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  • n. Plural form of heme.


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  • They call themselves "hemes," as in hemavores, while we others are "omnis."

    Night Road -- A. M. Jenkins

  • But for now, Hong Kong bankers and their clients are pushing forward with plans to tap global capital, with several t hemes likely to dominate.

    Hong Kong Seeking IPO 3-Peat in 2011

  • The novel tells the story of a newly created heme, Gordon, who has to be mentored until he learns the ways of the hemes.

    Night Road -- A. M. Jenkins

  • Gordon's not happy with his new condition, and he's eighteen years old, not exactly the best age for someone who needs to respond to authority, give up his old way of life, and conform to the rules of the hemes.

    Night Road -- A. M. Jenkins

  • The hemes don't have all the powers that other fictional vampires have, but they are indeed immortal, and the sun is indeed their undoing.

    Night Road -- A. M. Jenkins

  • U.S. Is Investigating If Private Bank Had Ties to Tax S.hemes The secrets of UBS.AG's private bank could be spilling into the open at a time when S.itzerland's biggest bank is struggling to maintain a reputation tarnished by billions of dollars in losses.

    Probe May Lay Open UBS

  • Eating an appetizer paced our conversation, giving both of us mostly Rachel opportunities to re-oxygenate our hemes before taking a bite.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Reuters editors in Europe, the Middle East and Africa on top news hemes for the week ahead.

    WEEKAHEAD-The view from Reuters EMEA news editors | Reuters

  • James Collman, a professor of chemistry at Stanford University, who makes synthetic hemes that bind to oxygen.

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  • S.hemes cost the city more than $756,000, says U.S. Attorney's office



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