COMI says it "works on constant improvements of its machines to always meet the needs of the market.
The benefits of early interferon-beta (IFNB) treatment for preventing conversion from CIS to CDMS have been evaluated in a number of studies (Applebee & Panitch, 2009; Comi, 2008).
Plans are being made to use the money, as Comi wished, to expand and improve the DSPS for the School of Continuing Education, which provides educational services for adult learners, including English as a second language, citizenship and basic skills.
The Appellants contended that Sentry's COMI is in the United States, and specifically New York.
Contact: Name: Michael Comi Email: michaelc@focusreports.
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The persistence of T-cell ablation postdosing may lead to excessive immunosuppression, and there is a potential for additive immunological or hematological effects with concomitant or subsequent therapies (Hartung, Aktas, Kieseier, & Comi, 2009).
Giancarlo Comi of the University Vita-Salute, Milan, and his coinvestigators from the PreCISe study (Lancet 2009[doi:10.
In the "Autoimmune disorders of the nervous system" symposium, GC Comi (Milan, Italy) reviewed the latest developments in MS and referred to some recent epidemiological studies suggesting that the prevalence of MS is increasing and may be associated with changes in lifestyle or to a more strict control of infections in early life.
Madelena Cavana, grandmother of Paul Comi, president of Caffe D'Amore, initially had a restaurant in Bellagio, Italy, which was a favorite vacation spot for many American tourists.
and when it's for an adult," said the company's president, Paul Comi.
The PreCISe five-year results underscore the clinical benefit of early treatment initiation with Copaxone([R]) to delay the onset of this chronic disease by almost three years and reduce brain damage as shown by the deceleration of brain atrophy," said principal study investigator, Professor Giancarlo Comi, Director of the Department of Neurology and Institute of Experimental Neurology at the University Vite Salute, San Raffaele, Italy.