Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative form of chimeric.

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Examples

  • An alleged "two-legged snake" turned out to be a snake that had recently eaten a frog; the legs protruded through the snake's skin after the snake was beaten to death, creating an odd chimaeric reptile.

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  • All three of them are wonderfully monstrous, monstrously wonderful … strange chimaeric creatures with the slouch of a lion, the soar of an eagle, the snort of a bull and the sorrow of a human being.

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  • All three of them are wonderfully monstrous, monstrously wonderful … strange chimaeric creatures with the slouch of a lion, the soar of an eagle, the snort of a bull and the sorrow of a human being.

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  • So, judging from the first picture, I take it her birthday present involved an alchemist being sent in to transform her into some sort of chimaeric equine baby?

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  • When therefore we call our plan chimaeric and eccentric, we in reality flatter the actual worthlessness of our artistic publicity, and in a manner mark it as the just and rational measure.

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  • When therefore we call our plan chimaeric and eccentric, we in reality flatter the actual worthlessness of our artistic publicity, and in a manner mark it as the just and rational measure.

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  • Immunotherapeutic strategies such as anti-VEG-F and chimaeric T-Cell receptors are increasingly being used because they are very tumor specific and limit side effects and subjects with recurrent disease.

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  • Vescovo G (2004) Muscle wastage in chronic heart failure, between apoptosis, catabolism and altered anabolism: a chimaeric view of inflammation?

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  • The technique uses a novel wrapping procedure to deliver specific genes to reprogram cells into an embryonic-like state instead of the usual viral-delivery mechanism. iPS cells produced with this nonviral vector showed robust expression of pluripotency markers, indicating a reprogrammed state confirmed functionally by in vitro differentiation assays and formation of adult chimaeric mice, according to the team.

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  • The technique uses a novel wrapping procedure to deliver specific genes to reprogram cells into an embryonic-like state instead of the usual viral-delivery mechanism. iPS cells produced with this nonviral vector showed robust expression of pluripotency markers, indicating a reprogrammed state confirmed functionally by in vitro differentiation assays and formation of adult chimaeric mice, according to the team.

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