SPICA


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SPICASpace Infrared Telescope for Cosmology and Astrophysics (Japan)
SPICAShirley Price International College of Aromatherapy
SPICASupport Program for Instructional Competency in Astronomy (Cambridge, MA)
SPICASociety for the Preservation of Indian Culture in America
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Ben Williams (left) and Paul Collins, co-founders of Spica Technologies
The Spica barcode scanner SDK and application for Windows OS based platform is readily available for evaluation.
In a consecutive series of 49 children who had closed manipulation and application of hip spica under general anaesthesia using image intensifier confirmation, a specific clinical finding of limited extension at the ipsilateral knee was observed after successful closed reduction.
As Spica neared the rendezvous point, crew members prepared to launch one of the ship's Rigid Hull Inflatable Boats (RHIB) and simultaneously prepared to receive an inbound SH-60 Seahawk helicopter from USS Nicholas.
If you aim your binoculars at Spica then the comet will be in the upper left of your field of view.
Above that horizon, about halfway to the center, is bright Jupiter with Spica to its left.
Go to the doctor a few days later and get diagnosed with a non-displaced scaphoid fracture which has a recommended treatment of six weeks with a long arm thumb spica cast, followed by a short arm thumb spica cast for an additional six weeks.
The kind generally known as Old English lavender is Lavandula spica, also sold as angustifolia or officinalis, which has pale blue or mauve flowers on a fairly large bush up to 90cm (3ft) in height and spread.
The kind generally known as Old English lavender is Lavandula spica , also sold as angustifolia or officinalis , which has pale blue or mauve flowers on a fairly large bush up to 90 cm (3ft) in height and spread.
Truman (CVN 75) rescued two civilian helo pilots from USNS Spica (T-AFS 9).
French spirituality in the seventeenth century is discussed in emblematic contexts by both Anne-Elisabeth Spica and Agne's Guiderdoni Brusle.