- n. An extremely small particle.
“As Becky and her children prepare to cross the street in the morning, they are blasted with microparticle bursts of exhaust from a diesel bus, then a truck.”
“To learn more about areas the foundation is working on, he is doing intensive reading on education and science, and has monitored online college courses in geology, history and microparticle physics.”
“I don't care if I'm totally biased: it's a great story, and Chris is such a good person that even if you were inclined to hate every word of everything he wrote, you wouldn't be able to, because the guilt would weigh you down until you were a microparticle of frustrated bile bubbling in the interstices of the universe you previously inhabited.”
“» « I am very enthusiastic about joining GENFIT which, through its clinical research approaches and its progress in microparticle technologies, appears to be one of the most promising players in diagnostics and personalized medicine in the field of diabetes and its associated diseases.”
“Assist in the development, evaluation, and manufacturing activities of microparticle products.”
“Since 1992, Spherotech has been one of the world's leading microparticle manufacturers.”
“It's very challenging to find out what's causing this," Miami's Dr. Wenche Jy, who's leading the microparticle work, says of the age-of-blood debate.”
“After this may come a microparticle that can be used in dry cosmetics, such as face powder.”
“Dr. Wenche Jy, who's leading the microparticle work, says of the age-of-blood debate.”
“It's very challenging to find out what's causing this," Miami's Wenche Jy, who's leading the microparticle work, said of the age-of-blood debate.”
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