Origin of lab
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Origin of Lab
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The lab opened the door to a patchwork of grants from around the world which allowed Lavie to begin auditioning actresses.
After his return to the United States, Gillespie took the discovery to the National Transportation Safety Board lab.
“The captain said there was a person on board who worked in a lab at Texas Health Presbyterian,” Lupher said.Inside the Cruise Ship Quarantined Over Ebola Fear|Carol McKinley|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Robust work in this area is coming from Jeffrey Gordon lab at Washington University in St. Louis.
Though a lab has also confirmed the presence of the virus, its role in her death is unclear.
Why are you bothering yourself to lend that book”—he indicated William Morris by a movement of the head—“to everyone in the lab.The Plattner Story and Others|H. G. Wells
The detective took down all the pertinent data that Bending chose to give him, and then asked Bending to go with him to the lab.Damned If You Don't|Gordon Randall Garrett
He watched critically as Scotty swung wide and banked into the approach over the lab building, then settled smoothly to the grass.Smugglers' Reef|John Blaine
Artie looked at the gadget, sitting and whistling on the floor of the lab, then turned a bleak-but-still-hopeful glance my way.Double or Nothing|Jack Sharkey
Word of Jorden's persistence was spreading among the staff personnel of other sections of the lab.The Colonists|Raymond F. Jones