(adv.) Upon which; in consequence of which; after which.
(1) The animals were killed after an abstinence of 4 weeks, whereupon the concentrations of noradrenaline (NA), dopamine (DA), serotonin (5-HT) and 5-hydroxyindole acetic acid (5-HIAA) were determined in the frontal cortex.
(2) Whereupon Madonna's PR guy Trevor Neilson (who doesn't seem to be too great at his job judging by the way in which a routine baby-hugging photo-op has descended into a hilarious international shitshow) hit back, giving quotes to The Globe and Mail reporter Geoffrey York.
(3) The hormone-receptor complexes are then translocated to the nucleus, in an "activated" form, whereupon they are bound to the target cell genome.
(4) Thresholds for the response are near 0.05 mA and the stimulus intensity curve is linear to 0.4 mA whereupon the pressure rise and tachycardia begin to approach a plateau value.
(5) In three patients, carbamazepine was withdrawn, whereupon the deposits disappeared in two and decreased in the third, who changed to another drug.
(6) The first of them came after 90 seconds, when, taking a free kick from the edge of the penalty box, his feint drew Johnston aside in the wall, whereupon Hidegkuti shot through the gap, to beat Gil Merrick, an erratic keeper that day.
(7) After observing a couple of weeks of bickering over who would get what time, we threatened to remove them again, whereupon the boys negotiated with each other and came up with an equitable time-sharing agreement.
(8) The scheme is as follows; phosphatidylcholine associated with high density lipoproteins exchanges with the erythrocyte membrane phospholipids, the neutral phospholipids undergo two dimensional translational and rotational motion and also flip between each layer of the bilayer thus becoming exposed to an intracellularly-located phospholipase-D, whereupon the choline is hydrolysed and released into the intracellular milieu.
(9) Nitrogen balances were not significantly different unless analysis of covariance was used to adjust for the nitrogen intakes, whereupon all treatment groups showed improved balance, especially the animals treated with the low IGF-I dose and des(1-3)IGF-I (both P less than 0.01).
(10) The ether phospholipid platelet-activating factor (PAF) has been generally assumed to be released into the extracellular environment by the cells of origin, whereupon it effects its well-known mediator functions.
(11) Whereupon Gore uttered the immortal phrase: "But what about the Dingle-Norwood bill?"
(12) Severe leucopenia was observed in 2 patients, whereupon therapy was definitely withdrawn.
(13) Whereupon Gove went back into his customary role of baiting Hunt for making up Labour's education policy on the hoof.
(14) We report a case of a 20-year-ol women whose pineal region tumour was irradiated, whereupon a unilateral low-frequency resting and intention tremor developed.
(15) In the disk, the region proximal to the RNA binding site is in a random coil until the RNA binds, whereupon the 24 residues involved build a well-defined structure, thereby encapsulating the RNA.
(16) The latter increased again rapidly to rates above normal until antigen expression reached normal level, whereupon the protein synthesis rate decreased to normal.
(17) The temperature of dispersions caused no increase in CF release until the gel-to-liquid crystalline transition temperature was exceeded (54.6 degrees C), whereupon a 20% increase in leakage was observed after 80 min of nebulization.
(18) The key step in the preparation of 15 was the epoxide-ring opening of methyl 2,3-anhydro-4-O-benzyl-6-deoxy-alpha-L-gulopyranoside with KHF2 in ethylene glycol, whereupon 2-fluoro-alpha-L-idopyranoside was obtained.
(19) It is concluded that inhibition of thrombin adsorbed on the heparin surface occurs as follows: Added AT adheres to high affinity heparin fragments on the surface whereupon adsorbed thrombin migrates in the hydrophilic heparin coating towards the reaction site of AT and becomes inhibited.
(20) They made the second round for the first time in 2002, whereupon a combined South Korea & Matchday Officials outfit breezed past Italy and Spain to make the semis.
(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”.