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Use "apo" in a sentence
" The initial portion of some of these names is derived from the respectful term apo -- "sir," and the attributive copulate ni; thus the original form of Aponitolau probably was Apo ni Tolau, literally"
"He had a gene called apo E4, which is a high-risk gene for Alzheimer's disease (ii) and also made it hard for him to lower his cholesterol and detoxify mercury from his brain. (iii) He also had a version of a gene for detoxification of metals and other toxins (glutathione-S-transferase, or GST) (iv) that was very inefficient, making him accumulate more toxins over his lifetime."
"II., as well as the words of Clemens Alex. in the work Quis Dives Salvandus, n. 8, in which the Son is described as apo geneseos mechri tou semeiou ten anthropoteta diatrechon."