Perhaps it's an after-effect
of my tenure as PMV editor, but I still find it interesting to compare the construction equipment preferences of Europe and the Middle East.
Alluding to the president's penchant toward gun control, Gottlieb noted there is always an ironic after-effect
of such pronouncements.
I don't think that incident contributed to my Parkinson's - it was totally unrelated - and the only after-effect
was that people kept thinking and writing I'd had a heart attack which was incorrect.
It was a bit messy to eat, but the bread was soft and the after-effect
was not one of the kind of tiredness that comes with eating cheap food.
One's guests would be disappointed if there was no boozy after-effect
with my ( Jamie's) recipe.
Hearing loss is the most common after-effect
But if you have a child who loves dolls, then an inevitable after-effect
of several years of play is the dismemberment of limbs.
The 16th century enclosures are an after-effect
of the changes in the relations of production brought about by the class struggles of the 14th century as is the 17th century English Revolution.
Congress is still debating the budget, an after-effect
of the shutdown.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A protein, ferritin, protects kidneys against a damaging after-effect
of injury, heart failure or hardened arteries by controlling levels of iron, according to a study published today by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the Journal of Clinical Investigation.
But the after-effect
was even better: when I woke the next morning and saw the pictures, it was an instant reminder of a great night.
An information session on lymphoedema, a possible after-effect
of breast cancer treatment, will be held this Thursday at the Best Western Grand Hotel, Hartlepool, from 1pm to 3pm.