CROCUS


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CROCUSCenter for Research on Children in the United States (est. 2001; Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
CROCUSCost of the energy service Related to Overall efficiency with incentives for infrastructure at Unchanged Service
CROCUSConjugate Reconstruction by Off-Center Under-Sampling (radiology)
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Doctor Crocus looks round upon the crowd to observe the effect he produces, rubs his hands, and says, in a very loud voice:
As Doctor Crocus says these latter words, he shakes his head, knowingly, and laughs again.
The crocus planting was arranged in close collaboration with PC Phillips' family, along with Merseyside Police and Wirral Borough Council.
The effects of Crocus sativus (saffron) and its constituents on nervous system: A review.
The inside of all crocus flowers, whether they be yellow, purple, blue or white, is always pure and opaque.
This deal is the natural continuation of the close cooperation between Crocus Group, which consists of more than 40 companies, and Sberbank and will enable our company to take its construction operations to the next level.
Ideally, you won't mow the lawn again until around May so the leaves of the crocus have had time to photosynthesise and gather enough energy for next year's display.
EARLY BLOOMS a crowd of sumptous golds purples (above); spice saffron comes from dried crocus stigmas (below left); white goblet style flowers (below right) purples (above); spice dr dr dr drie ie ied crocus stigm go go go go g blet style fl
Crocus has created a new IP based on magnetic sensors for flexible surface position detection, enabling equipment makers to gain in the added performance of flexible shape devices, while reducing costs," said Bertrand Cambou, chairman and CEO of Crocus Technology.
A 22-week, multicenter, randomized, double blind controlled trial of Crocus sativus in the treatment of mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's.
Our objective was to assess the efficacy of the stigmas of Crocus sativus (saffron) in the treatment of mild to moderate depression in a 6-week double-blind, placebo-controlled and randomized trial.