STENO


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STENOStenographer
STENOScience, Technology and Environment Organization (Laos)
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Steno Arcade launches on Steam Early Access with one of four games in the suite, Steno Hero.
Steno, his wife Mira, and their two children Antonio and Emma, 43, totally control a company with sales of well over $1.
Pan-resistant Steno infections are extremely hard to treat but are rarer than similarly difficult MRSA and Clostridium difficile infections that are frequently hospital-acquired.
Steno thrives in moist environments such as around taps and shower heads and has a distinct method of infecting patients, via devices such as catheters or ventilation tubes that have been left in place for long periods of time.
Doctors studying the genetic code of Steno areworried about its ability to shrug off all but a couple of antibiotics.
STENO bacteria are found naturally in soil and in ground water.
Although Steno infections are still relatively uncommon, they are on the increase, say experts.
Steno can stick to a catheter or ventilator tube and grow into a "biofilm" coating which is difficult to remove by normal cleaning.
The remaining selections include a 1677 conversation between Leibniz and Nicolaus Steno concerning topics related to the Confessio, and several shorter pieces, some of which may have been written for Steno.
The pope had a tantrum, ergo, he got his steno, head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith--the Cardinal aptly named Ratzinger--to draft a 37-page paper called "On the Collaboration of Men and Women in the Church and in the World.
She moved to California in 1953 and was hired by Paramount Pictures in the steno pool.
The seashell on the mountaintop; how Nicolaus Steno solved an ancient mystery and created a science of the earth.