(adv.) Without possibility of escape or evasion; unavoidably; certainly.
(1) These immunocytochemical studies clearly demonstrated that cells encountered within the fibrous intimal thickening in the vein graft were inevitably smooth muscle cell in origin.
(2) A second Scottish referendum has turned from a highly probable event into an almost inevitable one.
(3) "Attempts to quantify existential risk inevitably involve a large helping of subjective judgment.
(4) That price is inevitably going to increase over the years and will be another millstone around the BBC’s neck.
(5) "Today a federal district court put up a roadblock on a path constructed by 21 federal court rulings over the last year – a path that inevitably leads to nationwide marriage equality," said Sarah Warbelow, legal director for the Human Rights Campaign.
(6) While there would inevitably be some interaction, Gibbs said, "I do not think the president approaches it like a boxing match."
(7) Instead of inevitable defeat there is uncertain cop-out.
(8) Abigail Aiken, an assistant professor at the University of Texas at Austin, said the numbers inevitably underrepresented the demand.
(9) We've all been living ahead of ourselves, so in many ways this was inevitable.
(10) The question of ethics inevitably arises, and should be considered before a concrete situation arises which leaves no time for reflection.
(11) In such circumstances faith in the project inevitably ebbs among the faithful.
(12) Lloyds said it would achieve many of the job cuts through making less use of contractors and voluntary severance but admitted that some compulsory redundancies may be inevitable.
(13) Inevitably, and necessarily, Labour has appeared split as the coalition has captured broad public support for its assault on the deficit.
(14) His message suggested a Grexit was now inevitable as he stressed the need for EU humanitarian programmes to forestall social implosion in Greece.
(15) The increase in movement of people both within the highlands of New Guinea and also to and fro between holo- and hyperendemic lowland areas and the highlands by policemen and semi-skilled personnel in one direction and by labourers in the other, together with a great increase in potential breeding sites, were virtually inevitable consequences of the development process as the intense communalism and geographical isolation of the highland people was broken down.
(16) This has improved the capacity of the neuroanaesthetist to mitigate the inevitable fluctuations which occur and prevent their ill effects.
(17) The competition between candidates is an inevitable consequence of the fact that animals cannot 'do more than one thing at a time', and is envisaged as taking place in the behavioural final common path.
(18) Nicola Dandridge, chief executive of Universities UK, which represents Britain's higher education sector, said the laws of demand and supply were inevitably forcing universities to examine their resources: "Some universities may face difficult decisions in relation to maintaining course provision in certain subject areas."
(19) Phagocytic killing in the presence of each monoclonal antibody paralleled the increase in chemiluminescence, suggesting that for this variant killing was an inevitable consequence of the interaction of polymorphonuclear leukocytes with gonococci opsonized with anti-pilus antibodies.
(20) It therefore seems inevitable that the region will have fallen back into a new recession in the third quarter And here's a summary of the data, showing that only two countries expanded: Ireland: 51.8 (2-month high) The Netherlands: 50.7 (13-month high) Germany: 47.4 (6-month high) Italy: 45.7 (6-month high) Austria: 45.1 (39-month low) Spain: 44.5 (6 month low) France: 42.7 (41-month low) Greece: 42.2 (4-month high) 9.07am BST EUROZONE RECESSION ALL BUT CERTAIN The eurozone's manufacturing sector shrank again in September, making a double-dip recession all but certain.
(1) The fact that it is still used is regrettable yet unavoidable at present, but the average quantity is three times less than the mercury released into the atmosphere by burning the extra coal need to power equivalent incandescent bulbs.
(2) Wanchu Sherpa, chairman of Everest Summitteers Association of Nepal and two time summiteer himself, told the Guardian shortly after the accident that “nothing can be done to prevent such events” which he described as “simply natural disasters that are unavoidable”.
(3) Unexpected bleeding is at times unavoidable, and the urologic surgeon should have a well-prepared method for managing hemorrhage during each procedure.
(4) Since the importation of toxin-producing diphtheria bacteria is unavoidable and may occur at all times, universal active immunisation in childhood, as well as timely revaccination of adolescents and adults, are mandatory prophylactic measures to prevent new epidemics.
(5) "We believe that this is unavoidable following the recent costs to all the citizens of the UK as a result of banking failures, mismanagement and improper practices," said a spokesperson for the City Reform Group.
(6) Where once Gaga was mysterious and her music unavoidable, the mystique has evaporated and the music easy to miss.
(7) 3.7% of the ultrasound and 2.3% of the CT examinations were of limited value because of unavoidable technical problems.
(8) Some postoperative recurrence is unavoidable after direct attack surgery as portal hypertension is often still present.
(9) Root off- and on-shifts in cell haemolysates at 24 degrees C, produced predominantly by changing pH but with unavoidable subsequent readjustments of the CO(2)-bicarbonate buffer systems, had an initial rapid phase with half-times as low as 0.01 sec.
(10) He said such leakage was “an unavoidable consequence of the lack of ground troops”.
(11) Manchester United's Ed Woodward faces unavoidable question: is it time to sack Van Gaal?
(12) Pictures of the concentration camps served to reinforce the necessity of the war and its unavoidably harsh economic legacy.
(13) Gastric resection may still be unavoidable as a diagnostic procedure in a minority of cases and may represent the primary therapeutic procedure in clinically assessed early-stage and low-risk patients, but it cannot be considered mandatory whenever possible merely for debulking purposes or to obviate possible perforation or hemorrhage.
(14) However they allow to discuss guidelines for the new trials, unavoidably long and accurately designed, which are needed for extending and delineating the clinical use of new human growth hormones.
(15) No viability loss of B. fragilis was noted when pus was stored at 25 degrees C. Only slight loss of viaability of B. fragilis was observed at 15 degrees C. Escherichia coli coexisting in pus with B. fragilis increased several 100fold in 24 h when stored at 25 degrees C, but no significant growth occurred when they were kept at 15 degrees C. Approximately 20 to 40% of E. coli lost their viability when such pus was stored at 4 degrees C. We suggest that 15 degrees C may be an alternative temperature for storage of anaerobic specimens in laboratories where some delay in routine processing is unavoidable.
(16) Six male squirrel monkeys were subjected to a Sidman nondiscriminated avoidance schedule (R-S, S-S-20 sec) that superimposed 3-min conditioned stimuli (CS) unavoidable shock pairings upon the ongoing avoidance behavior.
(17) Diversion may be unavoidable but should be considered only when conservative methods have failed.
(18) Chronically placed subdural electrodes offer the possibility of performing such testing outside of the operating room and without the unavoidable stresses and time limitations of the surgical setting.
(19) The introduction of automation into the laboratory of biology seems to be unavoidable.
(20) This virtually harmless technique frequently provides sufficient information for the diagnosis in patients in whom more traumatic investigations would otherwise have been unavoidable.