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the opening into the stomach and that part of the stomach connected to the esophagus

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The authors thank Cardial and Biomateriali for providing prosthesis samples.
The peculiarly shaped hydrogen molecules in trans-fats are able to pass into human cells, where they cause degeneration leading to heart disease and cardial infarction.
Naturally, there's the brain, which is the largest, but there are also major clusters of neurons in the intestinal tract and the cardial sac.
The charity for the evening was 'Heart of England' which supports local cardial research.
for the Cardial 'peoples' in the Iberian Peninsula, Perrin & Binder, Chapter 16).
The Aliskiren and Valsartan to Reduce NTproBNP via Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone-System Blockade (AVANT GARDE)/Thrombolysis in Myo cardial Infarction (TIMI) 43 Trial randomized patients to aliskiren (a direct renin inhibitor), valsartan, their combination, or placebo for 8 weeks after ACS (11).
There was a prayer for peace from Cardial Basil Hume Archbishop of Westminister and a time for silence.
Actes du Colloque << Rubane et Cardial >> Liege: Universit de Liege.
In Chapter 2, Bradley examines the relationship between monuments and origin myths, taking as his examples the contrast between Linearbandkeramic (LBK) and Cardial Ware Neolithic traditions.
BP, are from the southern half of France and associated with Cardial and related cultures, while the remaining third are northern French LBK-related dates.
Cardial et Neolithique ancien ligure dans le sud-est de la France.
The first evidence of transalpine relations appears during the later stages of Cardial and Ligurian Impressa, and the movement of the groups of Vho, Fiorano, Gaban and Alba northwards into the Apennines (Biagi & Nisbet 1987).
Cardial pottery and the agricultural transition in Mediterranean Europe, in T.
Indeed the revised time frame makes this dispersal comparable in rate to the spread of crops from Greece through much of Europe, to the western Linearbandkeramik of Belgium and the Cardial Ware related pottery of Mediterranean France and Iberia.