(conj.) Considering that; it being the case that; since; -- used to introduce a preamble which is the basis of declarations, affirmations, commands, requests, or like, that follow.
(conj.) When in fact; while on the contrary; the case being in truth that; although; -- implying opposition to something that precedes; or implying recognition of facts, sometimes followed by a different statement, and sometimes by inferences or something consequent.
(1) This trend appeared to reverse itself in the low dose animals after 3 hr, whereas in the high dose group, cardiac output continued to decline.
(2) Patients with papillary carcinoma with a good cell-mediated immune response occurred with much lower infiltration of the tumor boundary with lymphocyte whereas the follicular carcinoma less cell-mediated immunity was associated with dense lymphocytic infiltration, suggesting the biological relevance of lymphocytic infiltration may be different for the two histologic variants.
(3) There was appreciable variation in toothbrush wear among subjects, some reducing their brush to a poor state in 2 weeks whereas with others the brush was rated as "good" after 10 weeks.
(4) The most actively proliferating region of the excurrent duct system is zone 3 of the epididymis, whereas the least active region is the ductuli efferentes.
(5) The newborn with critical AS typically presents with severe cardiac failure and the infant with moderate failure, whereas children may be asymptomatic.
(6) F(420) is photolabile aerobically in neutral and basic solutions, whereas the acid-stable chromophore is not photolabile under these conditions.
(7) Application of 40 microM NiCl2 reversibly blocked It while leaving Is intact, whereas 20 microM CdCl2 reversibly blocked Is, but not It.
(8) When micF was cloned into a high-copy-number plasmid it repressed ompF gene expression, whereas when cloned into a low-copy-number plasmid it did not.
(9) Ethanol and L-ethionine induce acute steatosis without necrosis, whereas azaserine, carbon tetrachloride, and D-galactosamine are known to produce steatosis with varying degrees of hepatic necrosis.
(10) Whereas strain Ga-1 was practically avirulent for mice, strain KL-1 produced death by 21 days in 50% of the mice inoculated.
(11) Eighty-two per cent of patients with falciparum malaria had recently returned from Africa whereas 82% with vivax malaria had visited Asia.
(12) The results indicate that OA-bearing macrophages primed T cells and generated helper T cells, whereas the culture of normal lymphocytes with soluble OA in the absence of macrophages generated suppressor T cells.
(13) After midazolam infusion, there was a 50% decrease in amplitude of P3 in response to target tones (P less than 0.006), whereas N3 latency increased by 40 ms (P less than 0.05).
(14) Maximal yields of lipid and aflatoxin were obtained with 30% glucose, whereas mold growth, expressed as dry weight, was maximal when the medium contained 10% glucose.
(15) Epidermal growth factor reduced plating efficiency by about 50% for A431 cells in different cell cycle phases whereas a slight increase in plating efficiency was seen for SiHa cells.
(16) Peak Expiratory Flow and Forced Expiratory Mean Flows in the ranges 0-25%, 25-50% and 50-75% of Forced Vital Capacity were significantly reduced in animals exposed to gasoline exhaust fumes, whereas the group exposed to ethanol exhaust fumes did not differ from the control group.
(17) When the eye was dissected into anterior uveal, scleral, and retinal complexes, prostaglandin D2 was formed in the highest degree in all the complexes, whereas prostaglandin E2 and F2 alpha formation was specific to given ocular regions.
(18) This mAb inhibited monocyte binding of both soluble FITC-labeled IgA and IgA-coated E, whereas it did not inhibit IgG binding.
(19) Chloroquine induced large cytoplasmic vacuoles, whereas the other drugs (quinacrine, 4,4'-diethylaminoethoxyhexestrol, chlorphentermine, iprindole, 1-chloro-amitriptyline, clomipramine) caused formation of lamellated or crystalloid inclusions as usually seen in drug-induced lipidosis.
(20) hypoglossal nucleus), whereas in other areas the angiotensinogen gene was expressed only in a certain population of glial cells.
(adv.) With which; -- used relatively.
(adv.) With what; -- used interrogatively.
(n.) The necessary means or instrument.
(1) "I don't know whether the government has the wherewithal to help and I know it's a struggle.
(2) The wherewithal has somehow been found to build two tracts of considerately single-storey public housing.
(3) The fact is that, for whatever reason, Emwazi has it within his persona the wherewithal to murder the innocent.
(4) And both have the wherewithal to seize the prize: Atlético have just won the Spanish league; Real have the upper hand in the head-to-heads this year.
(5) I had reservations about it, but you can have a more mature 14-year-old walk through the door and do a better audition and have the kind of wherewithal you would expect a 17-year-old to have.
(6) Whenever I think of carers and their management, I always think of Peter Thompson's magisterial account of the First World War entitled Lions Led By Donkeys, which neatly encapsulates the lack of wherewithal the further up the chain of command one goes.
(7) It’s the only place where silence is mandatory and generalised rather than an accidental moment in-between bursts of activity, and it requires great skills of concentration and inner stillness to develop the wherewithal to take your book or your work to a library table and sit down and study without surfing the web, shooting off a text or gabbling about nothing to your friends.
(8) I have got to know Farhad well over the last 18 months and his football knowledge, financial wherewithal and true blue spirit have convinced me that he is the right man to support Everton.” Moshiri added: “I am delighted to take this opportunity to become a shareholder in Everton, with its rich heritage as one of Europe’s leading football clubs.
(9) I have got to know Farhad well over the last 18 months and his football knowledge, financial wherewithal and true-blue spirit have convinced me that he is the right man to support Everton.
(10) Love, commitment and financial wherewithal are no longer sufficient.
(11) Affluence provides financial wherewithal to secure an adequate diet.
(12) The vast array of free tissue options available to reconstructive surgeons plus our knowledge of vascular systems now provide us with the wherewithal to not only fill a defect but to do so aesthetically and with minimal donor site morbidity.
(13) When I was 12 … I carried a copy of Aladdin Sane around with me – a full two years before I had the wherewithal to play it,” she said.
(14) As a result, the burden of paying for public goods such as education, health and housing is increasingly shouldered by taxpayers on average incomes, who don’t have the wherewithal to sustain them.
(15) So, it is difficult to entirely protect our community from this kind of act, but we do have extremely professional, very thorough, very capable police and security agencies, and I am confident that we have the wherewithal to do what we need to do to keep our community safe.” On Saturday, the country’s justice minister said bills giving authorities greater powers to deal with terrorism would be introduced into parliament next week.
(16) Katter said there were “28 major people who have got the wherewithal to start mining [the Galilee] tomorrow – I’m not saying they will but they could if they wanted to”.
(17) Socialist countries having the material wherewithal and cultural wealth to maintain their populations have a genuine interest in population growth and maternity is therefore encouraged.
(18) I've made no bones about it that I would use the wherewithal provided by the European parliament to go round Britain and campaign against Britain's membership of the European Union.
(19) It must speak of what happened, of what it knows, for the very reason that silence – the removal of the will and wherewithal to speak, and the fear of never being listened to or believed – was the ultimate aim of that system of dehumanisation Nazism embraced, and the proof it had succeeded.
(20) Due to financial constraints in the aftermath of the international financial crisis, the fees local authorities pay for care home places have reduced by 5% in real terms over three years while non-discretionary costs of wages, energy, food have risen.” Payroll is the biggest single cost item for operators, he adds, accounting for about 60% of their overheads: “So when the minimum wage increases without a corresponding increase in fees for care, it is a significant problem that will threaten the viability of many homes if it continues.” However, Vaughan believes these comments from Four Seasons are a “bit rich” as, he says, “care home providers who run 40-60 homes or larger probably do have the wherewithal to pay the living wage”.