(n.) The act of annulling; abolition; invalidation.
(1) The unique structure we describe is a cytoplasmic organelle which, like annulate lamellae, is closely associated with the endoplasmic reticulum and is presumed to be related to the genesis of rough-surfaced endoplasmic reticulum in tumor cells.
(2) The description of the structure of epithelial cells includes: 1) the endoplasmic reticulum and ribosomes, 2) mitochondria, 3) the nucleus, 4) the golgi complex and secretory bodies, 5) lysosomes, 6) annulate lamellae, 7) luminal surface, 8) basal surface, 9) lateral surface, and 10) the nucleolar channel system.
(3) The following consequences can be drawn for the taxonomy and biochemistry of the tested organisms: e) The species status of M. gastri should be annuled.
(4) Both tumor cells frequently contained well-developed RER, zymogen-like granules, and annulate lamellae.
(5) A close association was observed annulate lamellae and granular endoplasmic reticulum.
(6) "It may be thought strange that I could abstain from a woman who to most people was so attractive," he told his lawyer during the annulment proceedings.
(7) The more the president rules by decree – and one faction in the Brotherhood argues that he should issue a constitutional decree of his own, annulling the content of the decree Scaf issued within hours of the closing of the presidential polls – the more he risks alienating his future political partners in the broad-tent political coalition he intends to set up both under him as president, and under the prime minister he intends to nominate.
(8) The sarcocysts of both species are trabeculated and their cyst walls have cytophaneres containing annulated fibrils and coarse, electron dense granules.
(9) Still, Rafsanjani – often accused of sitting on the fence – did not call outright for an annulment.
(10) Replacement of the common fresh weight or dry weight specific oxygen consumption by a more synthetic value calculated from ash-free dry weight specific oxygen consumption measurements, to annulate the body-size effect, is proposed for interspecific comparison over a wide range of body size, taking into account parameters such as temperature.
(11) The most unique ultrastructure feature was the presence of annulate lamellae in four of the six cases.
(12) If you are made bankrupt it is possible to get the bankruptcy order annulled if you can get your creditors to agree to what is called a fast track IVA.
(13) Among a "toolbox" of actions under consideration are: • full or partial annulment of the Oslo Accords, under which the Palestinian Authority (PA) was established • withholding tax revenues Israel collects on behalf of the PA • cancellation of permits for thousands of Palestinian labourers to work in Israel • withdrawal of travel privileges for senior PA officials • acceleration of building programmes in West Bank settlements • unilateral annexation of the main Jewish settlement blocks.
(14) This may suggest that annulate lamellae participate in protein synthesis.
(15) A specific organelle, the annulate lamellae or lamellar body, was seen in tight correlation with other structures near the nucleus.
(16) The methionine synergism for P. malhamensis growth is also negated when B12 activity is annulled by alkali treatment; MTA is not inactivated by such treatment.
(17) The similarities in structure to the nuclear envelope and the relation between annulate lamellae and other cellular organelles (especially endoplasmic reticulum and ribosomes) suggest that lamellae may be involved in the release, assembly or activation of stored development information.
(18) The annulated derivative N6-(1-naphthylmethyl)adenosine resulted in a very potent A2 agonist (A1 Ki = 24 nM, A2 Ki = 9.1 nM), whereas N6-(9-anthracenylmethyl)adenosine was virtually inactive (A1 Ki = 9,000 nM, A2 Ki = 29,000 nM).
(19) The omission of sodium or dextrose in the perfusion fluid annulled this effect.
(20) In March this year, an Indonesian court annulled a 17-year-old private contract with the water corporations Suez and Aetra on the basis of human rights violations resulting from a fourfold rise in tariffs since the utility was privatised, lower service coverage than promised, and water leakage levels of up to 44%.
(n.) The act, process, or result of canceling; as, the cansellation of certain words in a contract, or of the contract itself.
(n.) The operation of striking out common factors, in both the dividend and divisor.
(1) However, some contactless transactions are processed offline so may not appear on a customer’s account until after the block has been applied.” It says payments that had been made offline on the day of cancellation may be applied to accounts and would be refunded when the customer identified them; payments made on days after the cancellation will not be taken from an account.
(2) But earlier this year the Unesco world heritage committee called for the cancellation of all such Virunga oil permits and appealed to two concession holders, Total and Soco International, not to undertake exploration in world heritage sites.
(3) This observation seriously challenges the hypothesis that SCE cancellation results as a consequence of persistence of the lesions induced by these agents.
(4) Figures from 228 organisations, of which 154 are acute hospital trusts, show that 2,077 inpatient procedures have been cancelled due to the two-day strike alongside 3,187 day case operations and procedures.
(5) "We won't cancel any of our agreements," a senior Israeli diplomatic official told reporters.
(6) And they face the criminal penalty and administratively their visa is cancelled.
(7) The precision of measurement using the cancellation technique was found to be high.
(8) In desperation, I cancelled my contract with Sky and placed a new order with BT in February.
(9) The same figures say that 55% had to cancel between three and seven weeks of fixtures and 33% between seven and 11.
(10) It also cancelled the results from 21 polling stations in Libreville.
(11) The stainless steel 316 mesh tray with cancellous bone offers a method of mandibular reconstruction which theoretically is appealing from the viewpoint of basic osseous healing.
(12) We arrange the meetings on the North Korea-China border and give the USB sticks which then will move into North Korea.” North Korea to face the music after cancelling Moranbong shows Read more Stratton says she also hopes it will change the way some Americans think of North Koreans.
(13) Then, the c-wave was cancelled out in appearance on the recordings.
(14) Any process which weakens the cartilaginous endplate or the subchondral cancellous bone may predispose to the development of Schmorl's nodes.
(15) In north Wales, Llandudno town council has had to cancel its annual display at short notice after it was told it would have to pay at least £22,000 to insure the wonderful Victorian pier in case of a fire.
(16) Because of a reduction in cancelled cycles, patients might reduce their total costs in time and gonadotrophin used, however this treatment is not a panacea for the true low order responder.
(17) The disappointing weather at Easter left beaches deserted but some Britons, who were determined to enjoy the outdoors this time round, have already had their plans thwarted by the weather, taking to websites such as ukcampsite.co.uk to swap tales of woe, such as farmers calling to cancel bookings because sites were waterlogged.
(18) Russia has warned the Kiev government against using force against the protesters in the east and has threatened to cancel in international diplomatic conference on the Ukrainian conflict scheduled for later this week.
(19) Allen's team has used the new technique to work out whether global warming worsened the UK floods in autumn 2000, which inundated 10,000 properties, disrupted power supplies and led to train services being cancelled, motorways closed and 11,000 people evacuated from their homes - at a total cost of £1bn.
(20) A spokesman for the public relations firm Bell Pottinger, which represents Rajapaksa, denied that he had cancelled his trip to the UK last month becuse of fears that he might face an arrest warrant.