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This high success rate showcased the market potential for the Corynebacterium glutamicum expression method - especially with proteins that traditional expression systems had struggled to express.
A protester wearing a white T-shirt who had carried Stevens out of the room was hugged by a fellow protestor in a traditional expression of gratitude.
Vice President Ansari in his message said that this festival signifies the traditional expression of fraternity and brotherhood across the country and marks the culmination of the holy month of 'Ramzan'.
For example, the highest-rated wrapper design this year cleverly features an apple with the ONE-Liner 'ONE a Day' - putting a new spin on a traditional expression to promote condom usage.
Crucially, we have obtained the commitment that Australian wine producers will phase out the use of key EU Geographical Indications and traditional expressions for wine.
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But she pointedly failed to mutter the traditional expressions of support for the Prime Minister or his policies.
Human beings may feel compelled to contain liturgical language within narrow definitions of what constitutes proper worship, but this impulse is simultaneously challenged by the polyphony of experiences and traditional expressions brought together in the work of the worshipping community.