mals mals


  • (n) a master's degree in library science


  1. If the ani mals have eyes, they will probably resemble some type of earthside eye, since only a few kinds of eyes are possible.
  2. He went to Ethiopia during the Italian campaign to treat gassed ani mals, spent much of his time treating gassed Ethiopians.
  3. Their stories, nightmarish documentaries of Communist Russia's bureaucratic life, suggest what sort of ani mals survive best in that jungle.


  • Light Scattering Detector targets GPC/SEC applications.

    Supporting up to 20 angles, Viscotek SEC-MALS 20 measures absolute molecular weight for range of macromolecular applications and supplies radius of gyration (Rg) measurements for molecules larger than 10–15 nm. Incorporation of vertical flow cell with radial optics maximizes sensitivity and accuracy for low angle detection. Using OmniSEC software to analyze signals, Viscotek SEC-MALS 20 is ...
    on August 1, 2013     Source: ThomasNet

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  • "We want to train them on voting as some of our MALs are first timers," Raje said, requesting the Congress "not to indulge in horse trading".
    on Jun 16, 2010 By: Vasundhara Raje Source: Times of India

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