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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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"Because all assessors in the Netherlands switched from the fifth to the sixth edition at the same time, we were able to study two large cohorts of patients with similar injuries and explore the impact on impairment ratings," said Busse, who is also a researcher with the Michael G.
"We are excited to enter this next phase as we bring these two great organizations together for the mutual benefit of our clients, communities, shareholders and employees," Busse said in a written statement.
With one deep-bowl sink, you are less likely to spill on the floor," Busse says.
Busse expects that the funding will come in 10 annual installments.
Busse and her team used sandalwood, as the oil from its tree have been used as both perfume and as a medicinal agent for the skin for at least 4,000 years, and found that Sandalore triggered the cloned smeller cells in skin, which dramatically amplified the production and migration of cells, which was a characteristic process of wound healing.
(3,4) Busse and his colleagues (3) sought to identify the attitudes of chiropractic students in the 1999/2000 academic year enrolled at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC).
Julius Busse was the owner of a plot of land in former East Berlin.
Rido Busse, informs the public about the problems of fakes, and the negative impact they have on the economy, small companies and designers.
Busse, will continue to serve as chairman and chief executive officer until December 31, 2011.
Busse of the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and his associates.
Busse said that the company will determine in the first half of 2010 whether to enter into Phase 1 clinical trials on its own or with a partner.
Busse, MD, assistant professor of clinical immunology at Mount Sinai Medical Center.
"We knew that if we wanted to compete in Europe, we'd have to play at their level when it came to doing interiors," says Klaus Busse, who joined Chrysler in 2005 to lead its advanced vehicle interior and component design studio, after spending 10 years working on interiors at Mercedes-Benz.
They swooped after being tipped off about the sick salute to extremist leader Friedhelm Busse.