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  • RF: There is a type of chromosome polymorphism which does not harm fertility of hybrides, so-called Robertson's translocation, when two one-armed chromosomes join in centromere to form one two-arm chromosome.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Finally Sean got Evan in a two-arm lock and hauled him off Doug, kicking and shouting the whole way.

    Megan Meade's Guide to the McGowan Boys

  • A single two-arm gas-pipe descended from the center of the ceiling.

    The Financier

  • JONAH GOLDBERG, NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE: Well, first of all, I'm the world's worst two-arm, two-legged, nonblind golfer, so I kind of can't talk too much about this.

    CNN Transcript May 23, 2003

  • "There are plenty of two-arm/two-leg critters around, and I've glued some camouflage to this outfit."

    A Fire Upon the Deep

  • The United States Navy employs a two-arm or a two-flag system, which by different slants and angles of the arms or flags signals by the Army and

    Pluck on the Long Trail Boy Scouts in the Rockies

  • For distance two-arm signals are better than one-arm; and Scouts should have a short code in two-arms.

    Pluck on the Long Trail Boy Scouts in the Rockies

  • For the first 60 years, it existed in a stable, two-arm spiral pattern.

    Ars Technica

  • The open-label, active-controlled, two-arm parallel-group, multi-center study was conducted with 639 patients who were randomized to receive either lixisenatide or Byetta.

  • Boston's Marc Savard went down with 12:50 left in game after taking a two-arm shove to the head into the boards by Deryk Engelland.

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