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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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The following are clips of Spica's prominent releases and covers.
Ben Williams (left) and Paul Collins, co-founders of Spica Technologies
Pediatric femur fractures effect of spica cast treatment of family and community.
The Spica software package includes a SDK which enables customers to develop their customized barcode applications.
Mars will appear to be an extremely rusty orange colour in comparison to Spica.
All night, the full Moon poses with bright Mars and, more closely, Spica.
Peter Greenaway's visually stunning offering features a host of familiar faces, but it's Michael Gambon who stands head and shoulders above the rest thanks to a mesmerising performance as Spica. You'll need a strong stomach to be able to sit through some scenes, though.
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.
The Samsung Galaxy Spica is now available in Europe and the CIS and is expected to become available in the MEA region.
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.
GRESPA President Steve Spica called the action "illegal." The ruling allows GRESPA to continue representing the transportation employees who were laid off.