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a double pronged pin used to hold women's hair in place

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This seemed unbelievable as I had been cycling for more than two hours and I was still in double figures for the hairpin bends.
These hairpin primers then delineate the region to be detected through its amplification, if present in a sample.
A permanent fixture on the calendar since 1999, the Sepang circuit is one of the first F1 venues to have been designed by architect Hermann Tilke and features his trademark long straights, hairpins and fast esses.
By appropriately folding the central connecting line between the two stubs, a novel coupled-line hairpin resonator shown in Fig.
Another method for genotyping separated loci is to design a bulge into the snapback hairpin, as demonstrated for exon 23 for variants p.
Perez dropped behind Hamilton after running wide while trying to pass Felipe Massa, but made a pass on the Briton at the hairpin in a cloud of tyre smoke as he locked up his left-front tyre.
Perez dropped behind Hamilton after running wide while trying to pass Felipe Massa but made a pass on the Briton at the hairpin in a cloud of tyre smoke as he locked up his left-front tyre.
Perez dropped behind Hamilton after running wide while trying to pass Ferrari's Felipe Massa, but made a pass on the Briton at the hairpin in a cloud of tyre smoke as he locked up his left-front tyre.
The starts and general standard of racing was exceptionally good, although MiniMax drivers had some issues at the bottom hairpin.
The problem is that it 'cuts the corners' of the hairpin bends inside the intestine and gets stuck.
Keen to avoid any chance of being taken out for the second race in succession, the Oman Air Racing Team driver adopted a sensible approach through Deene Hairpin and remained in second for the first couple of laps although the slightest of moments on lap three enabled Derek Pierce to sneak by.
In order to bind to that cancer mutation, the RNA hairpin must open -- changing the molecule from one form into another -- which, in turn, exposes a sequence that can spontaneously bind to the second type of RNA hairpin.
The objective of this research is to support planners whilst designing mountain roads by means of the analysis of operating speed and acceleration/deceleration rates at hairpin curves.
I got him back again at the second hairpin and then he and Ross started battling amongst themselves.
The tight street circuit, consisting of several narrow stretches and hairpin bends, could make passing the backmarkers trickier than it has been so far this season.