(n.) Reception; effect; -- implying the making room for.
(n.) Ordinal relation; position in the order of proceeding; as, he said in the first place.
(n.) Any portion of space regarded as measured off or distinct from all other space, or appropriated to some definite object or use; position; ground; site; spot; rarely, unbounded space.
(n.) A broad way in a city; an open space; an area; a court or short part of a street open only at one end.
(n.) A position which is occupied and held; a dwelling; a mansion; a village, town, or city; a fortified town or post; a stronghold; a region or country.
(n.) Rank; degree; grade; order of priority, advancement, dignity, or importance; especially, social rank or position; condition; also, official station; occupation; calling.
(n.) Vacated or relinquished space; room; stead (the departure or removal of another being or thing being implied).
(n.) A definite position or passage of a document.
(n.) Position in the heavens, as of a heavenly body; -- usually defined by its right ascension and declination, or by its latitude and longitude.
(n.) To assign a place to; to put in a particular spot or place, or in a certain relative position; to direct to a particular place; to fix; to settle; to locate; as, to place a book on a shelf; to place balls in tennis.
(n.) To put or set in a particular rank, office, or position; to surround with particular circumstances or relations in life; to appoint to certain station or condition of life; as, in whatever sphere one is placed.
(n.) To put out at interest; to invest; to loan; as, to place money in a bank.
(n.) To set; to fix; to repose; as, to place confidence in a friend.
(n.) To attribute; to ascribe; to set down.
(1) However, this deficit was observed only when the sample-place preceded but not when it followed the interpolated visits (second experiment).
(2) Cantact placing reaction times were measured in cats which were either restrained in a hammock or supported in a conventional way.
(3) You can see where the religious meme sprung from: when the world was an inexplicable and scary place, a belief in the supernatural was both comforting and socially adhesive.
(4) It would be fascinating to see if greater local government involvement in running the NHS in places such as Manchester leads over the longer term to a noticeable difference in the financial outlook.
(5) Other research has indicated that placing gossypol in the vagina does inhibit the effect of herpes simplex virus type 2 infection, however.
(6) It is a place that occupies two thirds of our planet but very little is known of vast swaths of it.
(7) Under these conditions the meiotic prophase takes place and proceeds to the dictyate phase, obeying a somewhat delayed chronology in comparison with controls in vivo.
(8) As May delivered her statement in the chamber, police helicopters hovered overhead and a police cordon remained in place around Westminster, but MPs from across the political spectrum were determined to show that they were continuing with business as usual.
(9) Small pieces of anterior and posterior quail wing-bud mesoderm (HH stages 21-23) were placed in in vitro culture for up to 3 days.
(10) A specimen of a very early ovum, 4 to 6 days old, shown in the luminal form of imbedding before any hemorrhage has taken place, confirms that the luminal form of imbedding does occur.
(11) I think part of it is you can either go places where that's bound to happen.
(12) Socially acceptable urinary control was achieved in 90 per cent of the 139 patients with active devices in place.
(13) After 1 year, anesthesia was induced with chloralose and an electrode catheter placed at the right ventricular apex.
(14) In both experiments, Gallus males were placed on a commercial feed restriction program in which measured amounts of feed are delivered on alternate days beginning at 4 weeks of age.
(15) These episodes continued for the duration of the suckling test and were enhanced when a second pup was placed on an adjacent nipple.
(16) "This was very strategic and it was in line of the ideology of the Bush administration which has been to put in place a free market and conservative agenda."
(17) In Essex, police are putting on extra patrols during and after England's first match and placing domestic violence intelligence teams in police control rooms.
(18) After a due process hearing, the child was placed in a school for autistic children.
(19) and then placed in the chamber containing a CO atmosphere (0.325-0.375%).
(20) The popularly used procedure in Great Britain is that in which a sheet of Ivalon sponge is sutured to the sacrum and wrapped around the rectum thus anchoring it in place.
(adv.) Alt. of Thereabouts
(1) Though they remained there or thereabouts for a few weeks, a 5-2 home defeat to Arsenal on 26 September was seen as the shape of things to come.
(2) Its continued existence seems like a minor miracle once you've read Rakoff's book, which is set in 1996, or thereabouts.
(3) The US still have question marks about some of the soft goals they can concede, and Gonzalez, for all his promise, tends to be there or thereabouts when crucial mistakes are happening.
(4) "[Police] were in Rebekah's office for two days, thereabouts, when there were three executives in there with them," he said.
(5) The overall loss of iron during the first twelve days or thereabouts is probably not sufficient to require nutritional supplements over this period.
(6) Simon Hopkinson first met Elizabeth David in 1984, or thereabouts, at Hilaire, the Chelsea restaurant of which he was chef.
(7) Beyond the political huffing and puffing, the debate about what Pfizer would have to pay to bag AstraZeneca always seemed straightforward: a bid of £60 a share or thereabouts would be a knockout; anything less and Pfizer would struggle to get an agreement.
(8) On the second leg of my south-north train journey, another 400 miles or thereabouts from London to Edinburgh, once again there was no missing the proliferation of Day-Glo yellow plantations.
(9) I was written about by the Guardian in 1993 or thereabouts,” she replies, “and it wasn’t a positive experience.” The phrase “character assassination” is mentioned.
(10) "3D printing in general has been around since 1986 or thereabouts," says Jake Durrant, senior lecturer at Ravensbourne digital design college.
(11) This approach of isotopic substitution on nitrogen or carbon atoms is of general utility and should allow virtually any proton on a protein of molecular weight 20 000 or thereabout to be selectively observed.
(12) I do need to make sure we are there or thereabouts and that is all I'm asking for," he said.
(13) This year, we will be there or thereabouts financially, but next year will be very challenging.
(14) I think once we get that, we will be there or thereabouts."
(15) I’ve always been there or thereabouts in the squad, but it’s been a big learning curve for myself over the last four or five years,” Hardaker said.
(16) I suggest the hypothesis that bancroftian filariasis, endemic since the early days of slavery in Charleston, South Carolina, disappeared around 1930 by virtue of the long-term effects of a municipal sewerage-water system begun in the 1890s or thereabouts.
(17) We've always been there or thereabouts but we've always had dips.
(18) "You don't really notice him much but he has always been there or thereabouts working his way to the top.
(19) "I can remember one or two in particular where there was no evidence at all against the defendant – the prosecutor couldn't point to anything other than he was there or thereabouts – and I bailed him.
(20) Always search for items under "Newly listed", not "Ending soonest", and try to check eBay with some frequency: bi-hourly, seven days a week or thereabouts.