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  • ...act outside our sense of what is acceptable behavior are more likely to be tagged with a label of ''mentally unhealthy'', whether or not they are indeed m ...mentally unhealthy'' and imprisoned in many societies. However, an ancient Greek such as [[Aristotle]], examining Western societies today in [[Western Europ
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  • The '''Apostles''' (in [[Koine Greek]] ...lilee|Galilean]] [[Judaism|Jewish]] men (10 names are Aramaic, 4 names are Greek) chosen from among the [[disciple]]s, who were 'sent forth' by [[Jesus]] of
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  • ...ii Salvii.</ref> Another genus described by Linnaeus was ''[[Orchis]]'', a Greek name referring to the shape of two small tubers that the species of this ge In [[Europe]] there are registers from the Greek Classical Period of [[Theophrastus]] of [[Lesbos]], at about 300 BCE. In '
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  • ...ii Salvii.</ref> Another genus described by Linnaeus was ''[[Orchis]]'', a Greek name referring to the shape of two small tubers that the species of this ge In [[Europe]] there are registers from the Greek Classical Period of [[Theophrastus]] of [[Lesbos]], at about 300 BCE. In '
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  • ...assive number of randomly picked expressed sequence tags ([[EST]]'s). Each tag represented a cDNA clone and the whole collection represented a catalog of Gene comes from a Greek word meaning "to give birth to". Our understanding of the role genes play i
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  • ...r official language. Rather, the organization adopted ''ISO'' based on the Greek word ''isos'' , meaning ''equal''. Recognizing that the organization’s in ...rdsdev/global_resources/US%20TAG%20Committe%20Handbook%206March2008.doc US Tag Committee Handbook, 2008]</ref>
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  • ...ys and <sup>33</sup>P has a half-life of 25.34 days. Biomolecules can be "tagged" with a radio isotope to allow for the study of very dilute samples. ...rst element discovered since antiquity. The word phosphorus comes from the Greek (φως = light, φορέω = carry) and means light carrier. We now know
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  • ...ys and <sup>33</sup>P has a half-life of 25.34 days. Biomolecules can be "tagged" with a radio isotope to allowed for the study of very dilute samples. ...rst element discovered since antiquity. The word phosphorus comes from the Greek (φως = light, φορέω = carry) and means light carrier. We now know
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