grail


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Synonyms for grail

the object of any prolonged endeavor

(legend) chalice used by Christ at the Last Supper

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Grail also continues to remain focused on enrolling its two large studies -- the Circulating Cell-free Genome Atlas Study and the STRIVE Study.
Ronan and O'Brien's profiles of Grail women are equally durable and useful as a trove of information that is the stuff of future doctoral dissertations.
The Dentsu Group will establish alliances between clients and partner companies to encourage the practical application of Grail technologies in Japan.
But Kate Sussams, the cathedral's director of operations, said: "Monty Python and the Holy Grail will be an iconic film in an iconic venue.
Grail says very deep sequencing will improve specificity and sensitivity in two ways: improving signal-to-noise ratio and detecting more mutations per sample.
These meanings, and many more, can be found in the mystical experiences that happen on the Grail path.
It was in this book that he first encountered Williams's use of the Grail and co-inherence (Williams's idea of the Unity of the Christian body, each person in some ways a part of each other in Christ through substitution and exchange).
The grail then came into the possession of a group of Somerset monks who later fled with the cup to Strata Florida Abbey, near Tregaron in Ceredigion.
A MAJOR police hunt is underway after burglars raided a Midland home and stole a priceless religious artefact - said to be the mythical Holy Grail.
The pair explore Arthurian times, stealing priceless artifacts, with the Holy Grail as the ultimate goal.
18 -- The Conference dedicated to propel the avant-garde technology Groovy and Grail technology in an Open source web application framework ecosystem took place at Indian Habitat Center, Delhi on 11th Jan'14.
Since time immemorial, humanity has looked up and wondered what made the man in the Moon," Maria Zuber, GRAIL principal investigator from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, said.
Deana Grail, a certified therapeutic recreation specialist at Rogers Memorial Hospital near Milwaukee, says that the kinesthetic method emphasizing movement offers one of the most impactful ways to learn, develop and grow.
Their quest for the mysterious and elusive Holy Grail was part of this yearning for a higher way of life and a deeper connection with an authentic, divine self.
In this study, Griffin (office of information technology, University of Tennessee) summarizes evidence demonstrating the existence of the grail as a historical artifact and proving that a man from Israel (Joseph of Arimathea) traveled to England and founded a church there in the first century AD.