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 Abdicate Cell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abdicate Cell is a music publishing experiment mainly dedicated to experimental or extreme music (difficult listening, abstract, sonic landscapes, grindcore, electro-crust, etc.).
Formed and conducted by Sergi Saldaña Massó (aka Zherji) it started in Barcelona in 1998 as a way to record "little sonic experiences".
This article or section has been tagged since August 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Abdicate_Cell   (187 words)

 zherjis blog: abdicate cell
abdicate: "abdicate is a term/word and may be found in the dictionary.
All music, pictures, paintings and graphics done at the abdicate cell by zherji, except indicated.
This blog is about everithing I consider as an influential input for me and my abdicate cell's works.
zherji.net /blog/2005/02/abdicate-cell.html   (386 words)

 Welcome to the Oregon State Bar Online
Finally, resist the inclination to abdicate to technology.
Cell phones, personal computers and e-mail are wonderful tools for helping lawyers increase productivity, communicate more frequently and manage their businesses.
Before cell phones, if you felt the client was going to need you, you stayed at the office near the phone — and the files.
www.osbar.org /publications/bulletin/03apr/practice.html   (1473 words)

 Cancer Biology Program
Normal proliferative cells can choose among several different fates: 1) entry into the cell division cycle; 2) exit the cell cycle without losing their proliferative potential; 3) differentiate to perform specialized functions and abdicate their proliferative potential; and 4) submit to programmed cell death.
Invasion and metastasis are more extreme examples of the unusual and remarkable behavior that becomes evident when cells lose their cognate and hierarchical interactive patterns, responsible for maintaining tissue and organ structure.
Relentless and uncontrolled cell proliferation is necessary for neoplastic proliferation, but is not sufficient to cause tumor development in vivo.
cancer.ucsd.edu /research/programs/biology.asp   (332 words)

 Resources: Items: Stepping Out of Line in Stem Cell Research
The question Californians now need to ask themselves is whether they want to abdicate control of this transformation and hand it over entirely to scientists and the private sector.
Under that social contract, the federal government increased its annual investment in basic scientific research from about $265 million in the early 1950s to close to $30 billion today (or a 2,000% increase after accounting for inflation), while affording scientists considerable protection from direct political interference in their work.
If Californians want to fund stem cell research, they could do so through legislation that preserves the balance between scientific autonomy and democratic values by providing for annual appropriation of funds and accountability to elected officials rather than vested interests.
www.genetics-and-society.org /resources/items/20041025_latimes_sarewitz.html   (814 words)

Abdicate is to ascend as sit is to stand.
Abdicate is to give up as hurl is to throw.
Example: If the vocabulary word is abdicate, possible analogies might include the following:
www.wcs.edu /CHS/BivEng4Vocab.htm   (688 words)

 Bush Takes High Ground on Stem Cells
Adult stem cells are less plentiful and are not believed to be able to develop into as many types of tissues, but reports continue to support their potential.
From a purely scientific perspective, debate rages over whether embryonic cells are necessary to achieve the potential benefits of stem-cell research.
Bush has encouraged significant funding of stem-cell research that does not involve the destruction of human embryos, which always occurs when their stem cells are removed.
www.xenos.org /ministries/crossroads/donal/stemcells_bush.htm   (775 words)

 Welcome to Atlantic City Weekly
Present research indicates that embryonic stem cells have the unique ability to become almost all of the 200 known specialized cells of the body and therefore can potentially generate replacement cells for a broad array of tissues and organs, such as the heart, the pancreas, and the nervous system.
Research into the therapeutic potential of stem cells is extremely promising and may eventually lead to treatments or cures for Parkinson's disease, diabetes, chronic heart disease, end-stage kidney disease, liver failure, Alzheimer's disease, and cancer, among other maladies.
Well, the national debate centers around the two main types of human stem cells that are used for research: adult and embryonic stem cells.
www.acweekly.com /archives/2005/01.13.05/editors.php   (647 words)

 Abdicate Cell
Abdicate Cell => reject + cast off + disown + surrender + renounce + hollow place + elementary structure + space between + division + noise + experimentation + sharing + learning + flow + voayage + integration +.............................................................................................................
You can read what's going on at the Abdicate Cell in A cell.
Check the sitemap if you need to find yourself in the cell.
zherji.net /abdicate.htm   (198 words)

Christ himself ordered the king to abdicate in favour of Lalibela.
But the handmaid of the Queen, too, gave birth to a son whose father was King Solomon, and her son was the ancestor of the Zagwe dynasty.
However, according to legend before the throne of Ethiopia was restored to its rightful rulers, upon command of God and with the help of angels, Lalibela’s pious zeal converted the royal residence of the Zagwe in the town of Roha in to a prayer of stone.
www.selamta.net /lalibela.htm   (4460 words)

 CBHD: Cloning and Stem Cell Research - Dónal P. O'Mathúna
Obtaining cells from an embryo which has been cloned by inserting a patient's own DNA into an egg cell devoid of genetic material circumvents the risk of tissue rejection which would likely be posed if stem cells were derived from non-cloned embryos who do not share the patient's genetic material.
Because embryonic stem cells can develop into many different types of tissues, researchers hope these cells can be coaxed into replacing tissues whose function has been lost or compromised as a result of injury or disease.
If the stem cells obtained from these cloned embryos could be coaxed into becoming skin cells, they would be genetically identical to the patient and would pose no risk of rejection.
www.cbhd.org /resources/cloning/omathuna_fall-2000.htm   (1374 words)

 BamaBlog.com - August 8-15, 2004
Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.
While a cell cam is convenient for immediate photos (and I take a picture and shoot it off to my photo blog every once in a while), it still doesn't compare with a small digital camera (used for most of my photo blog images).
It just arrived in our local store and supposedly has the best cell cam of their choices.
www.angelfire.com /folk/morgan/blog/archive62.htm   (1664 words)

 Successful Aging of the Healthy Brain by Marian Diamond
Synonyms are: withdraw, resign, regress, recede, abdicate, depart, and on and on.
We did not find such a T cell increase in the blood samples of the control women who did not play bridge, but sat listening to quiet music during the time the others were playing bridge.
Most are concerned about losing nerve cells at the other end of the life cycle when, in reality, you lost more nerve cells before you entered the world.
www.newhorizons.org /neuro/diamond_aging.htm   (6873 words)

 TIME.com: There Is No Longer a 'Peace Process' -- Page 1
To say you won't talk under fire is to abdicate the future of this conflict to one kid with a gun or one guy driving a 30-ton bus who decides to kill some people.
Sharon may be saying he won't negotiate until there's a cease-fire, but the assumption is that as soon as you're prime minister, you negotiate.
So he's going to be talking to the Palestinians, but he's made very clear that he's not interested in discussing the "final status" issues that were on the table until a few weeks ago.
www.time.com /time/world/article/0,8599,99814,00.html   (1207 words)

 Herald Sun: Stem cell breakthrough goes global (archived)
The line is based on a cell that can grow endless exact copies of itself in a laboratory, and which can be used to make any kind of cell in the human body.
Stem Cell Sciences Ltd (SCS) announced in Melbourne today that it would make its new stem cell line, named Mel 1 after its city of origin, freely available to academics and companies carrying out research around the globe.
AN Australian company will release the embryonic stem cell line it has developed to researchers around the world for free "for the good of mankind".
www.heraldsun.news.com.au /common/story_page/0,5478,11389580^1702,00.html   (362 words)

 Prodigem Hosting Service - zherji: H: U.N.D._Arnak signals
H: U.N.D. herji, abdicate cell, h und, hund, h u.n.d.
www.prodigem.com /torrents/details.php?id=338dllist=1   (67 words)

 KSL News: Majority of Utahns Surveyed Support Embryonic Stem Cells Research
Cannon said stem cells taken from umbilical cords offer potential to help with more than 65 diseases, and he would back a veto of any bill to federally fund research using more embryonic stem cells.
The Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005 passed the House in May by a vote 238 to 194.
Hatch said he was heartened by the poll numbers and believes that the public understands that the research would not jeopardize human life.
tv.ksl.com /index.php?nid=5&sid=213305   (412 words)

 Gina Smith's Stem Cell Watch: Cloning
The goal was to retrieve from those embryos so-called stem cells, which scientists believe have the capacity to regenerate failing organs.
Stem cell news, trends and explainers for journalists, analysts, investors and the rest of us who need to know.
Some contended that the human cloning cat is now mostly out of the bag, while others said that cloning is still as much an art as a science and won't so easily be taken from the laboratory to the maternity ward.
ginasmith.typepad.com /stemcell_news_digest_/cloning   (1772 words)

 TalkBack: Tracking Cell Phone Location Requires Warrant reader response on CNET News.com
This kind of location tracking, under a proper showing of probable cause for a warrant, might be useful in tracking a drug courier, including linking him to the mid-level distributorship.
I never read of the person who intercepted, recorded and published a private cell phone conversation by then House Speaker Newt Gingrich, in apparent civil and criminal violation of 47 U.S.C. 405 and probably other law as well, being arrested or prosecuted.
Reading some law professors' blogs recently, I was somewhat surprised to learn that there appears to be little law yet on a lot of privacy, Fourth Amendment, and Patriot Act issues concerning use of the Internet.
news.com.com /5208-1030-0.html?forumID=1&threadID=9298&messageID=66922&start=-1   (639 words)

 Democratic Leaders Abdicate on War Policy
Kucinich and his small band of congressional naysayers are left to provide relief from this tragic abdication of responsibility.
He is the type of quirky congressman who tends to be loved at home but commands little notice in Washington.
Someone forgot to tell him it is unfashionable, now, to think.
educate-yourself.org /cn/democratleadersabdicatewarpolicy02oct02.shtml   (777 words)

 Siliconmom.com, forum and resource for moms in the high tech world
Abdicate (v.), to give up all hope of ever having a flat stomach.
Leaving the house without your cell phone, which you didn't have the first 20 or 30 years of your life, is cause for panic and turning around to go get it.
You pull up in your own driveway and use your cell phone to see if anyone is home.
www.siliconmom.com /spam.html   (3118 words)

 SCSD > Column > Re-entry Programs an Investment in Public Safety
We choose not to abdicate our responsibility to help keep the public safe.
We have a choice to release those offenders in the same condition in which they were received, or make an effort to offer them a chance at a life free from criminal activity.
Research has shown that offenders who receive little or no post-release supervision or assistance are likely to recommit crimes and end up back in prison.
www.scsdma.org /news/columns/2004/040227.html   (904 words)

 Why is this any of the government's business?
Children don't like making decisions, so they abdicate that responsibility to adults.
Simply put, the critics find cell phones annoying and don't want to be seated next to their use on a flight.
The funny part is although its rude to use the cell phone, they think you are rude when you ask them to take it somewhere else.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1314386/posts   (2477 words)

 Crosswalk.com - Janet Parshall: War of Worldviews
Those of us who believe in absolute truth must not abdicate our responsibility to bring it clearly into the marketplace of ideas.
This polling data is a fascinating illustration of the two truly different world views fighting for predominance in this culture: One is centered on the concept of a transcendent moral code of right and wrong; the other based on the belief that we make up "truth" as we go along.
This is Janet Parshall with today's Salem Radio Commentary.
www.crosswalk.com /news/1235438.html   (223 words)

 Savannah College of Art and Design: The Chronicle
Too often people abdicate this duty solely to the police.
Now, tell the police the same thing: You are paying a lot of money in taxes for them to safeguard you, your family and your property.
Thus, you will not lock the doors of your residence or your vehicle, you will leave personal property in your yard, and you will leave wallets, cell phones, money, credit cards and other valuables in your vehicle.
www.scad.edu /chronicle/archive/vol_4/07_23/safe.html   (492 words)

 Right Minded -- Conservative Commentary from Mark A. Rose
Of course, most of us have families and can't very well abdicate our responsibilities by going the way of Thoreau.
All that aside, it does bother me that cell phones and e-mail, and all those other things that entertain us and occupy our time seem to have slowly replaced our relationships with each other.
But there are times when I long to take a couple of days, leave the gadgets behind, and take my family off to the mountains for some trail-walking and primitive camping in the woods.
markarose.com /archives/family   (2503 words)

 The Australian: Saddam to face trial 'in cage' (archived)
Quoting an unidentified source, Britain's top-selling tabloid said that during the trial – to be held possibly next year – Saddam would be housed in an underground cell and would travel to and from the courtroom cage using a lift.
It said the white reinforced metal cage would be similar to the one used to control the character played by Anthony Hopkins in the Silence of the Lambs movie of 1991.
Saddam is facing charges of war crimes and genocide and will be tried before Iraqi judges in the palace inside Baghdad's Green Zone.
www.theaustralian.news.com.au /common/story_page/0,5744,12397091^1702,00.html   (152 words)

 Patient To Do List Page
And just because they are wearing those white coats, doesn’t mean that you have to abdicate responsibility for your treatment, and turn it all over to them.
I have created this website (and the acinic cell email group at ACOR) so that the many things I have learned are not wasted by just being useful to me. I figured out at a certain point that all the little details I have accumulated could be useful to other acinic cell carcinoma patients.
Many of these “helpful hints” are also applicable to patients with other types of cancer, as well as those with other “rare diseases”, who need to take a more active role in their own health care.
www.aciniccell.org /patient_to_do_list.html   (9876 words)

 Prodigem Hosting Service - zherji: X-flow - Five steps integration
The last recording is Five steps integration, one track recorded live at abdicate cell.
During the process of creation of what has to be a new conceptual lp I recorded a free flow of sonic landscapes using guitar, sequencing and a lot of controled realimentation howls.
www.prodigem.com /torrents/torrent_339.html   (117 words)

See our prison cell isn’t a 6' x 6' room but sin is our prison.
Saved from death, not physical death, but spiritual death in hell.
www.abdicate.net /sal.aspx   (503 words)

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