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The word "mer" has many different meanings. If you are talking about DNA oligonucleotides, a mer is a unit of length for an oligonucleotide. The length is usually denoted by… the suffix "-mer" (from Greek meros, "part"). For example, a fragment of 25 bases would be called a 25-mer. The question may be refering to meropenem, an injectable antibiotic commonly refered to as Mer. It is a broad spectrum beta-lactam and works by inhibiting cell wall synthesis. It is mostly bacteriocidal. It is sold as Neopenom, Merotrol, Meropen, Merrem, Meronem and Mepen. Mer is the French word for sea as in "mal de mer" meaning seasickness. Mer is the brand name for an automotive paintwork polish based on caribu wax. Mer also means something like Mermaids or Mermans Ok mer actually means something else. Mer is like a pirate word. U know the word arg? That's sort of like mer. It can mean thousands of different things. Hi, bye, peace, what, stop, or anything else like that,
Mer can be both a suffix and a prefix. As a prefix, it refers to the ocean or the sea, such as in mermaid. As a suffix, it eNotes a type of polymer molecule.
La mer is sea, as borde la mer means seaside (in french!!) (it should be - au bord de la mer)
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A male fox is sometimes called a reynard, from the French word for fox.
'la mer' (fem.) is the sea in French.
Rome, the Italian capital, is considered feminine in French: Rome est belle.
MER is nothing but medical examination report. Here they do basic testing like height, weight measurement etc. This is done by icici as part of prulife insurance.
something a child says when learning to say mamma
The male term for a witch is a warlock.
The word Witch may be used for both sexes. It is gender neutral. It stems from the old English words Wicca and Wicce which were gender relative. A Wicca was in essence a male …witch while a female was known as Wicce.
MERS was created in 1995.