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Per`i`pher´ic


a.1.See Peripheral.
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Kernan WN, Ovbagele B, Black HR,Bravata DM, Chimowitz MI, Ezekowitz MD, Fang MC, Fisher M, Furie KL, Heck DV Johnston SC, Kasner SE, Kittner SJ, Mitchell PH; Rich MW, Richardson D, Schwamm LH, Wilson JA; American Heart Association Stroke Council, Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing, Council on Clinical Cardiology, and Council on Peripheric Vascular Disease.
Compared with T0 and T1, the difference in exchangeable Na in the T3 treatment was higher from day 42 on, except for days 71, 253, 288 and 316, which suggested that the peripheric volume of the plagioclase crystals was being solubilized (Figure 2).
We describe an 81-year-old female patient with cortical infarct who presented with sudden onset isolated foot drop that easily interfered with peripheric nerve lesions.
Tenders are invited for Construction of Bulk Service And Development Works Including Stp Water Supply Line Sewer Line Drainage Installation Of Sewer Treatment Plant 250 Kld Ug Sump I/C Peripheric Security Light And Stp Electrical Items Etc At 18Th Bn Itbp Allahabad
The clinical findings specific for this stage are plaque or nodule-like multiple skin lesions that are smaller than eritema migrans and farther than the location of the tick bite, carditis, aseptic meningitis, facial paralysis, peripheric neuropathy transverse myelitis may be monitored.
The origin of the structural relation between migration and globalization resides in the unequal economic and social development between states, and the differences in the price of labor between peripheric and core countries.
In this respect, the famous Foucaudian description of the panopticon prison in Discipline and Punish bears further examination: "The Panopticon is a machine for dissociating the see/being seen dyad: in the peripheric ring, one is totally seen, without ever seeing; in the central tower, one sees everything without ever being seen" (Foucault, 1979, p.
Foucault (1995: 228) suggests: "The Panopticon is a machine for dissociating the see/being seen dyad: in the peripheric ring, one is totally seen, without ever seeing; in the central tower, one sees everything without ever being seen.
Periodontopathic microorganisms in peripheric blood after scaling and root planing.
All these may be, and very often are, interpreted generously and intelligently so as to comprise the spiritual, not excepting even the "religious yearning": yet, once the perspective of an immanent humanitarianism is adopted and maintained, the spiritual will be credited with no other mode of existence than a mere elongation or "sublimation" (that is, a possibly attractive but unnecessary and peripheric refinement) of the material, an affair of Sunday boredom or festive recreation, of after-dinner past-time or ungenuine romanticism.
The Corumbatai river basin is inserted in the Medium Tiete Peripheric Depression of the Sao Paulo State, at the northeastern portion of the sedimentary Parana basin (Cetra, 2005), in which the Corumbatai is one of the most important affluent of the Piracicaba river.
The objects and architectural fragments found during the construction of The Landmark Beirut and other sites in downtown, have already been encrypted into this peripheric highway of global cities: a continuous line where objects, buildings and bodies circulate, albeit at varying speeds.