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Word: germinal

Definition: pertaining to a germ; creative; Ex. germinal idea

Sentences Containing 'germinal'

Angelo has won the César Award for Best Cinematography three times: in 1990 for "Nocturne indien", in 1992 for "Tous les matins du monde", and in 1994 for "Germinal".
As a teenager Olde Wolbers was a goalkeeper at the youth academy of Belgian professional football soccer club Germinal Ekeren, and was the team's reserve goalkeeper for several games in the Belgian Second Division.
Degenerative changes in the endoplasmic reticulum, the mitochondria of the germinal layer, and the subsequent release of lysosomes result in decreased production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is the energy required for the survival of the helminth.
Having played his final game for Anderlecht on 18 December 2008, Goor completed a planned transfer to Germinal Beerschot in January 2009, where he played over two seasons.
In 1922 the zoologist Michael F. Guyer wrote: has meant many different things to many different people, ranging from a, mystical inner perfecting principle, to merely a general trend in development due to the natural constitutional restrictions of the germinal materials, or to the physical limitations imposed by a narrow environment.
In 1989, Meyer was made Fellow of the Paris Society of Medicine (in French Société de Médecine de Paris), founded on the "2 Germinal year IV" (French Revolutionary calendar, i.e. 22 March 1796), originating from the "Société Royale de Médecine" founded in 1730.
Note: until 17 May 2011, the club was officially known as "Germinal Beerschot", but at that date the name was changed to Beerschot AC.
On 9 February, he signed a contract at the Belgian team Lierse S.K. On 20 April 2007, he scored his first goals for Lierse against Germinal Beerschot in their fight to stay in the first division.
The final game was played at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels and won by Germinal Ekeren against Anderlecht.
The term varied in meaning from the overtly vitalistic and theological to the mechanical. It ranged from theories of mystical forces to mere descriptions of a general trend in development due to natural limitations of either the germinal material or the environment...
This is because one study found no SMARCB1 germinal mutations in patients with familial schwannomatosis.
With all, as far as is at present known, the germinal vesicle is the same; so that all organisms start from a common origin.
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