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CROCUSCenter for Research on Children in the United States (est. 2001; Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
CROCUSCost of the energy service Related to Overall efficiency with incentives for infrastructure at Unchanged Service
CROCUSConjugate Reconstruction by Off-Center Under-Sampling (radiology)
References in classic literature ?
As Doctor Crocus says these latter words, he shakes his head, knowingly, and laughs again.
Their common name comes from their resemblance to the crocus that blooms in the spring, but they are actually members of the lily family.
CHARMERS: Cyclamen coum and, below, the autumn crocus
In Greek mythology, Crocus was a mortal youth who became overly enamored with the nymph Smilax.
Ideally, you won't mow the lawn again until around May so the leaves of the crocus have had time to photosynthesise and gather enough energy for next year's display.
Crocus's magnetic sensors aim to provide an efficient solution for shape sensing in flexible surfaces and foils to overcome deficiencies occurring in other solutions, such as piezoelectric sensors.
One of interesting example is saffron (Crocus sativus) for Alzheimer's disease and depression that has been mentioned by Avicenna in his famous book?.
Our objective was to assess the efficacy of the stigmas of Crocus sativus (saffron) in the treatment of mild to moderate depression in a 6-week double-blind, placebo-controlled and randomized trial.
Crocus Consulting has worked closely with HMRC on these issues for over two years, providing advice and feedback on both RTI and Auto Enrolment.
Marie Dwyer and Karl Benson, owners of Cooks of Crocus Hill.