(v. t.) To give strength or ability to; to make firm and strong.
(v. t.) To make able (to do, or to be, something); to confer sufficient power upon; to furnish with means, opportunities, and the like; to render competent for; to empower; to endow.
(1) In conclusion, the efficacy of free tissue transfer in the treatment of osteomyelitis is geared mainly at enabling the surgeon to perform a wide radical debridement of infected and nonviable soft tissue and bone.
(2) Glucocorticoids have numerous effects some of which are permissive; steroids are thus important not only for what they do, but also for what they permit or enable other hormones and signal molecules to do.
(3) If the method was taken into routine use in a diagnostic laboratory, the persistence of reverse passive haemagglutination reactions would enable grouping results to be checked for quality control purposes.
(4) The approach was to determine the relative importance of predisposing, enabling, and medical need factors in explaining utilization rates among younger and older enrollees of an HMO.
(5) Sonographic images of the gallbladder enable satisfactory approximation of gallbladder volume using the sum-of-cylinders method.
(6) This technique enables the demonstration of an hygienic parameter important for food microbiology within a short time.
(7) The secretary of state should work constructively with frontline staff and managers rather than adversarially and commit to no administrative reorganisation.” Dr Jennifer Dixon, chief executive, Health Foundation “It will be crucial that the next government maintains a stable and certain environment in the NHS that enables clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) to continue to transform care and improve health outcomes for their local populations.
(8) Direct detection of the mutation enables the identification of fragile X negative normal transmitting males and fragile X negative carrier females.
(9) Our results show that paramagnetic enhancement with T1-weighted imaging adds specificity and enables rapid assessment of abnormalities of the blood-brain barrier.
(10) A compensator connected to the section consisting of the pump-main line-operating member and including a pneumatic resistance and a flaxid non-elastic container enables it in combination with the feedback to maintain through the volumetric displacement of the gas, or changing the pump diaphragm position, the stability of the gas volume in the pneumatic transmission element of the assisted circulation apparatus.
(11) Given the liberalist context in which we live, this paper argues that an act-oriented ethics is inadequate and that only a virtue-oriented ethics enables us to recognize and resolve the new problems ahead of us in genetic manipulation.
(12) US clearly images the cartilaginous femoral head and enables accurate assessment of hip size, shape, and symmetry.
(13) These topographies enabled us to observe serial changes in epileptic discharge dynamically by 1 msec.
(14) This remarkably reliable examination showed a predominance of anterior and anterolateral aneurisms (87% of cases), and enables definition of the critical cardiac surface area (about 25%) above which the aneurysm is operable.
(15) A compact attachment for microscope-type instruments is described enabling to introduce, rapidly and qualitatively, minute biological speciments into melted embedding medium and ensuring the safety of optics.
(16) Hence, a priori haplotyping cannot exclude a particular CF mutation, but in combination with population genetic data, enables mutations to be ranked by decreasing probability.
(17) This was overcome by using a continuous subcutaneous infusion pump which also enabled the effective daily dosage to be reduced and thereby adverse reactions to be avoided.
(18) The beads enable us to examine several aspects of the adhesion process with particles having uniform properties that can be varied systematically.
(19) Selective catheterisation enabled opacification under pressure in more than 80 p. cent of cases, with perfect visualisation of the entire tubes and significant peritoneal passage.
(20) One aim was to enable patients to take more responsibility for their own preventive care.
(v. t.) To give a title to; to affix to as a name or appellation; hence, also, to dignify by an honorary designation; to denominate; to call; as, to entitle a book "Commentaries;" to entitle a man "Honorable."
(v. t.) To give a claim to; to qualify for, with a direct object of the person, and a remote object of the thing; to furnish with grounds for seeking or claiming with success; as, an officer's talents entitle him to command.
(v. t.) To attribute; to ascribe.
(1) "We do not yet live in a society where the police or any other officers of the law are entitled to detain people without reasonable justification and demand their papers," Gardiner wrote.
(2) What’s needed is manifesto commitments from all the main political parties to improve the help single homeless people are legally entitled to.
(3) Any party or witness is entitled to use Welsh in any magistrates court in Wales without prior notice.
(4) Pensioners, like those in receipt of long-term social welfare payments or those who can prove they cannot provide their heating needs during winter, are entitled to a means-tested weekly winter fuel allowance of €20 (£ 14.54) per household.
(5) It took years of prep work to make this sort of Übermensch thing socially acceptable, let alone hot – lots of “legalize it!” and “you are economic supermen!” appeals to the balled-and-entitled toddler-fists of the sociopathic libertechian madding crowd to really get mechanized mass-death neo-fascism taken mainstream .
(6) The investigators likely to have questions for Clarke, who remains on the payroll until January when he too is entitled to a payoff of a year’s salary.
(7) Here the miracle of the Lohans' baby was divinely ordained and fulfilled the entitlement of every woman to have a child.
(8) Nobody knows how often it happens but judging just from my inbox, it’s certainly not a rare occurrence and what struck me as I started to learn about the issue of health privacy is that employees are defenseless against things like this happening to them.” Fei said that she also received her fair share of emails saying: “What makes you think your baby was entitled to million dollars worth of care?
(9) Also bear in mind that this request is just that, you are asking the club to place you on the transfer list, which they are perfectly entitled to reject.
(10) The following year yet another Bank analyst wrote a report on BCCI entitled "Why action is now urgently required".
(11) I still can’t figure out who this is aimed at: I’m imagining characters who think they’re in Wolf of Wall Street, with such an inflated sense of entitlement that even al desko meals need to come with Michelin tags.
(12) The local role is the “how?” How do we deliver that entitlement in our community?
(13) Indeed, the BBC’s own recent Digital Media Initiative was closed by Tony Hall, having lost £100m.” The document is entitled “BBC3: An Alternative Strategy – Realising Value for the Licence Payer”.
(14) She is among up to 250,000 American-Israelis entitled to vote in Tuesday's US presidential election, the majority of whom are believed to be backing the Republican candidate.
(15) Currently, entitlement to CTC for families with one to three children is fully exhausted when gross household earnings reach about £26,000 and £40,000 a year respectively.
(16) Entitled Jobs, Justice and Equity, the report warned that growing inequality, marginalisation and disenfranchisement are threatening Africa's prospects and undermining the foundations of its recent success.
(17) I gave her my personal opinion, which was that there would be no problem for her, but I was not able to give her the guarantee that I think she was entitled to deserve.” The peer reminded the House of Lords about the shock in Britain when Idi Amin expelled the Asians from Uganda.
(18) A symposium entitled "Foetal and Neonatal Cell Transplantation and Retroviral Gene Therapy" recently organized under the aegis of the Mérieux Foundation in Annecy, France, brought together 100 scientists and clinicians from European countries and the United States.
(19) "If there are no systemic changes to our debt, to our entitlement programs, then I would vote no on raising the debt ceiling."
(20) This article discusses the effect of existing statutes and case law on three pivotal questions: To what sort of information are people entitled?