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an element or a component in a decorative composition

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a design or figure that consists of recurring shapes or colors, as in architecture or decoration

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a theme that is repeated or elaborated in a piece of music

a unifying idea that is a recurrent element in literary or artistic work

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Motif is also building a patent estate to provide additional protection for iclaprim and has two U.S.
In February this year, the agreement was amended, requiring Motif Bio to immediately pay USD7.0 million.
TFs recognize specific snippets of the DNA code called motifs, and use them as landing sites to bind the DNA and turn genes on or off.
And we have come to Motif Funland to widen the scope of our praise by all of us coming together for the purpose,' she stated.
(2006) "Return of the white raven: postdiluvial reconnaissance motif A2234.
Functional motif prediction: The computational biology resource ELM (The eukaryotic liner motif resources) was utilized for exploring the potential functional sites in the protein structure.
According to Motif Bio, in contrast to commonly used broad-spectrum antibiotics, this 'precision medicine' approach is consistent with antibiotic stewardship principles which, among other things, seek to reduce the inappropriate use of broad-spectrum products to avoid the build-up of resistance and to lessen the impact on the microbiome of the patient.
We contacted the father of this concept, Richard Faille, and he agreed to cooperate with us in issuing the Zero Euros with Slovak motifs.TSS: How does it work?VK: We either address interesting tourist locales, or organisations that are interested in having such a souvenir contact us themselves.
* When the embroidery is complete, cut away the stabilizer 1/2 to 3/4" beyond the motif edges to create a seam allowance.
But beyond modern commerce, the actual history of the motif goes back to Zoroastrian religion.
(NASDAQ: TTEC) has acquired a majority stake in India- and Philippines-based digital trust and safety services provider Motif, the company said.
This assignment asks students to demonstrate the design principles of balance (symmetry/ asymmetry) and rhythm (with a repeated motif).
Defining a motif as the longest continuous sequence of equal or increasing values representing a quantitative property of a linguistic unit, linguists report some recent results in this area, with an emphasis on the linear organization of the units.
The carvings with geometrical motif received the highest preferences (113; 75%), followed by floral (105; 70%), combination of flora and figurative (105; 70%), combination of flora and calligraphy (100; 67%), carvings with a large area of void/ more void (98; 65%) and finally, patterns with a small area of voids/ less void (87; 58%) (Table 1).
The distribution of CRMs in gene regulatory regions is very wide and some CRMs are even far from the target gene up to several hundreds of kbp; motif sites as functional elements of a CRM are short and degenerate, and their identification in itself is a difficult problem.