(a.) Borne lower than usual, as a fess; also, having the ends of the wings turned downward towards the point of the shield.
(1) And then, proving that in the celebrity world of self-abasement there really is no such thing as "bottoming out", Shane started tweeting Ping Pong, otherwise known as Elizabeth Hurley's parrot Why has Australia not staged an intervention?
(2) These studies establish that the exocyclic ring of the 1,N2-propanodeoxyguanosine adduct fits into the cavity generated by the abasic site.
(3) Covalently closed circular DNA containing a synthetic analog of an abasic site at a unique position was used as a substrate to study DNA repair.
(4) In this study, we present structural and dynamic properties of duplex oligodeoxynucleotides containing G, C and T opposite a model abasic site studied by one and two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
(5) By this assay, we first identified the formation of C-4'-hydroxy abasic sites in calf thymus DNA by neocarzinostatin.
(6) Abasic lesions in the template had relatively little effect on the polymerase incorporation reaction at sites proximal to the lesion.
(7) Facebook Twitter Pinterest A composite handout of CCTV pictures from the Metropolitan police showing British teenagers (L-R) Kadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum passing through security barriers at Gatwick Airport en route to Syria.
(8) Proton and phosphorus NMR studies are reported for two complementary nonanucleotide duplexes containing acyclic abasic sites.
(9) Shamima Begum, 15, Amira Abase, 15, and Kadiza Sultana, 16, left their homes in east London last month to join the extremist group.
(10) However, incorporation opposite an abasic site was undetectable relative to that which occurred opposite a normal template nucleotide.
(11) But with the People's Daily writing that progress had only been possible because of David Cameron's admission that he had mishandled Tibet (where, since 2009, 100 monks and nuns have set fire to themselves in protest against Chinese rule), Britain's abasement was complete.
(12) Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Amira Abase, 15, fled in February from Britain after deceiving their parents and siblings.
(13) The long pilgrimage of pregnancy with its wonders and abasements, the apotheosis of childbirth, the sacking and slow rebuilding of every last corner of my private world that motherhood has entailed – all unmentioned, wilfully or casually forgotten as time has passed.
(14) Before and after training they were low in need for order, endurance, abasement, and deference and high in need for autonomy and aggression.
(15) All the sequenced mutants correspond to single base-pair substitutions targeted at the abasic site.
(16) These results indicate that dTMP, and not dAMP, was mainly incorporated into the sites opposite to the abasic site analogue, and that incorrect deoxynucleotides were incorporated in the position adjacent to the abasic site analogue.
(17) Our results in human cells contrast markedly with those published previously for the mutational specificity of AP sites in Escherichia coli, in which a large majority of the mutants resulted from insertion of an A opposite the abasic site.
(18) The repair-related DNA synthesis was localized within 3 or 4 nucleotides surrounding the abasic site.
(19) The enzyme is able to incorporate nucleotides efficiently opposite the abasic template lesion and to continue DNA synthesis.
(20) The Met statement did appear to show some contrition stating: “With the benefit of hindsight, we acknowledge that the letters could have been delivered direct to the parents.” The disappearance of the 15-year-old girl in December led to a counter-terrorism investigation that saw Begum, Sultana and Abase identified as friends of the missing girl and being spoken to by detectives.
(imp. & p. p.) of Abash
(1) Later on, it was my mum who would bang on about people being lesbians and I would be pleased but still rather abashed to hear the words.
(2) Do not feel abashed, faithful correspondent, for it is not your fault.
(3) Hytner seems genuinely abashed at the suggestion he's made it look easy.
(4) "I saw Katie Price here on TV," she says, a touch abashed.