(n.) As much of an action as is performed at one time; a going and returning, as of workmen in reaping, mowing, etc.; a turn; a round.
(n.) A conflict; contest; attempt; trial; a set-to at anything; as, a fencing bout; a drinking bout.
(1) A 61-year-old man experienced four bouts of pancreatitis in 1 year.
(2) Repeated bouts of heavy treadmill exercise (6 min at 95% VO2 max) were performed once per hour for 24 h in order to promote a shift in energy substrate from carbohydrate to fat.
(3) An epidemiologic background appropriate to "serum" hepatitis, either transfusion (one bout) or illicit self-injection (46 bouts), was associated just as frequently with serologically non-B episodes as with identified type B disease.
(4) World stock markets suffered another bout of heavy losses when trading began on Thursday, with the FTSE 100 falling 57 points within the opening minutes to 5879.
(5) Jeremain Lens, signed from Dynamo Kyiv, was fortunate to escape dismissal for a second yellow card, while Yann M’Vila, on loan from Rubin Kazan, followed his headbutt in the reserves by raising arms to Graham Dorrans during an unpunished, but unwise, bout of push ’n’ shove.
(6) Compared weight losses during first and second bouts of a very low calorie diet (VLCD) and examined whether decreased compliance might in part explain the decrease in weight loss during the second bout.
(7) Length, size, and interval between eating bouts were determined for four forages with two lactating dairy cows.
(8) Euthanasia was done before the end of the 10-day experimental period if the cats had two bouts of urethral obstruction or if the cats became uremic for causes unrelated to urethral obstruction.
(9) Log-survivor analysis of inter-pellet intervals was used to define feeding bouts, and this was then used to compute measures of bout frequency, bout size, bout duration and eating rate.
(10) A bout a year ago, a few months before she left sixth-form college, my youngest daughter asked cheerily: "What will you feel when you have no one left to wave goodbye to in the morning?"
(11) Single or repetitive supraventricular premature beats were found in 65 (41%), paroxysmal atrial or junctional tachycardias in 20 (12%), bouts of atrial flutter or fibrillation in 3 (2%).
(12) ), and another bout of jitters over when the US Federal Reserve will start to slow its own stimulus programme.
(13) Only the rats with a 30-min hiatus between the 15- and 25-min bouts of RAO had significantly worse renal failure than controls subjected to a single 25-min ischemic event.
(14) Detailed clinical and psychological experimental study of 103 schizophrenia patients with anorexia nervosa revealed its most characteristic correlations with a specific variant of the pathology of drive--bulimia bouts and induced vomiting.
(15) A bout three in every 10 people in Britain think social workers help with household chores like cooking and cleaning, with personal care like washing and dressing, and with childcare.
(16) Finally, a single bout of exercise does not influence either the beta-cell response to intravenous glucose or glucose-induced thermogenesis.
(17) Nine well-trained subjects performed 15-, 30- and 45-s bouts of sprint exercise using a cycle ergometer.
(18) The permeability of rat epitrochlearis muscle to 3-O-methylglucose (3-MG) was measured after exposure to a range of insulin concentrations 30, 60, and 180 min after a bout of exercise.
(19) Antemortem steroid therapy and bouts of violent coughing may explain these unusual findings.
(20) On why this bout is so big: It's very important to get the public perception and the media perception, especially after the first fight.
(v. t.) To put out.
(1) The standard of death certification needs to be improved upon, especially with respect to the clarification of the primary and the contributory causes of death and whether post-mortem examination was carrie dout or not.