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(psychoanalysis) an idealized image of someone (usually a parent) formed in childhood

an adult insect produced after metamorphosis

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Emma Boynton, head of sales and marketing at Imago Venues said: "The EAC is not just an exciting addition to our portfolio, it is also an opportunity to further demonstrate our position as a global leader in the provision of inspiring and aspirational accommodation, conference and events spaces.
Imago BioSciences recently completed the Phase 1 multiple ascending dose portion of the study assessing the safety, pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of IMG-7289, an inhibitor of the epigenetic enzyme lysine-specific demethylase 1, available as an oral, once-daily treatment for myeloid diseases.
Following this new deal, ScanSource Imago will be able to continue to address increasing demands from the reseller channel for flexible huddle room solutions supported by Vaddios video conferencing products.
The deal, which gives Imago ScanSource and Video Corporation (both ScanSource companies) exclusive distribution rights across the UK, provides access to microphones, voice capture technology, digital signal processors (DSP), speakerphones and audio conferencing mixers.
OAEMalley presents students, academics, researchers, and general interest readers with a collection of academic papers and scholarly articles focused on the Imago Primi Saeculi and the impact of art and controversy on the early modern Jesuits.
Imago is a growth stage accelerator that works with upcoming F&B entrepreneurs to scale businesses.
Imago is a three-month program commencing in May 2015 which will allow participants to learn, plan and grow their businesses.
24 September 2014 - US speciality technology products distributor ScanSource Inc (NASDAQ:SCSC) said it had completed the acquisition of UK video and voice communication solutions provider Imago Group Plc.
This book is a collection of three studies reflecting on imago Dei as basis and starting point for the principle of human dignity, which became central in the anthropological debate, especially after World War II.
He covers the concept and nature of God according to Moltmann, the philosophical foundation of his theology, Trinitarian fellowship as the image of God, and evaluating Moltmann's statement of Imago Dei as Imago Trinitatis.
Thomas' concern with preserving the same eternal and substantial nature of the Son, Word of the Father, signified by the term Imago arises.
This counseling model starts with the assumption that humans are created in the image of God and then applies psychology and theology within three intervention domains related to imago Dei: functional structural, and relational.
In my tradition, the Jesus one, there's this beautiful idea that has yet to penetrate many of the minds of our world, the idea of Imago Dei, or the image of God.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-30 January 2008-Telanetix signs distribution agreement with Imago Group(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
2 male imagos and 1 female subimago (reared) and 22 male imagos: 1 male imago (reared): Raco, R.