(n.) A common name for various kinds of vehicles, as a Scythian dwelling on wheels, or a chariot.
(n.) A two-wheeled vehicle for the ordinary purposes of husbandry, or for transporting bulky and heavy articles.
(n.) A light business wagon used by bakers, grocerymen, butchers, etc.
(n.) An open two-wheeled pleasure carriage.
(v. t.) To carry or convey in a cart.
(v. t.) To expose in a cart by way of punishment.
(v. i.) To carry burdens in a cart; to follow the business of a carter.
(1) The R&D team at Unilever, the British-Dutch behemoth that makes 40% of the ice creams we eat in the UK – Magnum, Ben & Jerry's, Cornetto and Carte D'Or among them – has invested heavily to create products that are both healthier and creamier.
(2) "They don't go to secondary school – they go out scrapping with horses and carts, and make a living from collecting metal.
(3) Existing bedside emergency resuscitation carts all have certain shortcomings, which interfere with the rapid, efficient care of the hospitalized patient in a catastrophic episode.
(4) Since the bloody coup of 1979, South Korea seems to have had journalistic carte blanche as the "lesser of two evils".
(5) Metabolic carts (MC) for indirect calorimetry are expensive, require the use of meticulous technique by trained personnel, and impose conditions that are difficult to maintain in critically ill patients.
(6) This success allows us to incorporate QEEG and CART into our technological armamentarium and to return to the evaluation of less well-understood disorders with confidence in both our findings and anatomoclinical principles we derive from them.
(7) Kondoli was pushing a makeshift wooden cart with the family's bedding and pots and pans, but it looked as if it was about to fall apart.
(8) Speaking through his biographer Joseph Farrell, Fo recalled his grandfather, an acclaimed storyteller, who would travel from village to village selling vegetables from a horse-drawn cart that the young Fo was allowed to drive.
(9) Sligo, Ireland This has to be one of the most perfect equine mini-breaks … with the freedom of the open road, bogland path, cart track and miles of sandy beach.
(10) The gourmet Monsieur Bleu only opened last year and is already a favourite power-lunch venue for art world movers and shakers, but the prices are not cheap (à la carte from €30pp).
(11) TV streaming and buying would be entirely à la carte.
(12) Start-up costs were determined to be less than $2,200 for the system which includes a mobile medication cart stocked with a limited inventory of prepackaged medications.
(13) Groceries were delivered and a horse-drawn fruit and veg cart called along the road weekly.
(14) The same multiple-choice questionnaire was distributed to nurses at the University of Michigan Hospitals 18 months before decentralized services were implemented (November 1982) and again after two satellite pharmacies had been established and a clinical pharmacist had begun providing first-dose dispensing services using a movable medication cart (March 1985).
(15) Like the rest of Tarkovsky’s filmography, these two works have received extensive analysis .Coming on the heels of the shelved Andrei Rublev , long withheld from release by the Soviet government, Solaris enjoyed such a degree of success that Tarkovsky was effectively given carte blanche for any future projects.
(16) Rats joined in surgical parabiosis for 25 to 30 days were tested by restraining one member of the pair on a movable cart while allowing the second member to remain free to move about.
(17) "Sometimes we'll talk about a feature, then we'll be like 'right, this is a shopping cart'.
(18) Specific modifications in anesthesia machines, anesthesia cart, laryngoscope, mercury sphygmomanometer, oximeter, and remote blood pressure devices are described.
(19) He seems equally prepared to be carted off in a body bag, if that helps.
(20) • carteblanchefoodcart.com Miss Kate's Southern Kitchen Miss Kate's Southern Kitchen Photograph: Marina O'Loughlin for the Guardian This folksy cart dishes out Southern comfort food: freshly made mac 'n' cheese, pumpkin-spiced waffles with maple butter, meatloaf and succotash .
(n.) An assart, or clearing.
(1) The sensitivity of SART-stressed (repeated cold-stressed) mice to substance P (SP) was studied.
(2) Reflux was most effectively prevented by the Nissen repair, as shown by the SART and the 24-hr esophageal pH monitoring, a sensitive measurement of frequency and duration of reflux.
(3) 7 These results suggest that SART-stressed animals are in a disease state differing from that of other so-called stressed animals, and changes in the hypothalamus give rise to the various symptoms in SART-stressed animals.
(4) Neurotropin, a sedative analgesic, slightly increased faster waves on resting-arousal EEG and slower waves on slow-wave sleep EEG in normal rats, and it prevented SART stress-induced EEG alterations during both resting-arousal and slow-wave sleep.
(5) These results suggest that cholinergic neurons may be activated in both the hypothalamus and basal ganglia of the brain of SART-stressed rats, and the characteristic peripheral changes of the cholinergic system in the duodenum of SART-stressed rats may be under the control of the parasympathetic center.
(6) Central nervous system levels of serotonin (5-HT) and 5-hydroxy-indoleacetic acid (5-HIAA) in SART (specific alternation of rhythm in temperature)-stressed (repeatedly cold-stressed) rats were examined by HPLC-ECD.
(7) We stated that SART-stressed guinea pigs showing nasal mucosal hypersensitivity would serve as an animal model for the in vivo evaluation of antiallergic drugs.
(8) Moreover, Neurotropin appears to be effective for moderating SART stress.
(9) As part of an investigation on the behavioral characteristics of SART-stressed animals, an animal model of autonomic imbalance, the open-field behavior of SART-stressed (repeated cold-stressed) rats was studied and compared with that of rats exposed to other types of stress.
(10) With the D'Amour-Smith method, only NSP had a greater effect in SART-stress mice than in normal mice.
(11) The effects of Kamikihi-To (KMK), a traditional Chinese medicine, on autonomic imbalances were evaluated in SART-stressed (repeated cold-stressed) mice.
(12) These results suggest that SART-stressed rats have some form of abnormality in the synthetic system of 5-HT.
(13) Length of small intestine from SART stressed mice was much the same as in controls, but wet weights of small intestines were larger than in controls.
(14) Conditioning of monosynaptic reflexes was used to investigate group II excitation from quadriceps (Q) and sartorius (Sart) in posterior biceps-semitendinosus (PBSt) motoneurones and different lesions were made to analyze the interneuronal pathways.
(15) SART-stressed mice showed significant increases in erythrocyte count, hemoglobin, hematocrit and specific gravity of whole blood, no change in leukocyte count and a marked decrease in platelet count.
(16) Autonomic agonists, antagonists, tranquilizers and other drugs were given intraperitoneally to mice once daily during SART stress, and the ACh responses in the isolated duodenum were investigated.
(17) Thus, SART-stressed mice appear to have impairment in the process of acquisition of a passive avoidance task.
(18) The mechanism of hyperalgesia observed in SART (repeated cold)-stressed animals (mice and rats) was studied in relation to the autonomic nervous system.
(19) ACh response in the isolated duodenum from SART stressed (repeated cold stressed) mice was remarkably decreased in comparison to normal mice 5 days after onset of loading SART stress, and maximal contraction in SART stress mice duodenum was about 37% of that in non-stressed mice.
(20) Moreover, Neurotropin appears to improve and normalize hemostatic imbalance due to SART stress, a chronic form of stress.