(a.) Pertaining to the origin or beginning; preceding all others; first in order; primitive; primary; pristine; as, the original state of man; the original laws of a country; the original inventor of a process.
(a.) Not copied, imitated, or translated; new; fresh; genuine; as, an original thought; an original process; the original text of Scripture.
(a.) Having the power to suggest new thoughts or combinations of thought; inventive; as, an original genius.
(a.) Before unused or unknown; new; as, a book full of original matter.
(n.) Origin; commencement; source.
(n.) That which precedes all others of its class; archetype; first copy; hence, an original work of art, manuscript, text, and the like, as distinguished from a copy, translation, etc.
(n.) An original thinker or writer; an originator.
(n.) A person of marked eccentricity.
(n.) The natural or wild species from which a domesticated or cultivated variety has been derived; as, the wolf is thought by some to be the original of the dog, the blackthorn the original of the plum.
(1) Our results suggest that the peripheral sensitivity to hypoxia declined more than that to CO2, implying a peripheral chemoreceptor origin for hypoxic ventilatory decline.
(2) These immunocytochemical studies clearly demonstrated that cells encountered within the fibrous intimal thickening in the vein graft were inevitably smooth muscle cell in origin.
(3) The nuclear origin of the Ha antigen was confirmed by the speckled nuclear immunofluorescence staining pattern given by purified antibody to Ha obtained from a specific immune precipitate.
(4) The origin of the aorta and pulmonary artery from the right ventricle is a complicated and little studied congenital cardiac malformation.
(5) The origins of aging of higher forms of life, particularly humans, is presented as the consequence of an evolved balance between 4 specific kinds of dysfunction-producing events and 4 kinds of evolved counteracting effects in long-lived forms.
(6) These cells contained organelles characteristic of the maturation stage ameloblast and often extended to the enamel surface, suggesting a possible origin from the ameloblast layer.
(7) We conclude that chloramphenicol resistance encoded by Tn1696 is due to a permeability barrier and hypothesize that the gene from P. aeruginosa may share a common ancestral origin with these genes from other gram-negative organisms.
(8) Typological and archaeological investigations indicate that the church building represents originally the hospital facility for the lay brothers of the monastery, which according to the chronicle of the monastery was built in the beginning of the 14th century.
(9) Plasma NPY correlated better with plasma norepinephrine than with epinephrine, indicating its origin from sympathetic nerve terminals.
(10) Interadjudicator agreement was stronger on 'originality' than on 'aesthetic pleasingness'.
(11) One rare case of blind-ending branch originating in the upper third of the ureter are described.
(12) It is my desperate hope that we close out of town.” In the book, God publishes his own 'It Getteth Better' video and clarifies his original writings on homosexuality: I remember dictating these lines to Moses; and afterward looking up to find him staring at me in wide-eyed astonishment, and saying, "Thou do knowest that when the Israelites read this, they're going to lose their fucking shit, right?"
(13) As the requirements to store and display these images increase, the following questions become important: (a) What methods can be used to ensure that information given to the physician represents the originally acquired data?
(14) The condition is compared to extrahepatic and intrahepatic biliary atresia of man and evidence is presented for regarding this case to be one of extrahepatic origin.
(15) The position of the cyst supports the theory that branchial cysts are congenital in origin.
(16) heterografts of GW-39, a CEA-producing colonic tumor of human origin, was demonstrated in radioimmunoassay using radioiodinated CEA purified from GW-39.
(17) The committee reviewed the history, original intent, current purpose, and effectiveness of meetings held on the unit; when problems were identified, suggestions for change were formulated.
(18) The relative strength of the progressions varies with excitation wavelength and this, together with the absence of a common origin, indicates the existence of two independent emitting states with 0-0' levels separated by either 300 or 1000 cm-1.
(19) Sickle and normal discocytes both showed membrane elasticity with reversion to original cell shape following release of the cell from its aspirated position at the pipette tip.
(20) With respect to family environment, a history of sexual abuse was associated with perceptions that families of origin had less cohesion, more conflict, less emphasis on moral-religious matters, less emphasis on achievement, and less of an orientation towards intellectual, cultural, and recreational pursuits.
(n.) An original or model after which anything is copied; the pattern of anything to be engraved, or otherwise copied, cast, or the like; a primary form; exemplar; archetype.
(1) Variability (CV = 0.7%) in body volume of a 45-year-old reference man measured by SH method was very similar to variation (CV = 0.6%) in mass volume of the 60-1 prototype.
(2) Infants were habituated to models posing either prototypically positive displays (e.g., happy expressions) or positive expression blends (e.g., mock surprise).
(3) The nucleotide and amino acid sequences of the M RNA of Bunyamwera virus (prototype of the serogroup) and snowshow hare and La Crosse viruses (California serogroup) (Lees et al., 1986; Eshita and Bishop, 1984; Grady et al., 1987) were compared to those of Germiston virus.
(4) There are several known enzymes recognizing the same sequence, although the prototype NarI and isoschizomers NdaI and NunII cleave the substrate to produce 5'-protruding ends, whereas cleavage with isoschizomer BbeI results in 3'-protruding ends.
(5) The two new genome types differ from the prototype Ad7c virus in having two (Ad7c1) or one (Ad7c2) extra cleavage sites for the restriction endonuclease EcoRI.
(6) This entity belongs to the group of endocrine duodenal ulcer diatheses of which the Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome (ZES) is the prototype.
(7) We compared viral DNA sequences in prototype EBV strains with data presented in the Virology paper.
(8) Results of a four year clinical study of the prototype involving 1743 patients are reported.
(9) This assay is a prototype study of human response to therapy in relation to tumor antigen and host response, as measured by a nonspecific tumor associated antigen.
(10) From these 26 responses the authors have structured a prototypic call schedule and presented its application.
(11) Two different prototypes of columella materials made from aluminum oxide ceramics were newly designed by the author for ossicular reconstruction.
(12) The sequence of molecular clones of the genome of MVM(i), a lymphotropic variant of minute virus of mice, was determined and compared with that of MVM(p), the fibrotropic prototype strain.
(13) The prototype system, which can operate from 2 Hz to 10 kHz, covers most of the frequency range of interest in the encephalographic research.
(14) The optical and thermic properties of the catheter prototypes were determined by physical methods.
(15) A prototype system, termed an acoustic plethysmograph, was built and used to measure the volume of newborn miniature pigs.
(16) A Spinal Pedicle Finder (S.P.F) has been designed for transpedicular screws and a prototype has been completed.
(17) Serogrouping of Bacteroides nodosus is based on antigenic differences in fimbriae of the different New Zealand prototype strains.
(18) We suggest that GHB may serve as the prototype for a new class of hypnotic compounds derived from natural sources and capable of activating the neurological mechanisms of normal human sleep.
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(20) Strains of AV10, 24, and 27 were identical or only slightly different from the respective prototypes.