(adv.) In a sufficient degree; fully; amply; plentifully; in large measure.
(1) But it will be a subtle difference, because it's already abundantly clear there's no danger of the war being suddenly forgotten, or made to seem irrelevant to our sense of what Europe and the world has to avoid repeating.
(2) In normal seminal vesicle, the reaction product was apparently more abundant in columnar and basal cells than in other cell types.
(3) It is concluded that selection against insertional mutations is unlikely to be the major factor involved in the containment of element abundance.
(4) Proliferating cells were abundant and scattered throughout the stratified epithelium before the appearance of villi.
(5) The papillae on the oral sucker were more abundant than those elsewhere.
(6) Plakoglobin is present in the fertilized egg, increases in abundance by neurula stage, then declines at the tailbud and tadpole stages.
(7) Mitoses were always more abundant after 3-4 days in culture, and were consistently higher in cultures to which phytohemagglutinin had not been added.
(8) Ten of 11 diffuse poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphomas were composed of cells with large amounts of surface immunoglobulin, whereas only 1 of 5 diffuse well differentiated lymphocytic tumors contained such abundant surface immunoglobulin.
(9) It is of particular interest that in this paraprotein the major component is a biantennary complex-type oligosaccharide that lacks a fucose residue and an oligosaccharide with the structure (Formula: see text) exists as one of the most abundant components.
(10) The outstanding morphologic feature of cortical cells exposed to microunit ACTH concentrations for 40 min was the abundance of electron-dense granules (0.2-0.4 mum).
(11) Abundant ciliated cells were present in all lung specimens.
(12) Electron microscopic examination of all leptomeningeal and meningioma cultures revealed desmosomes and dense tonofilament formation; in addition, granular, filamentous basement membrane-like material was abundant in the extracellular spaces of all cultures.
(13) The appearance of an abundant class of polyribosomes was correlated with globin synthesis by demonstrating that a discrete class of polyribosomes arises in cells treated with the inducers hexamethylene bisacetamide and hemin.
(14) The protein was abundant in all t(14;18)-carrying cell lines and lymphomas and was also found at lower levels in pre-B-cell lines and nonmalignant lymphoid tissues that do not carry t(14;18) translocations.
(15) Phosphotyrosine-modified proteins were also abundant in and highly restricted to the process-rich layers of the embryonic optic tectum.
(16) Prosaposin, the precursor of saposins A, B, C, and D, which activate lysosomal hydrolysis of sphingolipids, exists in various tissues and body fluids and is especially abundant in the nervous system.
(17) In the outer membrane it was one of three or four most abundant proteins.
(18) The abundance of adhesion molecules on leukocytes and keratinocytes in oral lichen planus is indicative of a special state of activation.
(19) Methanospirillum hungatei and Methanosarcina barkeri predominated in ethanol-grown granules, whereas many morphotypes of methanogens were abundant in granules from the full-scale reactor.
(20) Ultrastructural examination of noncartilaginous regions of the tumor demonstrated mesenchymal cells with features suggestive of cartilaginous differentiation, viz, scalloped cell membranes, sac-like distension of abundant rough endoplasmic reticulum, and a matrix containing fibrillary and finely granular material.
(a.) Exceeding the usual rule, norm, or measure; out of due proportion; inordinate; abnormal.
(a.) Exceedingly wicked; outrageous; atrocious; monstrous; as, an enormous crime.
(1) During the development of Shvets' leukosis, the weight of spleen and lymph glands and their lymphocyte content change enormously while the number of plasmocytes rises exponentially.
(2) It has been an enormous improvement in our quality of life.
(3) However, it should be stressed that none of these mechanisms is mutually exclusive; indeed, the enormous complexity of tumor promotion suggests that several of the mechanisms discussed above may very well be interrelated.
(4) To not use those skills would be like Gigi Buffon not using his enormous hands.
(5) But he added: “My concern is that if we are to see a rapid move to a world in which all schools must become academies then there will be an enormous challenge to ensure that schools remain properly rooted in their local communities and accountable to parents.” A spokeswoman for the Department for Education rejected all the criticisms.
(6) The enormous magnitude of glutamine flowing from muscle to the kidneys is supported by adaptive increases in glutamine synthetase and mitochondrial glutaminase, respectively.
(7) There is an enormous sense of one rule for Them and another for Us.
(8) Diego Garcia guards its secrets even as the truth on CIA torture emerges Read more The long-awaited decision – expected to cause enormous disappointment – follows more than 40 years of campaigning, court cases and calls for the UK to right a wrong committed by Harold Wilson’s Labour government.
(9) An enormous occurrence of granular endoplasmic reticulum in the intestinal cells of P. commutatus shows an excessive protein synthesis.
(10) We have an operation an hour away on the border and the barrel bombs cause horrific injuries.” Islamic Relief and MSF said the health system in Syria is decimated and the need for reconstructive surgery and burns treatment is enormous.
(11) The value of universities to the UK is enormous, generating £72bn in value to the UK economy in 2014 on a turnover of £27.3bn.
(12) The main histological features of the tumour were enormous, but relatively regular, acanthosis of rete pegs revealing no similarity to the squamous-cell carcinoma, and an exclusively parakeratottic eleidine-containing central plug.
(13) "We are enormously grateful that the Komen Foundation has clarified its grantmaking criteria, and we look forward to continuing our partnership with Komen partners, leaders and volunteers.
(14) Shell, along with other oil companies, has been cleared by the Office of Fair Trading of profiteering on the UK petrol forecourt, but the $27bn annual earnings figure underlines the enormous global profits being made "upstream" – bringing oil and gas out of the ground.
(15) Unmanned drones help enormously with this problem as they can be operated via satellite from thousands of miles away and dramatically lower the risk to British forces.
(16) It was occupied by Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years – 40,000 years.” The prime minister said he knew from his experience leading the unsuccessful campaign for an Australian republic that constitutional change was difficult and required “enormous public support”.
(17) While it has not dominated the enormous mobile phone market in terms of sales – Apple has sold 41m handsets in three years, the same number Nokia sells in a month – it has won much of the more lucrative smartphone market, and drove its competitors to develop their own touchscreen handsets.
(18) For example, if the risk estimates from underground miners' studies are, in truth, not applicable to home exposures and overestimate the gradient of risk from home exposure to radon by, for example, a factor of 2, then enormously large numbers of subjects would be required to detect the difference.
(19) Breeding experiments in mice have illustrated the enormous genetic heterogeneity of this syndrome, of which the final common pathway is a widespread immune complex disease.
(20) The primary source of the enhancement of adhesion is due to the enormous increase of the retentive active surface created by the metal plasma.