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They say Kreda then set the house on fire before he returned to the bedroom and shot himself in the head.
(73.) Koppel & Kreda, supra note 63, at 1277; see also Price, supra note 15, at 1432-36 (describing the use of trade secrecy as a market exclusivity mechanism for black-box algorithms).
Kreda et al., "Coupled nucleotide and mucin hypersecretion from goblet-cell metaplastic human airway epithelium," American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology, vol.
It is pertinent to mention the role of the KREDA (Kargil Renewable Energy Development Agency) that has succeeded in lighting hopes even in the far flung villages of Kargil which use solar energy.
(Riggs) Kreda, 72, of Millbury, went to be with Jesus Christ, her Lord and Savior on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at Rose Monahan Hospice Residence surrounded by her adoring family.
Kreda, a clinical research associate of medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and colleagues describe research with a particular type of airway receptor molecule that may offer a reliable pathway into cells.
In the north and center, Gorane (Toubou, Daza, Kreda), Zaghawa, Kanembou, Ouaddai, Arabs, Baguirmi, Hadjerai, Fulbe, Kotoko, Hausa, Boulala, and Maba, most of whom are Muslim.