(v. t.) To avouch or verify; to offer to verify; to prove or justify. See Averment.
(v. t.) To affirm with confidence; to declare in a positive manner, as in confidence of asserting the truth.
(1) The maximum percentage difference between observations was 46% (AVER).
(2) Thereafter, ministers alone should make such warnings public, and then only when there is a real prospect that they might aver a tragedy.
(3) Correlation coefficients for measurements obtained by two independent observers in 44 studies ranged from r = 0.87 (AVER) to r = 0.96 (TPFR) but spontaneous changes of up to 52% occurred (AVFR).
(4) The German and the European common interests coincide, Merkel avers, echoing Helmut Kohl's mantra in the era of Maastricht and German reunification 20 years ago.
(5) The protest camp in Ramadi was, Maliki averred, an al-Qaida headquarters.
(6) There are others who might aver that the bathroom bashfulness would be unusual during a live burglary, never mind one taking place under the obvious time pressures that would be dictated by it happening in one of the most heavily protected gated communities in one of the most security-obsessed countries on Earth.
(7) Gated blood pool studies were performed one week apart in 42 patients and between study correlation coefficients for these measurements ranged from r = 0.58 (TPER) to r = 0.99 (PFR) but there were spontaneous changes in measurements of up to 82% (AVER).
(8) The averaged acoustic evoked responses (AAER) exhibit more sensitivity to halothane than the averaged visual evoked responses (AVER).
(9) Like vacuoles, "peroxisomal" fractions isolated from yeast spheroplasts as described by Avers contain only one catalase protein, catalase A.
(10) Residents aver that women's "naturally" weaker constitutions and a moral imperative to worry places them at greater risk for nerves.
(11) Prince declares war on touts as his ticket sales are postponed Read more Paisley Park, the lyrics aver, is filled with laughing children on see-saws and “colourful people” with expressions that “speak of profound inner peace”, whatever they look like.
(12) Authors of most textbooks of dermatology and dermatopathology consider guttate parapsoriasis and digitate dermatosis to be variants of small plaque parapsoriasis which, they aver, is not related to mycosis fungoides.
(13) Acute toxicity, androgenic, gonadotropic, estrogenic and aphrodisiac effect of the whole medical plant Lithospermum aver arvense and its seeds was investigated on white rats and white mice.
(14) An assessment was made of the reproducibility (between study differences) interobserver variability and intraobserver variability of 7 radionuclide measurements describing both resting left ventricular ejection (ejection fraction--EF, average ejection rate--AVER, peak ejection rate--PER, time to peak ejection rate--TPER) and filling (average filling rate--AVFR, peak filling rate--PFR, time to peak filling rate--TPFR).
(15) A Corbyn-led Labour can never win the 2020 UK general election, they aver.
(16) After operation, despite the clinical improvement, the alterations of AVERs or DPs were very marked and in some cases became even more important than before.
(17) Important changes in AVER (in amplitude and latency) were found in the patients with tumours on the midline or in one of the frontal lobes.
(18) But the Catholic church, avers Francis, is not an exclusive community of the just, but a big tent of sinners.
(19) He averred that the whippings had made him "one of the best artists in the world".
(20) Should the CIA or JSOC wish to convince the president to do so, they must aver that they have “near certainty that the target is present”, civilians won’t be harmed, “capture is not feasible” and “no other reasonable alternatives exist”.
(1) In 14 patients with asymmetrical baseline VERs, hypercapnia caused improvement of symmetry in five, worsening in three, and no change in six.
(2) Ver or Nim iv induced significant reduction of MAP and CVR.
(3) There was no correlation between the degree of ventricular dilatation at term and the latency of the VER.
(4) VER study can be undertaken, without general anaesthesia, as from 3 to 4 years of age.
(5) Pattern-reversal VERs were studied during the visual impairment provoked by exercise in 2 patients with demyelinating optic neuritis.
(6) In addition, a grand average VER (GVVER) WAS CALCULATED FOR EACH STIMULUS CLASS BY AVERAGING THE INDIVIDUAL AVERAGE VER's.
(7) A case is presented in which intraoperative visual evoked response (VER) monitoring was employed during correction of orbital hypertelorism.
(8) In this study of 10 female and 2 male patients we carried out a retrospective analysis of the latencies and waveforms of their full field and half field VERs to pattern reversal stimulus.
(9) The usefulness of changes in salivary and vaginal electrical resistance (SER and VER) measurements for timing ovulation was evaluated in 15 cycles.
(10) An automated system for performing VER, ERG and EOG measurements has been developed and is now in clinical use.
(11) The present study was performed to determine whether VER's can provide indications of differences in responses to word stimuli presented in different parts of the visual field.
(12) By 2 months the VER and visual acuity had returned to normal.
(13) Recorded VER asymmetries seem to correlate with oculomotor disturbances.
(14) VER's were absent and all infants later became cortically blind.
(15) Her book is dedicated to the “Spirit of ver Hits” – what was that?
(16) Nicardipine (NIC), diltiazem (DIL) and verapamil (VER) had no effect on the rise in [Ca2+]i evoked by carbachol.
(17) Motion-reversal visual evoked responses (VERs) have remarkable waveform variability.
(18) The VER in 2 of these 3 patients showed slight prolongation in latency and waveform distortions.
(19) The addition of VER to VCR significantly decreased pulmonary tumor formation (14 versus 47 colonies; p = 0.05).
(20) Since atropine sulfate provided at least partial recovery of the VER following DFP without affecting AChE inhibition, an accumulation of acetylcholine (ACh) probably is involved in the initial visual loss.