(conj.) By or for the cause that; on this account that; for the reason that.
(conj.) In order that; that.
(n.) A female deer or antelope; specifically, the female of the fallow deer, of which the male is called a buck. Also applied to the female of other animals, as the rabbit. See the Note under Buck.
(n.) A feat. [Obs.] See Do, n.
(1) This report deals with the shortened estrous cycles, masculinization, depressed fertility, and the systemic hormone profiles resulting from a granulosa cell tumor in a doe.
(2) An anonymous source, “John Doe”, gave the archive to the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung .
(3) The defence has also been handed in discovery documents by the prosecution indicating the likely questions that John Doe will be asked by the government and his probable answers.
(4) It is unclear if John Doe is the same source who sold information to the Danes.
(5) Results calculated using this methodology were compared with U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) guidelines for a southeastern U.S. site.
(6) A single placenta in each doe was perfused via the umbilical arteries with Krebs' bicarbonate buffer at pH 7.5 (phase 1), 7.0 (phase 2), and 7.5 (phases 3-5).
(7) Connolly told a local paper , “Our position, if the termination for parental rights is granted, is that [she] would not have standing to obtain the abortion.” He’s arguing that Doe’s parental rights should be rescinded because she is facing charges of chemical endangerment of a child.
(8) In the doe, the highest levels were found in fat followed by liver, kidney, spleen, heart, brain and blood.
(9) The woman, known as Jane Doe, had filed a lawsuit in order to be granted a furlough to obtain the procedure.
(10) He outlines the history of the Department of Health and Human Services' "Baby Doe" regulations, and the legal battles over the regulations and over the care of New York's "Baby Jane Doe."
(11) Hypoxia was induced by letting the doe breathe a low-oxygen gas mixture.
(12) In responding to the three hypothetical cases of severely handicapped newborns, up to 32 percent of the respondents said that maximal life-prolonging treatment was not in the best interests of the infants described but that the Baby Doe regulations required such treatment.
(13) The "doe's eye" anomaly appears to be the only morphological symptom of the disease.
(14) Thus, glucocorticoid treatment of the pregnant doe results in structural changes in the fetal lung tissue, an acceleration of some aspects of type II cell differentiation, and a concomitant increase in epithelial-mesenchymal interactions.
(15) In these years the day of the devoted amateur passed; the trained medical librarian came into being and matured.This, the first Janet Doe Lecture, is named for one who illustrates the best in medical librarianship, serving with scholarly distinction.
(16) With the aim of determining the efficiency of a simple and non destructive method for measuring the ovulation rate, 20 doe rabbits were subjected to coelioscopy and slaughtered on day 14 of gestation.
(17) So even though abortion technically was legal” for those women, “it wasn’t available,” Doe said.
(18) Doe 2 aborted a fetus 5 days before term; MAT antibody was found in the pleural fluid of the fetus (1:16,384) and in the doe's serum (1:4,096 on the day of abortion).
(19) A 5-year-old Toggenburg doe was examined because of wasting, decreased milk production, and progressive abdominal distention.
(20) Yield was found to be related to litter size, the time the doe and her kittens were removed from the nest, the number of fleas put onto a doe before littering and the mean ambient temperature to which the doe was exposed in the week pre-partum.