(a.) Possessing or exhibiting valor; brave; courageous; valiant; intrepid.
(1) A valoration of the different diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and also the different etiologic and clinical possibilities is done.
(2) He was awarded the Intelligence Star for Valor for his role in the rescue.
(3) Asentamientos informales en la periferia de la ciudad continúan creciendo, mientras que el valor de las propiedades en las zonas centrales suba rápidamente.
(4) As Jere Longman would write in the New York Times: “In a country where it is considered valorous to pass up the annual vacation for more work, Hiddink seemed to be having too much fun.” But the manager was not the only one enjoying himself after the World Cup had begun.
(5) In Argo, we have yet another instance where the public has been denied of an opportunity for all Americans to learn of an American Latino's valor, talent, and patriotism.
(6) The recognition and valorization of central supply area is an important aspect to diminish the nurses stress.
(7) Aunque la comida es parte importante de la cultura mexicana (desde 2010, la cocina mexicana ha sido reconocida por la Unesco como “herencia cultural intangible”), la zona central de la ciudad fue reconocida como la zona con mayor concentración de vendedores ambulantes en 2010, lo cual probablemente conduce a un elevado consumo de alimentos de bajo valor nutritivo.
(8) We came to the conclusion that the valorization of mitral regurgitation made by both techniques is not accurately comparable, existing undervaluation in transthoracic echocardiography.
(9) PASSING is based on Social Role Valorization, an internationally influential theoretical and philosophical approach to structuring human services, particularly services for persons with handicaps or other potentially devaluing conditions.
(10) : line, hand pressure, area of the drawing, dimensions of the figures, distribution, and shading) as well as with respect to contents factors, such as spatial representation and cotwin's valorization.
(11) The issues of client self-rating, variation in levels of abstraction among listed problems, interaction between problems, reliability, and valor to IPR's adoption in clinical practice and treatment evaluations.
(12) Catch well, catch often, comrades (and join Team Valor).
(13) We consider of great interest to value some circumstances of the febrile convulsions, which could be worth for valorating recidives.
(14) Nicolas Lopez, analyst at Madrid broker M&G Valores, said the data was encouraging: All the indicators point to a turnaround, and that we're entering in to growth.
(15) This scheme describes the basic principles for orientation of residents: systematic learning and training of laboratory technology, acquisition of experience in organization and valorizing this activity, introduction to methods and practice of quality control and administration of laboratory activity.
(16) Removing the flag from this state’s capitol would not be an act of political correctness; it would not be an insult to the valor of Confederate soldiers.
(17) When you ask me what it symbolizes, it symbolizes, in a personal way, the courage and the valor of my ancestors, who in their time did what they believed was the right thing to do.” Jones, 73, who runs a chain of “Cooter’s Place” outlets in the south that sell Dukes memorabilia including Confederate flag license plates , said the flag had a place in southern culture that had become detached from its history as a battle flag – and from the question of race and racism.
(18) The obtained conclusions are used for a valorization of the hyposensibilisation allergen Desalerga A which is produced by the firm USOL.
(19) Gasometric and spirometric measures were taken in addition to clinical evaluation at hospital admission and discharge using a numerical valoration system.
(20) Speaking from the Oval Office on Thursday, Barack Obama said: “It is a heartbreaking circumstance for these individuals who have served our country with great valor to be killed in this fashion.” Obama said the families of the victims had “our full support as they try to overcome the grief that’s involved here”.
(a.) Having the form or nature of vapor.
(a.) Full of vapors or exhalations.
(a.) Producing vapors; hence, windy; flatulent.
(a.) Unreal; unsubstantial; vain; whimsical.
(1) In contrast, in paraffin as well as in frozen sections of chick oviduct, fixed by immersion or in vapor, PR was exclusively nuclear, including in the absence of progesterone, and the intensity of immunostaining was not modified by progesterone treatment.
(2) Fischer 344 rats and B6C3F1 mice were exposed for 2 years to vapors of tetranitromethane at concentrations below (0.5 ppm) and slightly above (2 or 5 ppm) the current U.S. recommended occupational exposure limit.
(3) During suction a flow of cold, dry room air replaces the warm, moist cavity air, causing cooling both directly and by vaporization of water.
(4) We have investigated the whole-body dermal penetration of styrene, xylene, toluene, perchloroethylene, benzene, halothane, hexane, and isoflurane in rats and compared the permeability constants with available human studies on vapor penetration.
(5) The reductions are carried out at the nanogram to microgram level with borane, reacting the solid sample with condensed reagent vapor.
(6) Their effect of vaporizing and ablating (photodecomposing) thrombi and their thermal injuring effect on adjacent tissues were compared and assessed in order to select optimal laser with little thermal injuring and more rapid vaporizing or ablating thrombi effect for laser angioplasty.
(7) This was possible because the Ara test, for volatile compounds (such as vinyl bromide), did not require the use of special vaporization techniques, which are difficult to evaluate quantitatively for mutagenic activity.
(8) The vaporization effect is identical to that obtained with the isolated CO2 laser; the quality of haemostasis is limited to the effects of the Nd-YAG laser.
(9) The retrograde transport of receptor-bound opiate was markedly enhanced in the vagus nerves of rats housed for 25 days in an atmosphere of ethanol vapor.
(10) Enflurane anaesthesia with the vaporizer out of circle is recommended for routine surgical procedures.
(11) The battery-powered devices which let users inhale a vaporized liquid nicotine solution instead of tobacco smoke are the subject of a major medical report commissioned by the French health ministry and delivered on Tuesday.
(12) Tissue effects on peritoneal structures of rabbits with laparoscopic firing of this new laser demonstrated the ability to accomplish surface vaporization without bowel perforation or penetration greater than 2 mm.
(13) Carbon dioxide laser vaporization may be a useful alternative to frequently unsuccessful traditional surgical forms of therapy for selective cases of classical lymphangioma circumscriptum.
(14) Laser vaporization (LV) of the esophageal tumor and placement of an endoesophageal prosthesis (EEP) represents a new combination for palliation of MEO.
(15) The vapor was generated by passing air over arsenolite (As2O3, s) at various flow rates and temperatures, passed through a particulate filter and then was collected in a series of chilled Greenburg-Smith impingers.
(16) Such an analyser (Capnomac, Datex) was tested while performing two errors: a) erroneous selection of the agent on the analyser, the vaporizer being filled with the correct agent; b) total or partial filling of the vaporizer (Vapor 19, Dräger) with an incorrect agent, the analyser being set for the agent the vaporizer was specified for.
(17) The exposures were started at 2300 h. Generation of vapor was stopped after 1 h. Motor activity of the animals during the exposures was measured with a Doppler radar.
(18) Crystals of the recombinant 28 kDa glutathione S-transferase from Schistosoma mansoni have been obtained by the hanging-drop method of vapor diffusion from ammonium sulfate solutions.
(19) Similar autografts stored in liquid nitrogen vapor for one to 28 days without the cryopreservative DMSO exhibited a zero to 12.5% patency rate at one year.
(20) In contrast, pups exposed daily to ethanol vapor regularly achieved blood alcohol concentrations in excess of 250 mg%, but experienced only minimal growth retardation.