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Coda (music), a passage which brings a movement or piece to a conclusion through prolongation
Coda is a character in the miniseries The Scene (played by Dinarte Freitas)
Coda sign Coda (Italian for tail; from the Latin cauda), in music, is a passage which brings a movement or a separate piece to a conclusion through prolongation. ... In November 1982, Coda was released to an unsuspecting public, two years after the death of John Bonham. ... Robert Hewitt Wolfe is an American television producer and scriptwriter. ... Gene Roddenberryâs Andromeda was a science fiction television series, created by Gene Roddenberry, but produced posthumously. ... Coda (1995) Coda is a Rock en EspaÃ±ol band from Mexico, formed in 1989. ... Note: This page contains phonetic information presented in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) using Unicode. ... Coda is a distributed filesystem, developed at Carnegie Mellon University since 1987, under the direction of Mahadev Satyanarayanan. ... The CODA System is a role-playing game system designed by Decipher, Inc. ... For other uses of Coda, see Coda (disambiguation) . The Coda is a group of fictional female warriors in Wildstorm comics. ... The Scene is a miniseries created by Jun Group Entertainment. ...
CODA is designing and conducting a pilot study of 2000 subjects to test the feasibility of various approaches to recruiting the cohort and collecting the biological specimens.
CODA has conducted a series of follow-up studies with cohort members from the Agricultural Health Study (AHS), a large study of 90,000 pesticide applicators (and their spouses) sponsored by the EPA, NCI, and NIEHS to investigate the effects of environmental, occupational, dietary, and genetic factors on the health of the agricultural population.
CODA is assisting NIEHS in designing and conducting a clinical trial in which infants will be randomly assigned to soy formula with and without soy estrogens to see if their exposure to soy estrogen prolongs anatomical and biochemical evidence of estrogen exposure and response.
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