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a unit of acoustic absorption equivalent to the absorption by a square foot of a surface that absorbs all incident sound

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United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906)

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We are excited to join Baylor and Sabin PDP to develop and commercialize their novel approach, which has demonstrated efficacy in early pre-clinical studies in preventing SARS," said Brighton Biotech Chief Operating Officer, Dr.
It wasn't long before I got a call from the self-same Warwick Sabin, asking if he could come and talk with me about ethics reform.
Sabin contends that "the most pernicious current reflection of Ehrlich and Simon's clash is the ongoing political impasse over climate change.
CATHIE Sabin has admitted she doubted whether a woman would ever become president of the Lawn Tennis Association, let alone assume the role herself.
Sabin is focused on righting the wrongs of the last year, as the LTA pledged to invest renewed efforts in boosting the numbers of weekly tennis players across the country.
The court was told that Sabin Rizvi and Donia Aziz were holding dual nationality by birth and this citizenship was awarded to them due to their children.
com)-- Third Wave Advertising, Central Georgia's most comprehensive advertising agency and Internet marketing firm, today announces the addition of Ali Sabin as Web Developer.
Shortly after ordering a thousand Chinese-manufactured lion hats with blinking LED eyes to sell as merchandise, Sabin looked over at his own sweaty icon of childhood naivete and, four years too late, decided it looked terrible.
THIS week we have received a donation of pounds 10 from Mrs Mary Sabin 'in loving memory of my dear husband Don Sabin, January 3, 1972.
Rob Evans, an ear nose and throat specialist at the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend, recently returned from the mountainous country where he performed surgery on four-year-old Sabin.
Dr Matt Sabin, co-head of the Royal Children's Hospital weight management clinic, said Victoria's obesity epidemic was becoming extreme.
USSR USES SABIN VACCINE--The Sabin live polio virus vaccine, developed in the United States but not yet licensed here, is "completely harmless" and extremely effective, Russian scientists have found.
Tom Sabin, who hailed from a farm in Allesley, won the cycling event at a contest acknowledged as the forerunner to the first modern Olympic Games - riding a penny farthing.
KID BRANDS ANNOUNCED THAT DAVID SABIN has joined the company as the president of its subsidiary Kids Line, LLC.