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Synonyms for grivet

white and olive green East African monkey with long white tufts of hair beside the face

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The BGM-70 cell line is an epithelial-like cell derived from baby grivet monkey kidney (ECACC cat no.
First class performances all round make for a glorious evening's theatre with solid gold cameos from Desmond Barritt as a retired police inspector,and Michael Mears as the aggravatingly unctuous Grivet, a railway clerk.
However its presence has been noted in many pollen records throughout the Pleistocene, both in the north and the south of the Iberian Peninsula (GRIVET & PETIT 2003; POSTIGO & al., 2008, 2010), though it shows a dramatic decline since the Middle Holocene (PEARMAN & al., 2008).
It has been widely used as a fingerprinting tool for metabolic studies of microorganisms including bacteria and yeast (Grivet and Delort, 2009).
Jacques Ripoll, head of global investment management and services, SociA[c]tA[c] GA[c]nA[c]rale Group and JA[c]rA[acute accent]me Grivet, deputy CEO of CrA[c]dit Agricole have also been appointed as vice chairmen of the board.
There are enjoyable moments, especially family Michaud ( Tom Rowley) Grivet (Don Harris).
Lespinasse, D.; Grivet, L.; Troispoux, V.; Rodier-Goud, M.; Pinard, F.; Seguin, M.
Raquin Judy Parfitt Camille Patrick Kennedy M Grivet Mark Hadfield M Michaud Michael Culkin Suzanne Emma Lowndes There's little the camera loves more than lust.
Examples of the latter phenomenon include RAVINE (Susan Thorpe, WW 2.1996-36), GRIVET, REBORE (both me, WW 5.1996-82), AVERIN, FRERES, CHERUP (a variant of CHIRRUP in Chambers and UKACD16) and, best of all, TAVERING.
Emmanuel Grivet & Yann Lheureux, May 9-13, National Dance Center, 1 Rue Victor-Hugo; 01 41 83 27 27