(adv.) For the greatest part; for the most part; chiefly; in the main.
(1) But Lee is mostly just extremely fed up at the exclusion of sex workers’ voices from much of the conversation.
(2) In 2012, 20% of small and medium-sized businesses were either run solely or mostly by women.
(3) Of the tumor-infiltrating lymphocytes, T-lymphocytes (mostly CD4+ cells) prevailed over B-lymphocytes.
(4) Prevalence of LVH in the hypertensive population varies, mostly because of the different methods used for its diagnosis.
(5) Based on the economics of most countries in Africa, their Health Budgets can afford mostly the non-opioid and strong opioid drugs in more or less adequate quantities.
(6) It mostly happens to strong men whose biceps muscle are contracted and overstretched unexpectedly.
(7) Ranges of V0 in the three fast fibre types mostly overlapped.
(8) The two groups had one thing in common: the casualties' mostly deliberate posttraumatic reaction; there were only 3 patients in a state of helplessness.
(9) they are shown to inhibit in vitro the release of iron from acidified host cell cytosol, consisting mostly of hemoglobin, a process that could provide this trace element to the parasite.
(10) Phosphorylation of serine occurs mostly (Sp H1) or entirely (Sp H2B) on the N-terminal portions of these molecules.
(11) Engineering and physiologic aspects of growth and production processes associated with encapsulated cells, mostly of anchorage-independent type, are reviewed.
(12) "From our perspective our success is mostly a London story.
(13) While estradiol and progesterone passed into both circulations, renin (mostly prorenin) and hCG were secreted predominantly into the maternal circulation.
(14) Qualitative and quantitative anaerobic cultures were performed on faecal samples from 27 normal full-term newborn infants; from 32 preterm infants during intensive or intermediate care, not treated with antibiotics; and from 106 mostly preterm newborns, treated with antibiotics for various reasons.
(15) The chief cells of the rat gastric mucosa, in contrast to the human, did not contain nonspecific esterase and also in them acid phosphatase was mostly lacking.
(16) Stimulation of this mechanism produced an average 58.9% reduction of the heart rate (calculated from 55 responsive points having more than 40% reduction) associated mostly with hypotension, or no change or occasionally a slight increase of the arterial blood pressure.
(17) New insights into the biochemical and cell-biological alterations occurring in articular cartilage during the early phase of osteoarthrosis (OA) have been gained in the past decade by analysing experimentally induced osteoarthrosis in animals, mostly dogs and rabbits, while early phases of OA in humans so far have escaped diagnostic evaluation.
(18) And the idea that it is somehow “unfair” to tax a small number of mostly rich people who were lucky enough to buy houses in central London that have soared in value to over £2m is perverse.
(19) The main abnormality in the MS was a reduction in the proportion of linoleic and arachidonic acids mostly evident in the HDL and in the cholesteryl esters fraction, with a compensatory increase in saturated acids.
(20) Applications from Serbia, which account for 10% of the total, stem mostly from the dissolution of former Yugoslavia: payment of army reservists, access to savings in present-day Bosnia and Herzegovina, pensions in Kosovo.
(a.) Situated at the farthest point or extremity; farthest out; most distant; extreme; as, the utmost limits of the land; the utmost extent of human knowledge.
(a.) Being in the greatest or highest degree, quantity, number, or the like; greatest; as, the utmost assiduity; the utmost harmony; the utmost misery or happiness.
(n.) The most that can be; the farthest limit; the greatest power, degree, or effort; as, he has done his utmost; try your utmost.
(1) Differentiation between these two types of lesions is of utmost importance since the surgical approach will be different.
(2) In order to achieve guineaworm eradication in 1990s, the Guineaworm Eradication Programme (GWEP) should operate with utmost efficiency; and needs to be concurrently evaluated for timely corrective measures.
(3) The pH of the extraction buffer was of the utmost importance, since it was demonstrated that a pH greater than 5 would give rise to false signals.
(4) Whereas live Toxoplasma "vaccines" may be effective in sheep and goats, the eventual preparation of a killed vaccine capable of inducing long-term protection is of the utmost importance.
(5) Despite advantages and technological advances in the techniques of dental casts and ceramics attachment to metal, plastic materials for crown and bridge facetting are still of utmost importance for prosthetic procedures.
(6) * * * Stalker, meanwhile, having made his decision, pursued Tape 042 with the utmost vigour.
(7) Early recognition of the major peroxisomal disorders in which functional peroxisomes are virtually absent, leading to a generalised impairment of peroxisomal functions, is of utmost importance, as this will enable the prenatal diagnosis of these severe diseases in future pregnancies.
(8) It is incumbent on the US, Britain and France to do their utmost to help the country win the peace.
(9) We conclude that the stimulation of Pk-C is of utmost importance for OL regeneration.
(10) However, it is of utmost importance that the institutes in "Eastern Europe" establish these standards as soon as possible in order to be competitive and to be able to join research-projects with "Western" universities - a necessary source of income.
(11) A consultant knowledgeable in the problems of the spinal cord injured can be of utmost benefit especially in the labor and delivery process.
(12) Intubation, artificial ventilation, fluid administration (electrolyte-solution) are of utmost importance for their survival and to reduce the frequency of major complications.
(13) As such, we treat any such allegations with the utmost seriousness and we will be contacting Jess to offer to discuss her concerns in full.” Sutton, in his own statement, said: “I wholeheartedly deny that I said or did anything other than act with complete professionalism in my dealings with Jess.
(14) Incidence of renal hydatid cyst is rare and its diagnosis should be made with the utmost care and after subjecting the patient to intensive investigations to exclude other pathologies.
(15) Both numbering systems initiate at the utmost 5' terminus of mRNA synthesis; this 5' initiator nucleotide is assigned 1.
(16) He fulfilled a difficult role in a progressive and compassionate way … he has done his utmost to transform the CPS's record on rape and domestic violence, delivering improved conviction rates for both.
(17) This is of the utmost importance, both epidemiologically and from the individual patient's point of view, and is a prerequisite in preventing the spread of HIV infection.
(18) This may be partly due to excessive patient fear according to the general belief that the heart is the utmost important part of life.
(19) Vaginal scanning of the ovaries and the uterus is a diagnostic and monitoring tool of utmost importance in assisted conception.
(20) In severe cases where hemorrhages play so large a role, albeit infrequently, the specific action of iron in interference with coagulation mechanisms is of the utmost importance.