theme.

splice
– verb (used with object)
1. to join together or unite (two ropes or parts of a rope) by the interweaving of strands
2. to unite (timbers, spars, or the like) by overlapping and binding their ends
3. to unite (film, magnetic tape, or the like) by butting and cementing
4. to join or unite
5. Genetics. to join (segments of DNA or RNA) together
6. Informal. to unite in marriage: They’ll be spliced in June

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ice
– a combination chemotherapy regimen employing three drugs: ifosfamide (trade name: Ifex), carboplatin (trade name: Paraplatin), and etoposide (trade names: VP-16, VePesid). This treatment is usually given to treat relapsed lymphoma and is also used to harvest stem cells as part of the High Dosed Therapy Program.

Responses

  1. […] theme, “splice“ has multiple definitions but, crucially, contains the word ICE, which directly references the […]

  2. Dear Ruben. I am spreading the word for your project, it’s a fab idea. Thinking of you! xx Natalie (the cypriot)

  3. Hi Ruben,
    I am a friend of your dad’s. Definitively spreading your initiative and looking forward to know more about it.

    Ciao!

    Sara

  4. Hi, Ruben!
    I apologize for failing to read the guidelines thoroughly and neglecting to provide a passport-sized photo/representation of myself; however, I do think the penguin from the card stands in nicely for me.
    With best Wishes,
    Naomi

  5. this seems a great idea. forwarded to me from a friend and i have forwarded on so hope you get a good response.

  6. Fantastic idea Ruben. I can’t wait to send you a lil’ summink 🙂


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