(adv.) Forward; onward in time, place, or order; in advance from a given point; on to end; as, from that day forth; one, two, three, and so forth.
(adv.) Out, as from a state of concealment, retirement, confinement, nondevelopment, or the like; out into notice or view; as, the plants in spring put forth leaves.
(adv.) Beyond a (certain) boundary; away; abroad; out.
(adv.) Throughly; from beginning to end.
(prep.) Forth from; out of.
(n.) A way; a passage or ford.
(1) This movement generates forward and backward shearing force in the stagnation region as the separated flow migrates back and forth.
(2) Guidelines for external beam treatment have been set forth in the ASTRO Newsletter.
(3) Hulk Hogan’s status as a public figure, even one who holds forth often and at length about his sex life, may have kept him from getting the kind of sympathy that the subject of the escort story immediately received, but there’s no evidence Bollea intended for anyone to see the tape.
(4) This observation confirms that idiotypic recognition is confined to a limited number of clonal products, despite the fact that a very heterogeneous antibody population was used forthe anti-idiotypic immunization.
(5) Two consequences of these conditions are (1) patient classification into syndrome types (e.g., phonological dysgraphia, agrammatism, and so forth) can play no useful role in research concerned with issues about the structure of normal cognitive functioning or its dissolution under conditions of brain damage; and (2) only single-patient studies allow valid inferences about the structure of cognitive mechanisms from the analysis of impaired performance.
(6) Expect growing localised tensions around specific watersheds between one ethnic group and another, between farmers and cities, and so forth, he warns: “Rather than India versus Pakistan, it’s Karnataka versus Tamil Nadu over the allocation of a river that is shared between those two states.” The Water Stress Index , produced by UK risk analysis firm Maplecroft, provides an indication where water-related conflicts might be most likely to occur.
(7) When it comes to patrols, operations and so forth, we are first."
(8) The ratio of pregnancy (the 4th and subsequent ones), pregnancy pathologies (gestosis, infectious diseases), prematurity, intrauterine hypotrophy, previous exposure to ionizing radiation of the future child's mother and father (radiotherapy, industrial hazards, and so forth) are significant risk factors of CDAs of the CNS in the fetus.
(9) There are 20 observations reported in the literature, and the hypotheses of pathogenesis set forth are reviewed.
(10) "We realise that it's an election time and these issues are tossed back and forth, but regardless of who leads Australia, we will look to them for action."
(11) In a forth patient with occulsion of the LAD, there was no response to intracoronary NTG and mechanical recanalization was not attempted.
(12) For example, tubular cells may be exposed to luminal fluid that may vary from hypotonic to hypertonic, from alkaline to acid, and so forth.
(13) Considerable information has come forth in recent years on the pathogenic organisms in human periodontitis and the sequence of events by which they produce periodontal disease.
(14) Indications for various types of operations are set forth.
(15) I think rightly, people have been concerned about whether Syria will follow through on the commitments that have been laid forth, and I think there are legitimate concerns as to how technically we are going to be getting those chemical weapons out while there is still fighting going on.
(16) Loading is achieved by the production of transient, survivable plasma membrane disruptions as cells are passed back and forth through a standard syringe needle or similar narrow orifice.
(17) Thus, based on our experience and on a review of the current literature, we have set forth factors that the forensic pathologist should consider when faced with a sudden psychiatric death.
(18) "I see that on CNN, the BBC and other big networks there is a lot about the miners in Turkey, and so forth.
(19) The physical manifestation of a wave is familiar – a material (water, metal, air etc) deforms back and forth around a fixed point.
(20) The congresswoman, who had been vying forthe Republican nomination, finished sixth in the caucus on Tuesday night.
(n.) Any means of conveying or communicating ideas; specifically, human speech; the expression of ideas by the voice; sounds, expressive of thought, articulated by the organs of the throat and mouth.
(n.) The expression of ideas by writing, or any other instrumentality.
(n.) The forms of speech, or the methods of expressing ideas, peculiar to a particular nation.
(n.) The characteristic mode of arranging words, peculiar to an individual speaker or writer; manner of expression; style.
(n.) The inarticulate sounds by which animals inferior to man express their feelings or their wants.
(n.) The suggestion, by objects, actions, or conditions, of ideas associated therewith; as, the language of flowers.
(n.) The vocabulary and phraseology belonging to an art or department of knowledge; as, medical language; the language of chemistry or theology.
(n.) A race, as distinguished by its speech.
(v. t.) To communicate by language; to express in language.
(1) Thus it is unclear how a language learner determines whether German even has a regular plural, and if so what form it takes.
(2) The original sample included 1200 high school males within each of 30 language and cultural communities.
(3) The deep green people who have an issue with the language of natural capital are actually making the same jump from value to commodification that they state that they don’t want ... They’ve equated one with the other,” he says.
(4) Surrounding intact ipsilateral structures are more important for the recovery of some of the language functions, such as motor output and phonemic assembly, than homologous contralateral structures.
(5) This review focused on the methods used to identify language impairment in specifically language-impaired subjects participating in 72 research studies that were described in four journals from 1983 to 1988.
(6) In his notorious 1835 Minute on Education , Lord Macaulay articulated the classic reason for teaching English, but only to a small minority of Indians: “We must do our best to form a class who may be interpreters between us and the millions whom we govern; a class of persons, Indians in blood and colour, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect.” The language was taught to a few to serve as intermediaries between the rulers and the ruled.
(7) Groups were similar with respect to age, sex, school experience, family income, housing, primary language spoken, and nonverbal intelligence.
(8) And that ancient Basque cultural gem – the mysterious language with its odd Xs, Ks and Ts – will be honoured at every turn in a city where it was forbidden by Franco.
(9) Language and discussion develop the intellect, she argues.
(10) This empirical fact has in recent years been increasingly dealt with in pertinent German-language literature, the discussion clearly emphasizing the demand that programmes aimed at the vocational qualification of unemployed disabled persons be provided, along with accompanying measures.
(11) To do so degrades the language of war and aids the terrorist enemy.
(12) They have already missed the critical periods in language learning and thus are apt to remain severely depressed in language skills at best.
(13) This paper reviews the epidemiologic studies of petroleum workers published in the English language, focusing on research pertaining to the petroleum industry, rather than the broader petrochemical industry.
(14) Now, a small Scottish charity, Edinburgh Direct Aid – moved by their plight and aware that the language of Lebanese education is French and English and that Syria is Arabic – is delivering textbooks in Arabic to the school and have offered to fund timeshare projects across the country.
(15) The researchers' own knowledge of street language and drug behavior has enabled them to capture information that would escape most observers and even some participants.
(16) At the House Ear Institute, speech and language assessments are a regular part of the evaluation protocol for the cochlear implant clinical trials in children.
(17) The Rio+ 20 Earth summit could collapse after countries failed to agree on acceptable language just two weeks before 120 world leaders arrive at the biggest UN summit ever organised, WWF warned on Wednesday.
(18) Disagreements over the language of the text continued throughout Friday.
(19) And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but … fuck it, I quit.” A stunned colleague then told viewers: “All right we apologise for that … we’ll, we’ll be right back.” The station later apologised to viewers on Twitter: KTVA 11 News (@ktva) Viewers, we sincerely apologize for the inappropriate language used by a KTVA reporter on the air tonight.
(20) The European commission has three official "procedural languages": German, French and English.