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“Dissociation constant on the order of nanomolar Griffiths, A.”
“Their names, I think, were all on the order of Chang and Eng. Doesn't matter.”
“Whereas Wiggs, on his good days, had a smile that snipped the tense prison air like musical scissors, Barr's smile was on the order of those stone-cut enigmas that, wired to a heroic nerve, grace the faces of classical statues.”
“Supper was served in the dining-room from a table decorated in keeping with the event, the center-piece being a model in sugar of the tandem design on the order of dancing.”
“Dissociation constants on the order of micromolar seem to be required to detect interactions in yeast two-hybrid assays Golemis, E.”
“The story's conclusion is open-ended yet hopeful, and certainly a sequel would be welcomed, if only to offer more vistas on the order of this volume's space-elevator that is also Yggdrasil the World Tree.”
“He also left a notice, forbidding all persons to take or destroy any property in my possession; and then impudently inquired how I expected to gain my freedom; if I thought of applying for a writ of habaeus corpus; and many other questions; to which I replied that I should pay no money on the order of Capt.”
“On February 22 the Empress of China, a sleek, copper-bottomed vessel built in Boston on the order of Daniel Parker, weighed anchor, eased down the Narrows, sounded a thirteen-gun salute to the battery at the southern tip of Manhattan, and set sail for Canton.”
“Nothing on the order of the grand structures at M&C or Villa dEste, but the place had a quiet, well-organized, un-crowded feel that could be termed American.”
“The dissociation constant is on the order of micromolar Nissim, A., Hoogenboom, H.”
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