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SANOSymmetry-Adapted Natural Orbital
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Funny that non boholanos make fun of Sano, but Sano is really a true and loyal friend.
In 2010, after he had learned of the mass capture and slaughter of dolphins in Japan for human entertainment, Sano went on a crusade to memorialize every cetacean that had suffered in human hands.
Earlier, in the opening match Fakhar Club Taru Jabba defeated Sano Club Tarnab by 3-1, the score was 22-25, 29-27, 25-23 and 25-21.
"What is clear is that the common culprit across the globe is the burning of fossil fuels -- coal, oil and gas -- worsened by the cutting down of our forests," Sano said, adding that they need to see leaders thinking seriously about people's health and the climate by looking at a fair transition out of fossil fuels while telling people clearly the level of the air quality, so that steps can be taken to tackle this health and climate crisis.
'These activities include the planting of knowledge and mindset about waste from an early age,' Sano said.
Sano said earlier that claims received by the court from HHIC-Phil creditors and suppliers had so far reached P48 billion.
There are just frost occurrences which started on January 9 but they are thin and not so wide)," Sano said in an interview with CNN Philippines.
According to Sano, his favorite feature of the Samsung Galaxy J7+ is the Live Focus, which adds depth and perspective into the photo through an adjustable blur effect.
Sano Touring was invited by the Ministry of Tourism to participate at FESPO 2018.
This US approval of benznidazole for Chagas disease was gained with cooperation and close collaboration with its US-based pharmaceutical division Exeltis, corporate social responsibility partner Mundo Sano as well as the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi).
Miguel Sano gave Ervin Santana all the run support he would need Friday night with one swing of his mighty bat.
The symposium, which will be held that morning from 8 to 11 a.m., will feature Mary Sano, PhD, of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York; Joan A.