agami


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agami

(ˈæɡəmɪ)
n
(Animals) a crane-like bird native to northern S America, often partially domesticated and kept with livestock because of its loud cry of alarm, which warns against predators

agami

(ˈæɡəmɪ)
n
Hinduism karma that is created in the present, the consequences of which will be felt in the future
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And while some artists post snippets of their work in hopes of seducing followers into experiencing it live, Agami worries that this often has the opposite effect: Making potential audience members feel like they've already seen the work.
"We are replacing grandmama's diapers with mama's sexy underwear," Agami explains.
"The miss in earnings by Morgan Stanley is a weighty indicator for the overall financial services sector, since the consensus was MS would be largely unscathed by the negative inertia in fixed-income markets," Agami said.
Tamar Friedman and brothers Tommy & Yan Agami, on the other hand, were eliminated.
Agami, "A Pumilio-induced RNA structure switch in p27-3[degrees]2 UTR controls miR-221 and miR-222 accessibility," Nature Cell Biology, vol.
Local medic Hesham Agami said ambulances couldn't get the wounded to hospital because the military had blocked off roads.
A medic from the area, Hesham Agami, said ambulances were unable to transport more than 200 wounded to hospitals because the military had blocked off the roads.
Le president des agences touristiques a Louxor, Tharwat Agami, a fait savoir que l'afflux iranien contribuerait, de facon positive, a remedier aux maux du secteur touristique egyptien, notamment dans les villes d'Assouan et de Louxor, confirmant qu'il n'y aurait aucun effet negatif sur l'afflux iranien en Egypte, puisque ce sont des touristes comme tous les autres.
1996, 35, 981 [CrossRef]; c) Agami, C.; Bihan, D.; PuchotKadouri, C.
Agami, "A system for stable expression of short interfering RNAs in mammalian cells," Science, vol.