FLEXA

AcronymDefinition
FLEXAFire, Lightning, Explosion, Aircraft (insurance)
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Species of subgenus Carex display the greatest variation in achene shape of all the major Carex groups, ranging from biconvex to trigonous, and from ovate to obovate, rhomboid or orbicular, with one to two lateral flexa (abrupt changes in curvature).
Casadei Busellato's Flexa 17 edgebander is targeted for small shops.
Jamie Booth added: "He looked after me back in the day RIP flexa."
Essa ultima era notada "nas vestimentas dos orixas, quase todos fantasiados de selvagens, com arco, flexa, cocar, etc, e o aparecimento sempre crescente de novos orixas".
'Because of our recent growth, we needed something faster and more efficient, so we looked at all the new flexa press offerings in the industry and chose the Gallus ECS 340.
Sencom sensors maintain specific measurement and calibration data and this information can be exchanged between the sensor and a transmitter such as Yokogawa's Flexa family.
Alem disso, Silvia, Flexa, Zanella (2009), e Costa e colaboradores, (2010) afirmam que a RI tambem ocasiona hipertrofia no musculo liso vascular, com diminuicao da complacencia e interferencia no mecanismo de vasodilatacao dependente do endotelio, retencao de sodio e ativacao do sistema nervoso simpatico, alteracoes que podem preceder a HAS.
Morley was expecting to return for the midweek home game against Stourbridge that ended 1-1 but his flexa muscle problem continues and manager Paul Holleran reckons it's going to be another week or so before the player will be anywhere near returning.