(a.) Of or characterized by antiquity or archaism; antiquated; obsolescent.
(1) Its language is “archaic and obscure”, the commission says.
(2) Separate item pools were developed to measure each disposition: Trance, Nonconscious Involvement, Archaic Involvement, Drowsiness, Relaxation, Vividness of Imagery, Absorption, and Access to the Unconscious.
(3) The patriarchal laws and the predominantly male enforcers of said archaic acts of parliaments condemn us criminals if we terminate our pregnancies.
(4) The stomach of N. savona shows gastric glands of an archaic type, without any acid-secreting parietal cells.
(5) The study presents a demographic assessment of the Carlston Annis (Bt-5) Late Archaic hunting and gathering population recovered from the banks of the Green River in west-central Kentucky.
(6) In extreme anticipatory condensation--what I do propose, from my own reflections, is the preeminent importance of an archaic characterological core in depressive illness.
(7) The two most distinct models of recent human evolution, the multiregional and the recent African origin models, have different retrodictions concerning specific archaic-recent population relationships.
(8) The Parkinsonian-like walking pattern of the healthy old-aged human is thought to be a disinhibition of an archaic pattern of posture and movement.
(9) Stress is laid on the role played by archaic fears of being the bearer of evil tidings.
(10) Nor was it an institution, or a curious, outdated source of national pride, or an embarrassingly archaic badge of national pride , of a Britain continuing to punch above its weight on the international scene.
(11) It added that mistakes in how officers handled intelligence could be down to its "archaic paper-based system, a lack of personal responsibility by officers, convoluted policing structures and subjective assessments of what was relevant".
(12) Microbiology laboratories that offer only the archaic retrospective Weil-Felix serologic tests should review the needs of their patients.
(13) the projective identification (archaic form), the identification, the transference (in psychotherapy), the regression etc.
(14) These observations demonstrate that thyroglobulin has evolved from the condensation of a duplicated copy of the acetylcholinesterase gene with an archaic thyroglobulin gene encoding the major hormonogenic domain.
(15) It is considered as a transsynaptic degeneration which probably reveals an archaic phenomenon, submerged but not lost through evolution.
(16) We need a smarter system of information use, not a bigger one; a digital NHS, not a paper-based archaic NHS.
(17) When the dust settles from this particular takeover furore, we should start thinking more practically about the fundamental purpose of companies: the current structure of narrow shareholder ownership is based on an archaic interpretation of shareholding and a very narrow objective: to maximise their return.
(18) The state of Wisconsin is still clinging to an archaic contraceptive law that prohibits birth control for unmarrieds.¿The mos t tragic victims of this law are unmarried teen-agers because studies indicate that sexual intercourse is very frequent among teen-agers, yet access to contraception is hard to come by.¿It is hoped that the Legislature will see fit to repeal this outdated contraceptive law.
(19) These results strongly suggest the presence of a V-ATPase in pinocytic vesicles of E. histolytica, and thereby support the notion that the V-ATPases in the organelles of higher eukaryotes are derived from an archaic plasma membrane-bound form.
(20) Submitted to their narcissistically uncathected archaic superego, depressives are strictly directed towards law and order.
(1) Only one part of the theory of Alajouanine and colleagues has been confirmed by our experiments for our results have shown that there is a very close correlation between semantic paraphasias and disorders of semantic differentiation whilst no correlation can be found between phonemic paraphasias and disturbances in auditory phonemic discrimination.
(2) In a new venture, BDJ Study Tours will offer a separate itinerary for partners on the Study Safari so whilst the business of dentistry gets under way they can explore additional sights in this fascinating country.
(3) Since all human cadaveric tissue is fixed whilst on the skeleton, we may assume that shrinkage of the muscles in such specimens is negligible.
(4) The total population, however, will increase with decrease of either of these two factors, whilst the number of diseased will also increase proportionately.
(5) "It will strike consumers as unfair that whilst the company is still trading, they are unable to use gift cards and vouchers," he said.
(6) A teaching package is described for teaching interview skills to large blocks of medical students whilst on their psychiatric attachment.
(7) Animals were chronically implanted with epidural or deep recording electrodes and a cannula in one lateral ventricle, and tested whilst seated in a primate chair.
(8) Whilst we deeply regret all these incidents and acknowledge that the care of these patients could have been better, this is a relatively low number of incidents for a hospital of this size,” it said in a statement.
(9) Moreover, whilst paracetamol concentrations declined monoexponentially in the patients, the decline was biexponential in the controls.
(10) Asymmetries occur less often whilst using the low-cervical-pull according to Sander, due to the reduced friction between the two plastic parts of this headgear system.
(11) Whilst this is a potentially serious source of false positive diagnoses, the possibility also exists that this phenomenon could be used to evaluate the degree to which active disease is present in the joints of patients suffering from inflammatory disease.
(12) During ENPV, arterial oxygen tension (PaO2) increased from 6.8 to 8.2 kPa (p less than 0.01) whilst PaCO2 decreased from 6.8 to 5.8 kPa (p less than 0.01) suggesting that despite the large physiological deadspace, a significant increase in alveolar ventilation had occurred.
(13) The main conclusion was that whilst osteoarthritic cartilage is undoubtedly less able to resist water loss under a given applied pressure than normal cartilage, this is not due to a change in the "quality" of the proteoglycans, resulting in a change in the osmotic pressure of the latter, but simply to a decreased fixed charge density.
(14) Whilst developing an elbow endoprosthesis, the joint forces were estimated for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
(15) A detergent-soluble fraction of ASP given with the adjuvant provided 87.2% protection (group III), whilst non-specific vaccination with serum proteins plus Be(OH)2 elicited 99% protection (group IV).
(16) Of these only five had "pure" or isolated ectasia, whilst 18 had ectatic disease combined with coronary artery stenoses.
(17) The spontaneous prognosis of ischaemic forms is favourable, whilst in other cases it depends on the primary condition.
(18) Whilst there were some encouraging signs of behaviour change, opportunities for the spread of HIV continued to abound in this important group.
(19) PCA extracts showed the PME peak to be greater than 70% phosphorylethanolamine whilst the PDE peak included almost equal proportions of glycerophosphorylethanolamine and glycerophosphorylcholine.
(20) Whilst the neurophysiological mechanism involved has not been explained fully, the phenomenon is influenced by starting position and by fatigue.