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a unit of acoustic absorption equivalent to the absorption by a square foot of a surface that absorbs all incident sound

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United States microbiologist (born in Poland) who developed the Sabin vaccine that is taken orally against poliomyelitis (born 1906)

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First, twelve years after diagnosis, Sabin experienced reversal of leukemia-induced auto-immune hemolytic anemia without steroids or other agents.
Sabin, D-Little Rock, tried unsuccessfully to pass bills allowing P3s in Arkansas in 2013 and 2015 before finding success with Senate Bill 651, whose lead sponsor was Sen.
To develop the new strains, the researchers started with the well-understood Sabin strain and modified a region of its viral RNA to promote greater genetic stability.
The select side took the honours 26-14 with - against all the odds - Sabin and his son Ollie both on the scoresheet before an 'Angels & Demons' party rounded off what the chairman described as "a fantastic event.
40 vaccines anti polio, sabin, 20 dose oral solution, dropper bottle
The 2015 graduating class includes Cody Campbell, Emily Brick, Sarah-Grace Williams, Jensine Bones, Jesse Coppola, Kat Newport, Kristopher Rumsey, Sabin Turner, Molliande Craven and Mikaiah Taylor.
The Sabin Vaccine Institute is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization of scientists, researchers, and advocates dedicated to reducing needless human suffering caused by vaccine preventable and neglected tropical diseases.
At the time of his death, de Quadros was serving as executive vice president of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, where he spent the last decade working with low- and
Kilpatrick (right), from Painswick in Gloucestershire, enjoyed years of fruitful experiences with Sabin Du Loir, the nemesis of Desert Orchid.
The Club of The Year went to Warwick TC whose award was presented to them by Cathie Sabin, the new President of the Lawn Tennis Association.
Yet, in the end, I was profoundly disappointed, consigning this book to my very large Cassandra File because Sabin endorses that doomsaying as expressed by dreaded global warming.
Among those being hunted is John Sabin, who was in a PS26million cigarette smuggling fraud.
CATHIE SABIN has admitted she doubted whether a woman would ever become president of the Lawn Tennis Association, let alone assume the role herself.
Sabin (strategic studies/war studies, Kings College London, UK) discusses the theory and mechanics behind modeling wargames, and historical examples of conflicts.
The court was told that Sabin Rizvi and Donia Aziz were holding dual nationality by birth and this citizenship was awarded to them due to their children.