(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) As he gears up to contest the Liberal Democrat seat of Gordon in north-east Scotland, Salmond effectively assumes a commanding role in the general election campaign.
(3) We believe Oisin has a very exciting future at the BBC.” Clarkson, May and Hammond have signed up to launch a rival show on Amazon’s TV service , while Chris Evans is currently filming a new series of the BBC’s Top Gear show with fellow presenters Matt LeBlanc and Eddie Jordan.
(4) But the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), in a submission to a parliamentary inquiry into housing that was established by Hockey, backed the need to review negative gearing.
(5) The modified CIRS was operationalized with a manual of guidelines geared toward the geriatric patient and for clarity was designated the CIRS(G).
(6) The allegations come weeks after Top Gear executives expressed regret over a remark made by Clarkson on the show's Burma special, broadcast in March.
(7) This information will allow for efficient utilization of time and resources in planning continuing education programs geared toward mammographic screening.
(8) Top Gear, Robin Hood, Doctor Who, Primeval and Spooks were the company's top five highest-grossing shows sold internationally.
(9) Turing to hypnosis, it is made clear that a trance is the execution of a momentarily proposed programme; it is not the result of a generalised mechanical action, but is preordained and geared to various situations.
(10) Snapchat is also thinking about new devices, launching a Snapchat Micro app for Samsung's Galaxy Gear smart watch in September, capable of shooting pics and videos with the device's camera, then sharing them.
(11) Curiously, actual modelling conducted by the Housing Industry Association suggests that limiting negative gearing could actually cause house prices to go up.
(12) "It's horrible and brutal to be that far back and searching for those gears and they're not there," O'Hare admitted.
(13) "If you don't want my gear [on TV], I've got plenty of other places to take it," Jamie Oliver told advertisers last autumn, brazenly and a tad cheekily, at a Channel 4 "upfront" preview presentation of its 2014 schedule.
(14) However, Ofcom concluded that the word was capable of causing offence and the context did not justify its broadcast, finding Top Gear in breach of section 2.3 of the broadcasting code, which covers generally accepted standards.
(15) The commonest causes of death were pneumonia and entanglement in fishing gear.
(16) When accused of muttering it while reciting Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Mo, during filming of BBC2s Top Gear, he said he had not, that he would absolutely never use "the most racist word of them all".
(17) Hampton added: "[Hester's] pay is strongly geared to the recovery of RBS, which he was recruited to turn around, having played no part in its collapse.
(18) As Hillary gears up for a possible presidential run in 2016, women are already lining up to rally by her side.
(19) James May: ‘We are not in a race with Chris Evans’ Top Gear’ Read more The new series is expected to air towards the end of May and may be shorter than its original intended run of eight episodes.
(20) Top Gear presenter Clarkson, who has been repeatedly criticised for making offensive comments, had condemned Sky for the decision, describing it as "heresy by thought".