(a.) Able to endure or continue in a particular condition; lasting; not perishable or changeable; not wearing out or decaying soon; enduring; as, durable cloth; durable happiness.
(1) The durable power of attorney concept, though not free of problems, appears more likely to be of practical utility.
(2) By sharing insights and best practice expertise through [the Electrical and Electronic Equipment Sustainability Action Plan] esap and other platforms, Wrap believes business models such as trade-in services will be a reality in the next three to five years.” The actions of the 51 signatories to esap include: implementing new business models such as take-back and resale; extending product durability; and gaining greater value from reuse and recycling.
(3) The system is characterized by high durability, simplicity, and economy and offers an attractive alternative to prevalent columns used for flow analysis.
(4) Follow-up data showing near zero rates of self-injury for 22 months following the conclusion of active treatment with naltrexone indicated that the intervention produced a durable result.
(5) Durability of surgical reconstruction was improved if autogenous saphenous vein was used and if the reconstruction was performed before development of complications.
(6) We have reviewed results of secondary therapy in 427 patients with acute graft-versus-host disease (GVHD) who did not have a durable satisfactory response after primary treatment.
(7) In short, a durable, successful currency union requires some ceding of national sovereignty."
(8) A three-dimensional network is thus formed, held in place through durable adhesions to stainless steel pins.
(9) Development of a durable color overnight allows application of the DHA preparation in the evening, thus eliminating possible interference with sunscreen use during the day.
(10) In selected cases, prolonged chemotherapy administration can result in durable complete remissions.
(11) Four patients received IFN for approximately 6 months and have manifested extraordinarily durable regressions of greater than 4+ years.
(12) It is the objective of the investigations to improve the adherance of the bone cement at the interface to achieve a more durable anchorage of bone cement in the tissue.
(13) Furthermore, changes in diet composition did not lead to any durable, significant change in plasma peptide levels.
(14) Three of the seven surviving patients have durable engraftment (greater than 230 to greater than 550 days) while four patients have autologous hematopoietic recovery.
(15) We review parent training research along three general dimensions: (1) overall effectiveness, (2) differences in effectiveness attributable to certain features of the program, and (3) durability and generalization.
(16) We conclude that the Hancock porcine bioprosthesis has an acceptable long-term durability and satisfactory performance after tricuspid valve replacement, and we continue to favor its use in the tricuspid position even in association with mechanical prostheses in the left side of the heart.
(17) Current equipment is compact, durable, and not difficult to use or extremely expensive.
(18) The results of an extended follow-up of patients with combined mitral-aortic valve replacement indicate that mechanical prostheses perform better in the long-term owing to their superior durability when compared with biological valves.
(19) Cognitive therapy is often used in treating attention-deficit-disordered (ADD) children because of its purported ability to address this population's attentional deficits and behavioral difficulties and to create durable therapeutic effects.
(20) Finding the funds to invest in durable and improved sanitation remains a major hurdle.
(a.) Hard; harsh; severe; rough; toilsome.
(a.) To last; to continue; to endure.
(1) Such anomalies can only be explained by a longue duree.
(2) Decorum prevents me from revealing the punchline," says Beau Dure.
(3) The wheat cDNA clone codes for a protein with ten tandem repeats of an 11 amino acid sequence and has homology to other Group 3 LEAs reported in barley, carrot, cotton and rape (L. Dure et al., Plant Mol Biol 12: 475-486, 1989).
(4) The deduced amino acid sequence shows a high degree (62.2%) of similarity to that of a protein that is abundant during late embryogenesis of cotton (LEA D34; Baker JC, Steele C, Dure III (1988) Plant Mol Biol 11: 227-291).
(5) Durings 18 months, clinical signs of the disease were noted in 2 animals only.
(6) The other 26 awoke and recovered spontaneous breathing within 1-4 h following the type of anaesthesia and operating procedure they had submitted, which dured from 15 to 330 min.
(7) This reacherys point out that nitriding plasma a durings increase and cutis greater capacity establish.