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FACETFaculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching (Indianapolis, IN)
FACETFormoterol and Corticosteroids Establishing Therapy (respiratory medicine study)
FACETFosinopril Amlodipine Cardiovascular Events Trial (clinical trial)
FACETFuture Automated Commercial Environment Team
FACETFuture Airborne Communications Equipment and Technology
FACETFinancial Accounting and Comprehensive Expenditure Tracking System
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The eyes, of myriad facets, cover three-fourths of the head, permitting the creature to see in all directions at one and the same time.
The nearer sea was flashing the sun from a myriad facets. I saw my death before me; but I was hot and panting, with the warm blood oozing out on my face and running pleasantly through my veins.
As Marilla lifted it out, the sunlight, falling through the vines that clustered thickly about the window, struck upon something caught in the shawl--something that glittered and sparkled in facets of violet light.
The piety of that age, not very subtle nor much given to reasoning, did not see so many facets in an act of religion.
In certain crustaceans, for instance, there is a double cornea, the inner one divided into facets, within each of which there is a lens-shaped swelling.
Though built of granite,--a stone which is hard to work,--its angles, and the casings of the doors and windows, are decorated with corner blocks cut into diamond facets. It has only one clear story above the ground-floor; but the roof, rising steeply, has several projecting windows, with carved spandrels rather elegantly enclosed in oaken frames, and externally adorned with balustrades.
It was fitted and filled with looking-glasses at every angle of refraction, so that they looked like the hundred facets of one huge diamond--if one could get inside a diamond.
Craig will guide a national team of CFP professionals and deliver a best-in-industry client experience, while driving client retention and referrals and building on Facet's planner efficiency.
Buikstra and Ubelaker (1994:92) define the posterior bridge of the atlas as being a "bony spicules [that] unite the posterior aspect of the superior articular facet of CI with the posterior arch." Even though their definition states that the posterior bridge connects the arch and the facet, their illustration depicts both an incomplete bridge as well as a complete bridge possibly leading to inconsistencies in past scoring methods.
Lumbar intraspinal synovial cysts mostly originate from the facet joint capsule and are most commonly located at the L4-5 spinal level.[2] The diagnosis is usually made by the presence of a contrast-enhanced capsule on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).[3] In addition, LISCs may give rise to clinical symptoms including neurogenic claudication, radiculopathy, and low back pain, when it extends to the lumbar spinal canal and compresses the neural elements.
The USD 33 million in new capital will fuel Facet Wealth's expansion strategy, setting the stage for explosive growth and substantial industry partnerships.
ML1 (superior facet aspect) is the length from medial (M) to lateral talar process (L1)