(1) Daily subcutaneous injection of L-dopa for 4 weeks into 2-year-old low egg production hens resulted in a lightening of feather color to snow white and increased oviduct and ovary weights and the development of well developed follicles.
(2) I ask if he ever wishes the critics would lighten up around him.
(3) This unexpected non-linear trend may reflect a progressive tendency toward 'lightening' of sleep with increasing age.
(4) Clinical trials on 28 patients with port-wine stains of the face and neck using this laser demonstrated a 75% response rate with greater than 50% lightening of the lesions.
(5) Their carefully judged mischief lightened the whole mixture like stiffly beaten egg-whites.
(6) But it's also undeniable that Indians who grew up in the 80s and 90s have been in many ways morally and imaginatively conservative: they are the context, for instance, in which wish-fulfilling skin lighteners like Fair & Lovely have flourished.
(7) As previously shown with colchicine, preincubation of frog skin with vinblastine, vincristine, or colcemid produced an increase in darkening induced by MSH, as compared to control skins, and a dosage-dependent inhibition of subsequent lightening.
(8) Skin-lightening creams are widely used in Taiwan, but their content is poorly controlled.
(9) Patients aged between 3 months and 6 years (44 patients) had a better response after the first treatment (55% lightening) than did patients aged between 7 and 14 years (29 patients with a 48% lightening; p = 0.027).
(10) By sharing the load, we lighten the load – and together we can chip away at the debt and deficits that are currently costing Australians $1bn every single month in interest, in dead money,” Abbott said in a YouTube video released on Monday.
(11) This difference in density is not related to increased sensitivity to ionizing radiation but the degree of post-irradiation change in density (lightening) is proportional to the initial density, i.e.
(12) Following a complete repair, the anesthesia of the mothers was allowed to lighten.
(13) Forty-one over-the-counter skin lightening creams were analysed for hydroquinone content, and the accuracy of tables of contents supplied with these products was assessed.
(14) Advocates of open adoption believe that it lightens and in some cases alleviates the grieving process after relinquishment.
(15) In his speech, Hunt also called for the regulatory burden to be lightened for broadcasters to allow them to be more flexible and said Ofcom would be slimmed down under a Tory government.
(16) The court said his sentence was lightened because he was an accessory to the murder, not the instigator, and because he had confessed and shown remorse.
(17) Over a couple of pints, we cover all the big stuff: Victoria Beckham, rivers of blood, what it'll be like being deputy PM to Boris ("Boris needs me; he needs lightening up"), and the attempt to ban menthol cigarettes .
(18) This article describes a simple way to circumvent major internal alteration to the Blue Ray copier to permit an easy and effective lightening process.
(19) A properly functioning general-practitioner hospital with good facilities including visiting consultants can greatly lighten the work load of the district general hospital.
(20) Substantial lightening or total clearing occurred in 18 (78%) of 23 amateur tattoos and 3 (23%) of 13 professional tattoos in which the protocol was completed.
(n.) A discharge of atmospheric electricity, accompanied by a vivid flash of light, commonly from one cloud to another, sometimes from a cloud to the earth. The sound produced by the electricity in passing rapidly through the atmosphere constitutes thunder.
(n.) The act of making bright, or the state of being made bright; enlightenment; brightening, as of the mental powers.
(vb. n.) Lightening.
(1) The territory’s chief executive Leung Chun-ying, has become a lightning rod for the protesters’ anger .
(2) Last week Isis bulldozed the ancient city of Nimrud , also near Mosul, which the militant group conquered in a lightning advance last summer.
(3) We went on holiday to Cyprus and the plane got hit by lightning.
(4) The subjective signs of the syndrome are floating 'moths', photopsias presenting as a 'lateral lightning', sudden appearance of a central macula (central positive scotoma).
(5) We are told the thunder and lightning made it impossible for the engineers to position the control room barge, thus delaying the operation.
(6) Financial Services Authority chief executive Hector Sants described bonuses as the "lightning rod" of the public's lack of trust in bankers.
(7) The literature relating to the neurology of lightning strike is briefly reviewed.
(8) One instance occurred while the victim was using the telephone; the other victim received a direct lightning strike to the head.
(9) These teams open up with five goals, three of which came at lightning speed.
(10) There are various reasons some musicians don't like Spotify, although the company is something of a lightning rod for criticism of all streaming services.
(11) Bruce, who believes Sessègnon could help to plug the gap left by striker Darren Bent, said: "Stéphane can play on the left, on the right, through the middle – he's lightning quick and he's a match-winner.
(12) Although uncommon, symptoms of lightning-like electric sensations spreading into both arms, down the dorsal spine, and into both legs on neck flexion following head and neck irradiation, causes great concern in both the patient and the physician.
(13) A variety of electrocardiographic changes have been documented previously in association with lightning injury; however, the changes in this patient have not previously been reported.
(14) He again complained of severe lightning pain after the successful spinal anesthesia with the same anesthetic solution.
(15) Jamie Vardy started to score the goals that his lightning speed of foot and monstrous effort promised he might.
(16) Cameron can't stab Nick in the back over AV and keep using him as an all-purpose lightning conductor."
(17) The importance of electrophysiological and CT scan examination in the diagnosis and etiology of abnormalities caused in the eye by lightning is emphasized.
(18) As well as many Assyrians, thousands of Iraqi Chaldeans have also fled to Lebanon since Isis took control of Mosul in a lightning offensive last summer.
(19) A case is described in which the patient had been struck by lightning, with involvement of one eye and the visual pathways.
(20) Emergency physicians and staff are usually the first to evaluate and manage victims of lightning strikes.