Peripheric


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Per`i`pher´ic


a.1.See Peripheral.
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Let's briefly refer to Foucault's text: '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, 1979:201-02).
The patient's peripheral blood smear had not been evaluated prior to presentation to our facility EDTA-DP was diagnosed when clustered platelets were separately seen on the peripheric blood smear in our hematology clinic.
12), (13) When systemic involvement of atherosclerosis is considered, the assessment of the peripheric arteries using a non-invasive method such as flow-mediated dilatation (FMD) provides accurate information, and this method is now used for the evaluation of ECD of the brachial artery with Doppler ultrasonography (US).
lls s'implantent dans des secteurs toujours plus eloignes du centre-ville actuel de Montreal et de sa peripheric et ils sont destines a des clienteles variees (15).
The Panopticon, writes Foucault, "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" (DP 202).
IR microbolometer supply chain with peripheric players
Groups of fanatics belonging to peripheric social categories have led to social combats in the name of justice or in the name of saving a minority, bringing about real social cataclysms, which have often been beyond the control of legally constituted authorities.
They are represented by three handstones, two pestles, a mortar fragment, a few palets (flat round pebbles with peripheric percussion marks), a shaft straightener, a few sandstone fragments with traces of abrasion, and some fossils and used pebbles (Figure 2).