(n.) Any one of many species of large gallinaceous birds of Central and South America, belonging to Penelope, Pipile, Ortalis, and allied genera. Several of the species are often domesticated.
(1) The results indicated that it is reasonable to consider that "Kuo Guan" powder is an immunoregulative preparation for patients with BXBS syndrome of IHD angina.
(2) Asked directly if he believed another ratings cut was inevitable, Guan replies: "I think so."
(3) In an interview with Talk to Al-Jazeera, Guan agrees that it is almost inevitable that his agency will cut America's debt rating once again, arguing that the only solution open to the US economy is further quantitative easing.
(4) Writing in the journal Nature , Guan calls for long-term surveillance of viruses in birds, to give health authorities early warning of dangerous strains that emerge.
(5) We reported the construction of the vector pGEX-KG (K. Guan and J. E. Dixon, 1991, Anal.
(6) SBF in 15 regions (sacral spot and bilateral nail-fold, Zu-San-Li, San-Yin-Jiao, Tai-Xi, Xing-Jian, Guan-Yuan-Shu and femur) was measured by means of Laser Doppler Flowmeter in 193 patients with paraplegia resulted from trauma during the Tangshan earthquake, and the result was compared with that in 53 normal subjects.
(7) The above results suggested that guan-fu base A could block the fast Na+ channels and exhibited anti-arrhythmic action.
(8) The author's real name is Guan Moye; "Mo Yan" means "don't speak" in Chinese.
(9) Our recent anterior drawer studies in human cadaveric knees [Guan and Butler, Adv.
(10) The remarks by Dagong's chairman, Guan Jianzhong, to be broadcast in an interview with al-Jazeera on Saturday morning, come at the end of another week of deep turmoil for the world economy.
(11) A successful birth is far from certain despite the carefully cultivated expectation the zoo has built up since the excitement in April over its attempts to get Tian Tian to mate with Yang Guan.
(12) The inhibition of guan-fu base A on Vmax showed frequency dependent effects.
(13) We have previously demonstrated (Guan X.-P., Hromchak, R. A., and Bloch, A.
(14) The pollution level will gradually improve, as the overall average figures show,” insists Dabo Guan, professor in climate change economics at the University of East Anglia, who believes Beijing will be one of the first large Chinese cities to tackle air pollution thoroughly.
(15) Mo Yan – whose real name is Guan Moye – took the literature Nobel on Thursday, prompting celebrations from state media , although prominent Chinese names have criticised the Nobel jury's decision to award the prize to a writer close to the establishment, with Ai Weiwei calling it " an insult to humanity and to literature ".
(16) However, Guan believes Beijing’s eventual success may come at a cost for other parts of China as they take up more of the industrial strain.
(17) Guan-fu base A and the internal standard alprenolol (ALP) was found to react rapidly and quantitatively with trifluoroacetic anhydride (TFAA) to produce derivatives GFA-TFAA and ALP-TFAA which were identified by GC-MSD.
(18) Pedro Pablo Guanes, a gynaecologist based in Asunción, said the authorities are likely to release a tentative date for the birth soon.
(19) Born in 1955 to parents who were farmers, Mo Yan - a pseudonym for Guan Moye; the pen name means "don't speak" - grew up in Gaomi in Shandong province in north-eastern China.
(20) The average recovery of Guan-fu base A from the spiked plasma was 97.52%.
(n.) In Sanskrit grammar, a lengthening of the simple vowels a, i, e, by prefixing an a element. The term is sometimes used to denote the same vowel change in other languages.
(1) Classical Ayurvedic texts including Carakasamhita and Susrutasamhita provide foundational assumptions about the body, the self, and gunas, which provide the underpinnings for the ethical system.
(2) According to Vedic concepts, personality is composed of three elements (gunas): i. Satva (pure qualities), ii.