(1) There was no mention of remaining problems regarding 16 of the 28 omphalocoele patients and 10 of the 16 gastroschisis patients.
(2) Of the 622 people interviewed, a large proportion (30.5%) believed that the first deciduous tooth should erupt between the age of 5-7 months; the next commonly mentioned time of tooth eruption was 7-9 months of age; and 50.3% of the respondents claimed to have seen a case of prematurely erupted primary teeth.
(3) The increased muscular strength in due to a rise of calcaemia, improved muscle contraction and probably also due to the mentioned nutritional factors.
(4) Direct limiting effects of hypothermia on tissue O2 delivery and muscle oxidative metabolism as well as vasoconstriction and arteriovenous shunting associated with CPB procedures are likely to be involved in the above mentioned alterations of cell metabolism.
(5) In self-opinions on own appearance the children mentioned teeth as a feature which they would like to change as first.
(6) The authors suggest that the outstanding high sensitivity of the above mentioned two tests applied parallelly reveals that they highlights partially different aspects of coronary artery disease, and that is why the overlapping between the methods is relatively small.
(7) Taking into account the calculated volume and considering the triangular image as one face of the particle, it is suggested that eIF-3 has the shape of a flat triangular prism with a height of about 7 nm and the above-mentioned side-lengths.
(8) Subgingival plaque was sampled and the presence or absence of the above mentioned bacteria assessed with BANA reagent cards (Perio Scan).
(9) Four of the tumours, 2 adenomas and 2 intramucosal carcinomas, having a remarkable macroscopic appearance like a large mucosal fold are especially mentioned.
(10) The evaluation of the data of unknown test persons of a pilot study in 96% resulted in a correct classification in patients with heart and circulatory diseases or persons with healthy heart and circulation, the classification in the above mentioned groups of diagnosis was performed on an average to 57%.
(11) The use of UEBP-deficient female rat liver cytosol revealed that the afore-mentioned steroids are ineffective with respect to estrogen reception.
(12) The Guardian neglects to mention 150,000 privately owned guns or that Palestinians are banned from bearing arms.
(13) It is mentioned that the lack of a valuable status for industrial physicians may adversely affect the evolution of training programs in Switzerland.
(14) Essien, by the way, has been decent so far, other than the error just mentioned.
(15) In healthy persons the supernatant of lymphocytes preincubated with PHA and ALG was found to show a stimulating effect to clonogenic properties of marrow progenitors, the mentioned effect being not in proportion to the concentration value.
(16) But mention the words "eurozone crisis" to other Finns, and you could be rewarded with little more than a confused, albeit friendly, smile.
(17) Wimbledon said the world No1 Williams had been suffering from a viral illness and it was a sad and bizarre end to the American’s tournament, not to mention a worrying sight, seeing her hardly able to play.
(18) The essentials of standardizations of bronchial provocation tests from the clinical point of view are mentioned.
(19) However, there's been very little mention of what happened in Manchester today – shame on you.
(20) CoQ10 suppressed the mentioned phenomenon in regenerating liver.
(n.) A total prohibition of intercourse with, use of, or approach to, a given person or thing under pain of death, -- an interdict of religious origin and authority, formerly common in the islands of Polynesia; interdiction.
(v. t.) To put under taboo; to forbid, or to forbid the use of; to interdict approach to, or use of; as, to taboo the ground set apart as a sanctuary for criminals.
(1) Further, the use of food as a reinforcer has been considered taboo by those who use more conventional and restrictive management approaches with Prader-Willi syndrome individuals.
(2) I think we’re finally at a place in culture where a character being gay or lesbian isn’t taboo, especially for teenagers – the target audience for a lot of these summer blockbusters,” says screenwriter Graham Moore, who won an Oscar for the Alan Turing biopic The Imitation Game .
(3) Prolonged breast feeding should be encouraged, child health improved, and research conducted on the traditions, norms, customs, and taboos of target populations.
(4) Since his arrest, a French taboo has been broken and Strauss-Kahn's behaviour towards women, deemed "libertine" by his friends, has been raked over.
(5) It's actually very taboo to stop and say, "OK, I'm in a band and I'm really successful and my boyfriend's a pop star and he's really handsome and lots of girls fancy him, but I don't want to be with him."
(6) In explaining why its Oscar chances had all but disappeared, the Atlantic's Richard Lawson explained last month that as a result of the controversy, the film has "just become something vaguely taboo".
(7) In some ways, Sarkozy broke taboos, on what constitutes a modern family for example.
(8) "Whilst paying for NHS services is a difficult, and for many a taboo subject to debate, we really do have to think about how we move things forward."
(9) In the course of showing us the "dark" side of Scandinavian life, Michael Booth writes that Finland is "burdened by taboos" about the civil war, second world war and cold war ( The dark heart of Scandinavia , 28 January).
(10) This article proposes that a propensity for sexual selection originates in the gene system, and what becomes taboo is acquired through the learning that accompanies the experiences of the individual and culture when sexual selection occurs.
(11) The very possibility of a country leaving the single currency was so taboo as to be unmentionable as recently as a month ago.
(12) Because I feel it’s fair to say that comedy has been a thing, over and over again, that deals with a lot of taboo stuff.
(13) This cross-sex aversion may be a reflection of the incest taboo.
(14) In the thrall of social media and smartphones, we are drip-fed a steady supply of Instagram-filtered intimacy – and in this world, negative emotions and loneliness are taboo.
(15) It seemed as if there were few taboos left, but later this month cable network Showtime begins airing a show that marks another step forward.
(16) Restrictions on local news agencies and newspapers seem to have eased recently with a few going as far as breaking the taboo on reporting the plight of political prisoners or the house arrests of opposition leaders.
(17) The special epidemiology of the disease, the long incubation period, prejudice, and taboo concerning sexuality have constrained constructive and open debate on strategies and approaches.
(18) Traditional black customs, in contrast, place strong taboos on the male's involvement in birth.
(19) Yet the debate avoided a taboo at the heart of the story: the tricky matter of class.
(20) This information model, based on cancer taboo, is largely preferred by these healthy people and is followed by doctors, patients and family members.