(v. t.) Done with, and marked by, artful and dexterous secrecy; subtle; as, a sly trick.
(v. t.) Light or delicate; slight; thin.
(1) High pressure liquid chromatography combined with radioimmunoassay showed marked heterogeneity of SPLI and SLI.
(2) Evidence of the industrial panic surfaced at Digital Britain when Sly Bailey, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, suggested that national newspaper websites that chased big online audiences have "devalued news" , whatever that might mean.
(3) "It is incredibly hard work," she says with a sly grin.
(4) The concentration of somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (SLI) was determined by specific radioimmunoassay in the cerebroventricular fluid of patients with tumours of the basal midline and compared to findings in patients with multiple sclerosis.
(5) These neurons are known to also contain somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (SLI).
(6) "Everyone calls him the Socialist Worker Padre," one bland senior cleric told me with a sly and dismissive laugh.
(7) Minimal pairs differing only in the voicing feature of the initial consonant were produced by four SLI and four language-matched NL children.
(8) We studied the effect of tetrahydroaminoacridine (THA) on cerebrospinal fluid somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (CSF-SLI) in probable Alzheimer disease (AD) patients (n = 20) who took part in an open THA treatment trial.
(9) The characteristics of children with specific language impairment (SLI) attending four language units in the north-west of England are examined.
(10) This work was undertaken to study the effect of glucose on pancreaticoduodenal and peripheral venous somatostatin-like immunoreactivity (SLI) levels in dogs.
(12) Grigson is clearly relishing the task ahead, having already toured major investors and playing a key role in the pay dispute, which ultimately resulted in Sly Bailey stepping down after a decade running the publisher of the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror, People and 140 regional newspapers late on Thursday.
(13) The most conspicuous feature of the elution profiles was the preponderance of the peak coeluting with synthetic somatostatin-14, whereas the peaks comigrating with synthetic somatostatin-28 and attributable to precursor-like SLI represented only minor or trace amounts of total immunoreactivity.
(14) Yet the whole thing was sly and subversive, for it whispered, see, see what you have been missing.
(15) The provision of structure in the form of thematically related toy sets, instructions, and modeling did not reduce the discrepancy between demonstrated play behaviors of toddlers with SLI-E and their normally developing peers.
(16) SLI levels were found to be significantly lower on day 4 after delivery, compared to 3-4 months later.
(17) There was a weak but statistically significant correlation between SLI values in CSF and neuropsychological test scores.
(18) The ME was microdissected for determination of SLI content.
(19) Sly Bailey, the chief executive of Trinity Mirror, said that the company made £25m in savings and would have increased adjusted operating profits year-on-year if not for a £22m rise in newsprint prices.
(20) A great interindividual variation in SLI levels was observed (a range of 0.02 to 5.30 nanograms per milligram of weight).
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(1) Thus, the estimation of the STI proved helpful and reliable in the early detection of incipient heart failure and in the selection of high risk patients in children receiving ADR treatment.
(2) Systolic time intervals (STI) of the right ventricle, however, were not influenced by the beam angle.
(3) Since 2007, MSF has opened family support centres and clinics around the country where survivors can access first aid, psychological treatment, HIV and STI medication, vaccinations and emergency contraception.
(4) Running speech was used as input signal and STI was calculated from the envelopes of the squared, noise-free speech signal and of the processed, squared, noisy signal in 23 critical bands.
(5) In studies in calcium-free tissue bath solutions, the direct contractile action of STI was abolished; however, its amplification of responses to norepinephrine remained, suggesting that this latter effect of STI is not entirely dependent upon calcium influx into vascular smooth muscle cells.
(6) In the saline groups there was a marked decrease in breaking strength at 24 and 72 h. Most of the strength was restored at 120 h. The metalloproteinase inhibitor tiopronin, which in a previous study had diminished the decrease in breaking strength at 24 h, was without effect at 72 h. Rats given STI, which is a group-specific serine proteinase inhibitor, had substantially higher values of breaking strength than saline-treated controls at 24 and 72 h. At 120 h no difference was found.
(7) STI and thiopental plasma levels were measured before induction and when corneal reflex and trapezius muscle response, indicators of anesthetic depth equivalent to response to surgical stimulation, were lost.
(8) This strain produced STI as determined by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay.
(9) Heart rates, blood pressures and systolic time intervals (STI) were measured in relation to exercise tolerance and capacity.
(10) Now, however, STI are being used increasingly in clinical pharmacological studies.
(11) Incubation for 18 hours at 37 degrees C of the strain-producer (STI-1) and a double immunization scheme with the antigen obtained proved to be the most rational conditions for inducing the immunological response in the vaccinated laboratory animals.
(12) The accuracy of STI parameters in predicting the presence of coronary disease was poor (less than 60%).
(13) Although physiological variables other than myocardial contractility, such as preload and afterload may influence STI during +Gz the effects of +Gz on stroke volume (SV) and cardiac output (CO) were estimated using previously described relationships between STI and invasively determined indices of cardiovascular function.
(14) Impedance cardiography was used for non-invasive determinations of systolic time intervals (STI) and cardiac output.
(15) The data suggests that the usual therapeutic doses of these cardiac glycosides do not cause significant changes in the peripheral circulation in patients with compensated coronary heart disease, but their action on STI is quite marked, showing a positive inotropic effect.
(16) On each occasion, the heart rate, systolic time intervals (STI) and systemic arterial blood pressure were monitored non-invasively.
(17) STI and DTI were measured from the simultaneous recordings of the apexcardiogram, carotid arterial pulse, electrocardiogram and phonocardiogram.
(18) We used STI's as parameters of cardiac performance.
(19) Measurement of STI may be a valuable tool in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac tamponade.
(20) In dogs with larger infarcts, STx, STy, and STM were significantly larger than in those with smaller infarcts both 15 min and 4 h after embolization.