(n.) Among weavers, yarn for the warp. Hence, abb wool is wool for the abb.
(1) We were able to ascertain a series of boys [from this study and a previous one (Hodgson S V, Hart K, Abbs S, et al.
(2) Infants are born with very good clinical state, ABB and gases in blood.
(3) Even patients with lip deformities considered too mild for a standard Abbe flap no longer need be denied lip revision when the cupid's bow is deficient.
(4) It was shown that in hyperthermia both mean arithmetic and mean harmonic thickness of ABB were increased.
(5) The effect of protein on acid-base balance (ABB) was studied in young and old male white rats.
(6) The study compares stromal swelling and ABB swelling for a single 10-min pulse with that for a 150-min sustained dose.
(7) The tumor was excised with wide tumor-free margins and an Abbe-Estlander reconstruction was carried out.
(8) In a sense, the ABB's petition is encouraging, since it suggests that eight years mainlining easy cash has addled their brains.
(9) Marked destructive changes were noted in lung alveolar epithelial ABB layer up to the appearance of cell content in alveolar space and denudation of the epithelial basal membrane.
(10) Examples of this approach include Alstom who have invested in Brightsource (utility scale solar thermal) and Tidal Generation (tidal power); ABB is working with Aquamarine (wave power) and Trilliant (smart grid); Siemens with Tendril and a number of other smart grid companies; Monsanto with biofuels company Sapphire Energy .
(11) The lung capillary endothelial layer was the most thick ABB layer, in which severe micropinocytosis could be observed.
(12) Exposure to benzalkonium chloride for 150 minutes produces a greater increase in both ABB and stromal thickness than does exposure to 235 ppm hydrogen peroxide.
(13) To detect pathognomic antigen expression, antibodies against Neuron-specific-enolase (NSE) as a marker for endocrine activity and cytokeratin to prove the epithelial character of cells were used (Abb.
(14) Two new mouse monoclonal antibodies reactive with two synthetic peptides corresponding to Abb amino acids (146-157) and Abs amino acids (146-157) were produced.
(15) Inhibition of LPS-induced differentiation could be mediated by mAb binding to either Ek, Abk, or Abb on CH12.LX or an Ab-bearing transfectant, CH12.ABB1.
(16) The Abbe-McIndoe procedure of lining the neovaginal canal with split thickness skin grafts has become standard.
(17) Three RNA species were found in St. Abb's Head virus nucleocapsids, and were estimated to be 8500 bases (L), 3600 bases (M) and 1900 bases (S) in length.
(18) Newcastle University said it was hard to define the number of places it was offering this year, and that most of its departments were looking to recruit more students under the ABB rule.
(19) The Abbe island flap was converted into fleur-de-lis flap with extensive mucosal wings to improve the fullness of the upper lip.
(20) The reinnervation of Abbe-Stlander-Sabattini flap for inferior lip reconstruction after operation for cancer was considered.
() imp. & p. p. of Wave.
(n.) A thing waved, waived, or cast away; a waif.
(n.) The woof of cloth; the threads that cross the warp from selvage to selvage; the thread carried by the shuttle in weaving.
(n.) A web; a thing woven.
(1) Filtration through 8-mum membrane filters (Millipore Corp.) more effectively separated hyphae and spore clumps from single spores than did filtration through cotton wefts or paper.
(2) Following a series of laboratory tests and implantations as a thoracoabdominal bypass in dogs, the Barone Microvelour has been identified as a strong graft constructed after the style of early weft-knitted designs.
(3) But Holland-Kaye insists: “We’re working with them – it’s part of the warp and weft of an airport community.” Heathrow has contributed to double glazing and adobe huts, originally designed as earthquake shelters, to protect pupils from noise.
(4) Our experiments indicate that the warp knitted grafts are more distensible than the weft knitted ones, but they are all more rigid than the replaced arteries.
(5) Complications such as thromboses, infections and false aneurysms appear to occur randomly after different lengths of implantation, thicker fibrous tissue capsules are associated with velour grafts with highly textured yarns, the incidence of mineralized tissue and of endothelialized luminal surfaces is rare, weft knitted textile prostheses appear less mechanically stable and more sensitive to iatrogenic trauma than warp knitted, and the incidences of lipid and cholesterol adsorption, bacterial colonization and sterile fluid loss need further investigation.
(6) But to me, alliteration is the warp and weft of the poem, without which it is just so many fine threads.
(7) The buds are first discernible as low surface evaginations which contain a complement of granular somal material, some wefts of tubular membrane and osmiophilic globuli, in addition to a number of vesicles derived by invagination from the inner membrane of the proplastid envelope.
(8) The deformation response of inflated grafts for a set of Czechoslovak-made warp and weft knitted grafts was also measured on a special experimental device.
(9) Such tactics are the warp and weft of political campaigning.
(10) Their place could be located in between formal traditional wefts, relating to institutional structures as well as to specific medical practice.
(11) Its magical moving pictures, its sounds and words are not just “content”, but the tissue of our dreams, the warp and weft of our memories, the staging posts of our lives.
(12) This is a government with little feel for the warp and weft of British life: it is rationalist, technocratic, and arrogant.
(13) Artificial aortic aneurysms with fusiform Dacron conduits were created at surgery , a weft-knit Dacron tube with balloon-expandable stents attached at both ends was inserted transfemorally through a 14-F introducer sheath and expanded at the aneurysmal level by means of inflation of a coaxial balloon.
(14) The extent to which the Disney corporation went to control the warp and weft of Celebration speaks to one of the central paradoxes of modern American life.
(15) The stroma in these is dense and granular and contains membrane-bound vesicles, osmiophilic globuli, starch granules and wefts of tubular membrane.
(16) The typical fibrous weft of the membrane which closely sticks to the handle of the malleus, on one side, and in the sulcus, on the other side, gives an optimal layout and ensures the stability of the graft.