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Muy pintorescas resultan las cercas de tapia, con sus cimientos de piedra, bardas de teja y portones de reja.
Bardas explains that this book came into being as a means of documenting the collection that he and his wife Sandra joyfully accumulated over 45 years in their home located in Victoria, Australia.
Inclusive, ha habido partes en donde se han hecho tuneles, entonces puede ser que ni aun con la barda se detenga el ingenio mexicano para llegar a Estados Unidos".
Armando Alanis ha impartido platicas a rijosos pandilleros, a muchos de los cuales convencio para que reemplazaran sus extravagantes murales punk por bardas con minipoemas.
Today we are prepared to add four Ebola countermeasures to the stockpile whereas three years ago, very few products were even in early stages of development, BARDA Director Rick Bright, Ph.
Inhalational anthrax is a deadly disease and a significant biological threat to our nation, said BARDA Director Rick Bright, Ph.
BARDA succeeds through strong relationships with federal, private sector and non-governmental entities, and in vetting the candidates for the BARDA Director position we engaged subject matter experts and leaders from across ASPR and the PHEMCE.
BARDA will purchase the second product, called Leukine, from Sanofi-Aventis U.
BARDA is sponsoring the development of NuThrax to help better protect our nation from this threat.
BARDA is seeking to advance several diagnostic tests for Zika to help improve their availability and potentially lead to lower costs for patients.
The effort is part of BARDAs comprehensive, integrated, portfolio approach to the advanced research and development, innovation, acquisition, and manufacturing of vaccines, drugs, therapeutics, diagnostic tools, and non-pharmaceutical products for public health emergency threats.
The development of these technologies to treat red blood cells will be funded through contracts with ASPRs Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) as part of BARDAs ongoing efforts to advance new medical products to protect the nations health from emerging infectious diseases or chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear (CBRN) threats, particularly for radiological or nuclear mass casualty incidents requiring the use of blood products.
5 million, one-year contract with ASPRs BARDA, DNA Electronics (DNAe) of London, United Kingdom, and Carlsbad, California, will advance the development of its Genalysis sequencing platform, which determines the genetic code of a sample and identifies the organism within two to four hours.
Work on the vaccine candidate began this past March as a collaborative effort between WRAIR, BARDA and the National Institutes of Healths (NIH) National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.