(1) 8.47pm: Cameron says he believes Britain's best days lie ahead and that he believes in public service.
(2) Mindful of their own health ahead of their mission, astronauts at the Russia-leased launchpad in Kazakhstan remain in strict isolation in the days ahead of any launch to avoid exposure to infection.
(3) One is that the issue of whether the World Cup should go ahead in Russia and Qatar still firmly remains on the table.
(4) Nor is this political fantasy: at the European elections in May, across 51 authorities in the north-west and north-east, Ukip finished ahead of Labour in 18 and as its main rival in 30.
(5) On 17 December Clegg will set out his own script for the year ahead, testing the idea that coalition governments can function even as the two parties clearly show their separate colours.
(6) Hemoglobin A reductively ethylated at the alpha-amino groups eluted on CM-52 ahead of unmodified hemoglobin A, and hemoglobin A reductively ethylated at the epsilon-amino groups.
(7) Activists in the country are pushing to get their voices heard ahead of Sunday's race.
(8) If Queensland goes ahead and develops and dredges Abbot Point, it may all be for nothing.
(9) Looking ahead to next year, voters fully expect the hard times to continue.
(10) Given the liberalist context in which we live, this paper argues that an act-oriented ethics is inadequate and that only a virtue-oriented ethics enables us to recognize and resolve the new problems ahead of us in genetic manipulation.
(11) This is welcome news but it needs to be borne in mind that the manufacturing sector is still far from racing ahead and serious doubts remain about the strength of demand for manufactured goods over the medium term, particularly once stimulative measures start being withdrawn.
(12) And in the days and months ahead we will be setting out our plans in all these areas."
(13) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats have suffered a dramatic slump in support as a result of their role in the coalition and are now barely ahead of the Greens with an average rating of about 8% in the polls.
(14) He sends a low ball into the middle, in the general direction of Fabregas, but the former Arsenal captain can't get ahead of Lahm, who is making a proper nuisance of himself.
(15) It called for an independent, international inquiry as the only way to achieve full accountability, ahead of the March deadline for the Sri Lankan government to report back to the UN Human Rights Council.
(16) The deteriorating situation would worsen if ministers pressed ahead with another controversial Lansley policy – that of abolishing the cap on the amount of income semi-independent foundation trust hospitals can make by treating private patients.
(17) The minister for health, Mamy Lalatiana Andriamanarivo, says he is determined to push ahead with ambitious plans for universal free healthcare.
(18) So Fifa left that group out and went ahead with the draw – according to legend, plucking names from the Jules Rimet trophy itself – and, after Belgium were chosen but decided not to participate, Wales came out next.
(19) Only eye position proved statistically significant; straight-ahead eye position induced more bias than did fixation of the visual stimulus.
(20) If we’re going to change the model, we can’t just do it on a whim of government or the people who design these courses.” What he does like about Think Ahead is that participants will be doing “proper social work”, even if, in his view, they will be unprepared for the task.
(adv.) Forward; onward in time, place, or order; in advance from a given point; on to end; as, from that day forth; one, two, three, and so forth.
(adv.) Out, as from a state of concealment, retirement, confinement, nondevelopment, or the like; out into notice or view; as, the plants in spring put forth leaves.
(adv.) Beyond a (certain) boundary; away; abroad; out.
(adv.) Throughly; from beginning to end.
(prep.) Forth from; out of.
(n.) A way; a passage or ford.
(1) This movement generates forward and backward shearing force in the stagnation region as the separated flow migrates back and forth.
(2) Guidelines for external beam treatment have been set forth in the ASTRO Newsletter.
(3) Hulk Hogan’s status as a public figure, even one who holds forth often and at length about his sex life, may have kept him from getting the kind of sympathy that the subject of the escort story immediately received, but there’s no evidence Bollea intended for anyone to see the tape.
(4) This observation confirms that idiotypic recognition is confined to a limited number of clonal products, despite the fact that a very heterogeneous antibody population was used forthe anti-idiotypic immunization.
(5) Two consequences of these conditions are (1) patient classification into syndrome types (e.g., phonological dysgraphia, agrammatism, and so forth) can play no useful role in research concerned with issues about the structure of normal cognitive functioning or its dissolution under conditions of brain damage; and (2) only single-patient studies allow valid inferences about the structure of cognitive mechanisms from the analysis of impaired performance.
(6) Expect growing localised tensions around specific watersheds between one ethnic group and another, between farmers and cities, and so forth, he warns: “Rather than India versus Pakistan, it’s Karnataka versus Tamil Nadu over the allocation of a river that is shared between those two states.” The Water Stress Index , produced by UK risk analysis firm Maplecroft, provides an indication where water-related conflicts might be most likely to occur.
(7) When it comes to patrols, operations and so forth, we are first."
(8) The ratio of pregnancy (the 4th and subsequent ones), pregnancy pathologies (gestosis, infectious diseases), prematurity, intrauterine hypotrophy, previous exposure to ionizing radiation of the future child's mother and father (radiotherapy, industrial hazards, and so forth) are significant risk factors of CDAs of the CNS in the fetus.
(9) There are 20 observations reported in the literature, and the hypotheses of pathogenesis set forth are reviewed.
(10) "We realise that it's an election time and these issues are tossed back and forth, but regardless of who leads Australia, we will look to them for action."
(11) In a forth patient with occulsion of the LAD, there was no response to intracoronary NTG and mechanical recanalization was not attempted.
(12) For example, tubular cells may be exposed to luminal fluid that may vary from hypotonic to hypertonic, from alkaline to acid, and so forth.
(13) Considerable information has come forth in recent years on the pathogenic organisms in human periodontitis and the sequence of events by which they produce periodontal disease.
(14) Indications for various types of operations are set forth.
(15) I think rightly, people have been concerned about whether Syria will follow through on the commitments that have been laid forth, and I think there are legitimate concerns as to how technically we are going to be getting those chemical weapons out while there is still fighting going on.
(16) Loading is achieved by the production of transient, survivable plasma membrane disruptions as cells are passed back and forth through a standard syringe needle or similar narrow orifice.
(17) Thus, based on our experience and on a review of the current literature, we have set forth factors that the forensic pathologist should consider when faced with a sudden psychiatric death.
(18) "I see that on CNN, the BBC and other big networks there is a lot about the miners in Turkey, and so forth.
(19) The physical manifestation of a wave is familiar – a material (water, metal, air etc) deforms back and forth around a fixed point.
(20) The congresswoman, who had been vying forthe Republican nomination, finished sixth in the caucus on Tuesday night.