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Synonyms for venter

a speaker who expresses or gives vent to a personal opinion or grievance

the womb

a bulging body part (as the belly of a muscle)

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Venter has also been appointed as COO and board director of Western Resources Corp, which is the parent company of Western Potash Corp.
<B Ospreys target Shaun Venter has been compared in some quarters to the great Joost van der Westhuizen
Dubai: Fritz Venter has been named as the South African Honeywell employee who died in last Thursday's plane crash in Mushrif Park that killed all four people on board.
No.8 Henco Venter suddenly emerged with the ball from the Dragons' side of it and and fended off winger Hallam Amos to score.
"We are a lot better than at the beginning of the season and our goal is to win all three matches at home," said Venter.
Speaking at PCFA harvest day on August 2, Mr Venter said since February until March Pandamatenga received rains of between 600-800mm in six weeks and if it was not for the drainage system the farmers could not have been able to plant at all.
Cheetahs captain Venter made his international debut at Twickenham against England in November 2016 and has gone on to make seven appearances for the Springboks, scoring a try in last November's win over Italy.
Asked about hopes for individual players, Venter said: "We actually have a Young Sportsman of the Year nominated in the form of Nick Rigby already which is a good start, and we already have some boys playing at higher levels which is really good for the school, and it just shows that our pathway and development for players is working well."
Venter will be responsible for providing project management and technical expertise related to rail systems for subways, commuter rail, light rail and people movers.
Venter's goal is to sequence at least one million genomes, something that seems likely to take the better part of a decade, and use the data generated from them--along with information about some of the DNA donors' health histories and the results of other medical tests--to find better ways to treat and prevent a range of disorders common among aging people, from cancer to heart disease.
Craig Venter, PhD, is best known as the biologist who, with just a fraction of the funding and in far less time, tied the United States government's Human Genome Project in mapping the world's first whole genome sequence in the early 2000s.
And that brings us to Kathy Venter, a South African-born artist (who has made Canada her home since 1989) and the exhibition Life.
Currently, Venter is the founder, chairman and chief executive officer of the J.
Venter is 'n ringkop onder skrywers oor Afrika: veteraan van baie oorloe, joernalis en outeur van tientalle boeke, hoofsaaklik oor sy eie kontinent.