(1) "I did so in protest at using unethical ways to make unjust allegations, therefore I hereby withdraw my complaint against this artist."
(2) A simple one clause Abolition of Privacy Bill: "The tort of misuse of private information is hereby abolished" might be thought to be sufficient.
(3) I created a country', says the rebel driving South Sudan's brutal war Read more “I, Salva Kiir Mayardit, president of the Republic of South Sudan, do hereby issue this republican decree for the appointment of Dr Riek Machar Teny as the first vice-president of the Republic of South Sudan ,” said the decree issued late on Thursday.
(4) The mechanism of histamine release by X537A can be explained by the ability of the ionophore to carry monovalent cations across cellular membranes, hereby making the ions available for exchange with histamine bound to the granular matrix.
(5) During growth a part of the substrate is destroyed into scarcely usable benzylpenicilloic acid; hereby the antibiotic is detoxified.
(6) I hereby make a special appeal to Ecowas, AU [African Union] and the UN, particularly the security council, to support the government and people of the Gambia in enforcing their will, restore their sovereignty and constitutional legitimacy,” he said.
(7) Hereby, partly critically, humoral and cellular immunophenomena are discussed, furthermore, the author deals with genetic factors, viruses and drugs as a cause of autoimmune hepatitides.
(8) Liver biopsy revealed CHF: The radiographic and scintigraphic pictures are hereby illustrated and CT with biliscopin infusion study is emphasized.
(9) In the box the atmosphere is whirled round by a fan and hereby led over a layer of catalyst.
(10) An aid is hereby presented for the dentist to understand and apply this type of insights, which are usually kept apart from a technical activity such as odontology.
(11) Hereby it turns out that the activity differences of all the substances are very similar on microbiological part.
(12) One complex in this connection is hereby shown to be the micromanipulation on gametes and on preimplantative embryos.
(13) Hereby the mass media exercise considerable influence with their commentaries, that are often exaggerated in their criticism and their representation.
(14) But lower microbial counts were found in the product water than in the feed water by tightly closing the outlet of the column and hereby keeping the column at the same pressure as exists in the piping system.
(15) [4-C1-D-Phe6,Leu17]-VIP, another VIP antagonist hereby referred to as antagonist-2 was tested similarly for its ability to block the VIP-induced pouch relaxation.
(16) The bronchial obstruction induced hereby can be demonstrated by plethysmographic measurement of specific airway resistance, which is superior to spirometric parameters with regard to sensitivity and effort independence.
(17) I can already feel it piling into the garbage segment of my political memory, so that one day in the future, Javid’s oaths will have become I, the undersigned, do hereby promise to defend John Major’s cones around Theresa May’s racist vans , protect them from the vandalism of ridicule, because that is the British way; to tolerate views you disagree with, including this stupid oath.
(18) After a brief description of the intraoperative angioplasty technique carried out together with direct revascularization through bypass with venous segments or with internal mammary (IMA) we hereby report the immediate and mid-term results obtained in 18 patients with this treatment.
(19) Hereby the family members were demonstrated to have a high concentration in plasma of the PA inhibitor.
(20) We were hereby solicited to compare the information gained by jaw-tracking and manual examination.
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(1) With the patient in a supine position, the droplets could be positioned over the macula in the preretinal vitreous space, whereon the FTBA PO2 could be influenced by the preretinal oxygen concentration.
(2) The heart was the only one of all the internal organs whereon significant pathologic changes were observed during autopsy.