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The PATINA trial is structured as a randomised, open-label, Phase 3 clinical study of the cyclin-dependent kinase 4/6 (CDK 4/6) inhibitor palbociclib (also known as IBRANCE).
Patina Lighting as part of this new partnership will concentrate on the development and manufacture of innovative and sustainable products whereas Blackbourne Energy Solutions will have the distribution rights for the UK and Ireland.
Nationally, its many dining venues such as Cafe at the Opera at the San Francisco War Memorial & Performing Arts Center, Patina Restaurant the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, The Garden Cafe at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, and five restaurants at Downtown Disney[R] at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim.
McCracken (1990) analisou o emprego da patina no periodo medieval e no inicio da era moderna na Europa, salientando que a patina foi utilizada como estrategia de ascensao social por familias que aspiravam a nobreza, funcionando como um dos elementos de autenticacao dessa nobreza.
For bright green, or mint green finishes, the Patina Green liquid can be applied directly onto a clean copper, brass or bronze surface using brush, dipping or spray.
It is important to use the same alloy of welding rod as the bronze poured in the casting to ensure that the welded areas will patina the same as the casting.
Over time, chemicals in the atmosphere have altered the element, forming A blue-green coating called patina over the statue.
7-percent pure copper foil coating--over time, the tiles will develop the distinguishing protective green patina admired on buildings worldwide.
Halfway around Mars, the rover Spirit has scraped the patina from a dime-size patch of the lock called Ebenezer.
Like meteor showers and shooting stars, this octet of brightly burning performers are, in their aloneness, also suffused with a patina of ambisexuality, ultimately begging the question: Where can Lock go from here?
was in fact carved over the stone's natural fossilized sheen, or patina, the experts of the Israeli Antiquities Authority said.
When you add patina to the piece, then it ultimately reflects the artist's true intent.