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an insignia used by the medical profession

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Branchlets dark purple or purplish brown, branches are flexible and have capacity to bear load: Stipules caduceus, linear-lanceolate, petiole 2-4.5 cm, sparsely pubescent or glabrous; leaf blade ovate, or sub orbicular, glabrous, base rounded or subcordate, margin shortly spinulose-serrate, apex long or shortly acuminate.
For Caduceus Cellars' 2013 "Nagual del Agostina," a 100% Mourvedre from northern Arizona, he picked at 23.5[degrees] Brix followed by extended maceration in a 350-gallon tank and pump-overs on skins for a few weeks.
Smith et al., "Intracoronary cardiosphere-derived cells after myocardial infarction: evidence of therapeutic regeneration in the final 1-year results of the CADUCEUS trial (CArdiosphere-Derived aUtologous stem CElls to reverse ventricUlar dySfunction)," Journal of the American College of Cardiology, vol.
Heywood's Mercury then climbs up "this descending hill," carrying his caduceus disguised as a sheephook, and worms his way into the confidence of the foolish Argus, who boasts to him about the cow's intelligence.
Cheng et al., "Intracoronary cardiosphere-derived cells for heart regeneration after myocardial infarction (CADUCEUS): a prospective, randomised phase 1 trial," The Lancet, vol.
ALLSTAR is studying a population similar to the one in CADUCEUS (30-90 days post-MI), but the study included patients that were 91 - 365 days post-MI to see if the indication window could be extended.
ALLSTAR is studying a population similar to the one in CADUCEUS (30-90 days post-MI), but the study included patients that were 91-365 days post-MI to see if the indication window could be extended.
Her many awards include the Father Joseph Blitz Award given by Arkansas Just Communities, Paul Harris Fellow Award given by Rotary International, 1980 Golden Apple Teaching Award given by UAMS, Arkansas Caduceus Club Distinguished Faculty Award, 1996 Milton Senn Award given by the AAP, 1982 President's 75th Anniversary Award given by ACH and 2002 UAMS Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Achievements in Science and Medicine.
Other key sponsors include: Axis Construction, Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP, Caduceus, Inc, First Nationwide Title Agency, Island Medical Management, L.E.B.
The Land Rover had a caduceus in red on the front door, and the words, "International Medical Volunteer Corps." Getting out of it was the tall, bearded white man I'd seen near the flagpole the day before.
Any profits of AAPHP are designated proportionally to the Caduceus Recovery Foundation or the Juris Recovery Foundation, both of which are not-for-profit foundations established to provide treatment assistance for deserving but financially impoverished impaired professionals.
She holds aloft an olive branch and the caduceus of Mercury, an allusion to trade, with a cornucopia at her feet.
The battle of the APRN bills reminds me of a perceived fight to hold the Caduceus. The Caduceus, a symbol with a staff and two snakes circling around it, is perceived to be the universal symbol of Medicine.