(adv.) In a sore manner; grievously; painfully; as, to be sorely afflicted.
(1) In the HCD group, 66 (86.8%) pressure sores improved compared with 36 (69.2%) pressure sores in the wet-to-dry dressings group.
(2) Both beds are excellent in preventing Pressure Sores.
(3) Most infections have flu-like symptoms including fever, coughing, sore throat, runny nose, and aches and pains.
(4) Plastic surgeons have contributed to the understanding of pressure sore pathophysiology and prophylaxis.
(5) A review of 103 surgically closed pressure sores shows unsatisfactory results.
(6) A 50-year-old woman with a 27-year history of ankylosing spondylitis developed cricoarytenoid joint arthritis that was indicated by hoarseness, sore throat, and vocal cord fixation.
(7) As the metaphors we are using to conduct it show, the migration debate in Britain is sorely in need of some perspective.
(8) Subjects with cancer were paired with subjects without cancer based on age (mean = 78), sex, and pressure sore risk.
(9) The pressure sore resulted from the commonly practised habit of grasping the upright of the wheel chair with the upper arm in order to gain stability.
(10) I was sorely tempted but in the end I simply paid the fine.
(11) Sore arm after vaccination was reported most frequently in younger female participants; however, sore arm was accepted as part of the process of vaccination and not considered a reaction by most.
(12) Systematic, prospective epidemiological studies of these agents in well-defined populations of various age groups are sorely needed for definition of the relative importance of each agent in human disease.
(13) Instead of pulling off a rapprochement, the Brown ended up opening a new sore and he is, in all likelihood, on another collision course with his backbenchers, who have already recoiled from attempts to attach conditions to other welfare reforms.
(14) The proportion of culture sore-throat patients returned to the original 55% level after an initial period of enthusiasm.
(15) Experts have said that Apple sorely needed to produce a phone with music capabilities as long-term protection for the lucrative iPod, which has helped boost the company's profits to record levels.
(16) The least severe sore (type 1) can be protected using polyurethane film dressings.
(17) Two ten-minute rapid tests for diagnosing Group A streptococcal pharyngitis in 147 emergency department patients with a complaint of sore throat were evaluated using positive throat cultures as the marker for disease.
(18) A few minutes after sucking a lozenge for a sore throat a 68-year-old man developed an anaphylactic shock.
(19) The general election result was, of course, crushing for Labour MPs south of the border as well as north, and the wounds are still very open and very sore.
(20) We discuss some epidemiological aspects and diagnostic difficulties resulting from a changing clinical pattern of the disease, and emphasize the need for streptococcal sore throat treatment and continuous secondary prophylaxis to prevent recurrences.
(adv.) In an utter manner; to the full extent; fully; totally; as, utterly ruined; it is utterly vain.
(1) In the experiments to be reported here, computer-averaged EMG data were obtained from PCA of native speakers of American English, Japanese, and Danish who uttered test words embedded in frame sentences.
(2) This study examined the frequency of occurrence of velar deviations in spontaneous single-word utterances over a 6-month period for 40 children who ranged in age from 1:11 (years:months) to 3:1 at the first observation.
(3) Her speech suggested the kind of Republican who would truly "raise the conversation", and if it seems like settling to want an opposition party to simply not be so utterly vindictive, well, yes, I will settle for that.
(4) Theresa May has shown a complete and utter lack of interest in Northern Ireland since taking office.
(5) The results of the present study focused on differences in types of self-touching by patients and physicians, semantic content of utterances when self-touching was displayed, and temporal location of self-touching within the speech stream.
(6) A single-subject design was applied to study increase in functional use of language by a 14-yr.-old Down Syndrome girl from a mean length of utterance of 1.3 words to 4.4 in a classroom, 5.1 in the restaurant, and 4.7 during transportation.
(7) The media is utterly self-obsessed and we get more ink than perhaps we should do.
(8) Instead, because of other people, it all too often becomes something else: a complete and utter hell.
(9) Three male and 2 female subjects produced six repetitions of 12 utterances that were initiated and terminated by vowels and consonants of differing phonetic features.
(10) The infant, who was utterly small for his gestational age, showed an aberrant motoric pattern and a high forehead, low-set ears, a prominent occiput and scoliosis, an extension defect in the knee joints and flexed, ulnar-deviated wrists.
(11) "How these union bosses get elected, how they raise money, how they disperse money is a complete and utter mystery.
(12) Thus in your own words you have said why it was utterly inappropriate for you to use the platform of a Pac hearing in this way.” He suggested that many professionals were “in despair at the lack of understanding and cheap haranguing which characterise your manner” after a series of hearings at which Hodge has led fierce interrogations of senior business figures and others.
(13) Much of the research dealing with linguistic dimensions in stuttering has emphasized the various aspects of grammar, particularly as these aspects contribute to the meaning of utterances.
(14) That's completely and utterly grotesque and, no matter how proud we all are in the labour movement that the minimum wage exists, not a single day goes by that we shouldn't be disgusted with ourselves for that.
(15) The changes in Parkinsonian subjects of the cross-sectional area during the utterance of sustained sounds are attributed to both Parkinsonian tremor and rigidity.
(16) Too distressed to utter more than a single word - "Devastated" - in the immediate aftermath of her withdrawal, a pale and red-eyed Radcliffe emerged yesterday to give her version of the events that ended the attempt to crown her career with a gold medal.
(17) Informed sources in Germany said Merkel was livid about the reports that the NSA had bugged her phone and was convinced, on the basis of a German intelligence investigation, that the reports were utterly substantiated.
(18) | Hugh Muir Read more Wherever Labour people gather to discuss how to break out of the vice tightening around the party, answers fail amid sighs of utter despair.
(19) The IFS says similar declines emerge if you set the figure as low as 40% of median income – utterly refuting Nick Clegg's toxic line dismissing the threshold as just "poverty plus a pound" .
(20) "Public sector workers and their families are utterly shocked by Jeremy Clarkson's revolting comments.