(a.) Remaining within; inherent; indwelling; abiding; intrinsic; internal or subjective; hence, limited in activity, agency, or effect, to the subject or associated acts; -- opposed to emanant, transitory, transitive, or objective.
(1) This procedure is manifested in the region of system-immanent weak spots of the positional and locomotor system and, in the pelvic girdle region by tipping of the pelvis in ventral direction, with consecutive evasive shifts of the vertebral column and extremities.
(2) Continuing Leo Stones study of the psychoanalytic situation, in this paper the "immanent suggestion" of the structure of the external arrangement is more closely investigated and defined as a primary and general valence of transference.
(3) The phenomenon of compulsion, unless it is seen as purely pathological, discloses in a peculiar way by an analysis of the situation in connexion with the immanence of life.
(4) The first was children's ideas about the causes of illness, in which the widely postulated notion of immanent justice was not found to be common.
(5) Nevroses and dellusions are self-induced language in which the uttered statement is implemented in an immanent and intransive way, through the psycho-pathological language itself.
(6) In uncomplicated course it is not justified to suppose disability only by immanent risk.
(7) Results supported the prediction that children use the belief in a just world in immanent justice judgements.
(8) In language production, the claim is that such words are intrinsic to, identified with, or immanent in phrasal skeletons.
(9) An attempt is made to reconcile the immanent contradictions, and to demonstrate that this is actually a fruitful extension of the scope of the theoretical fundamentals of psychiatry.
(10) This means the new landscape of Stonehenge embodies modern Mammon's triumvirate of commoditisation, gambling and charity, just as it once did Trinitarian ideas of transcendence and immanence.
(11) The immanent sense of optic orientation in space is related to the unchangeable line of principal visual direction and its collaterals.
(12) Subjects received 4 stories and answered the Piagetian immanent justice questions and rated outcome fairness.
(13) Psychohygiene and sanitary education must help to be incorporated in the complex attendance to elder people as immanent ingredients.
(14) The existence analytical inquiry has developed corporal models that admit in their integrative-anthropological form fertile comparisons with a phenomenological radical immanence-philosophy of the constitution.
(15) When Twice-Told Tales appeared in 1837 (secretly financed by his old Bowdoin friend Horatio Bridge), it was as though Hawthorne had become a "finder" of stories that were immanent in the ancestral culture of America itself.
(16) The building up of the Berlin Institute for Brain Research finished in 1931 is the result of inconsistant developmental needs immanent to neuro-sciences on the one hand and science policy interests of imperialistic groups in the Weimarian Germany on the other hand.
(17) The gallstone was removed endoscopically, the immanent complication of gallstone ileus could be eliminated.
(18) The results show: Successful group participation was to the extent of maximal 50% determined by the experiences immanent in the client centered group process concept.
(19) Human existence is not purely immanent, a flow of transcedence continually runs through it.
(20) Possible explanations, like reactivity to test-immanent coexpressed antigens of Saccharomyces cerevisae are discussed.
(prep.) In the inner or interior part of; inside of; not without; as, within doors.
(prep.) In the limits or compass of; not further in length than; as, within five miles; not longer in time than; as, within an hour; not exceeding in quantity; as, expenses kept within one's income.
(prep.) Hence, inside the limits, reach, or influence of; not going outside of; not beyond, overstepping, exceeding, or the like.
(adv.) In the inner part; inwardly; internally.
(adv.) In the house; in doors; as, the master is within.
(1) Indicators for evaluation and monitoring and outcome measures are described within the context of health service management to describe control measure output in terms of community effectiveness.
(2) Direct fetal digitalization led to a reduction in umbilical artery resistance, a decline in the abdominal circumference from 20.3 to 17.8 cm, and resolution of the ascites within 72 h. Despite this dramatic response to therapy, fetal death occurred on day 5 of treatment.
(3) "We examined the reachability of social networking sites from our measurement infrastructure within Turkey, and found nothing unusual.
(4) Correction for within-person variation in urinary excretion increased this partial correlation coefficient between intake and excretion to 0.59 (95% CI = 0.03 to 0.87).
(5) Within the outflow tract wall, the labelled cells were enmeshed by strands of alcian blue-stained extracellular matrix.
(6) Of the patients 73% demonstrated clinically normal sensibility test results within 23 days after operation.
(7) These immunocytochemical studies clearly demonstrated that cells encountered within the fibrous intimal thickening in the vein graft were inevitably smooth muscle cell in origin.
(8) within 12 h of birth followed by similar injections every day for 10 consecutive days and then every second day for a further 8 weeks, with mycoplasma broth medium (tolerogen), to induce immune tolerance.
(9) Following central retinal artery ligation, infarction of the retinal ganglion cells was reflected by a 97 per cent reduction in the radioactively labeled protein within the optic nerve.
(10) Open field behaviors and isolation-induced aggression were reduced by anxiolytics, at doses which may be within the sedative-hypnotic range.
(11) Insensitive variants die more slowly than wild type cells, with 10-20% cell death observed within 24 h after addition of dexamethasone.
(12) Blood flow decreased immediately after skin expansion in areas over the tissue expander on days 0 and 1 and returned to baseline levels within 24 hours.
(13) The findings suggest that these two syndromes are associated with dysfunction at two different sites within the frontal lobes.
(14) The remaining case had a calibre persistent submucosal artery within the caecum that was found incidentally in a resection specimen.
(15) Microelectrodes were used to measure the oxygen tension (PO2) profile within individual spheroids at different stages of growth.
(16) Until the 1960's there was great confusion, both within and between countries, on the meaning of diagnostic terms such as emphysema, asthma, and chronic brochitis.
(17) Reiteration VII (within protein coding regions of genes US10 and US11) and reiteration IV (within introns of genes US1 and US12) were stable between the isolates (group 1).
(18) Reactive metabolites which suppress splenic humoral immune responses are thought to be generated within the spleen rather than in distant tissues.
(19) Enhanced sensitivity to ITDs should translate to better-defined azimuthal receptive fields, and therefore may be a step toward achieving an optimal representation of azimuth within the auditory pathway.
(20) The fibrous matrix and cartilage formed within the nonunion site transformed to osteoid and bone with increased vascularity.