A FOREIGN yachtsman had to be rescued after his anchorless
craft got into difficulty twice within nine hours.
To many conservatives, the public trust doctrine is an anchorless
doctrine that is anti-democratic and an easy way to evade critically important property protections.
She describes her current situation as being adrift, anchorless
in a running sea.
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Over time, what we see is a total erosion of values, without which societies are anchorless
," she added.
Spontaneous generation of anchorless
prions in transgenic mice.
Roger Cohen of the New York Times tried to hide his pro-Israel tendencies in his latest piece titled "An Anchorless
World" where he mourned the absence of an American role although he did quote an opinion poll indicating that one third of the Americans do not want their country to play any part in foreign conflicts.
Macleod may no longer be a boy but he still seems anchorless
- which is good news for music fans.
1,2) This has led to renewed interest in anchorless
repair constructs, such as the traditional transosseous repair, as newly available instrumentation have made it possible to accomplish this arthroscopically at a potentially lower cost.
25 sindhum dirt), but there is no reason to think that the word has this meaning in our passage: the Asvins perform their rescuing feats in various locations, some of them quite bizarre (for instance, Bhujyu is drowning anarambhane tamasi "in the anchorless
However, an anchorless
SLM-based process (ASLM) able to build complex parts has been developed by researchers at the UK-based University of Sheffield (sheffield.
Inhibition of cell surface export of group A streptococcal anchorless
surface dehydrogenase affects bacterial adherence and antiphagocytic properties.