To avoid raising a lost generation, we must teach peace but also reinfuse
these communities with the culture of peace, steeped in Iraq's rich history and cultural life.
With this play, said author Pottlitzer, Calderon began to reinfuse
Chile's theatre scene with radical spirit.
Guinier, supra note 58, at 1091 (arguing that the Act's "original goals" included "broad-based voter participation, reform, and authentic representation"); Karlan, supra note 81, at 196 (referring to "Congress' strong desire to reinfuse
the [Act] with minority access and civic inclusion").
This essay uses the concept of desire to reinfuse
existing conversations about the postcolonial condition and its relationship with globalization.
We need to reinfuse
that with younger families to make sure that the community stays vibrant.
Two weeks later he got the treatment: a 10-minute drip from an IV bag to reinfuse
Autologous blood transfusion is a set of procedures performed in order to collect a patient's blood and reinfuse
it to the same patient during or after a surgical intervention.
It is preferable to reinfuse
dialyzed blood rather than recirculate it as several participants in the ANNA Hemodialysis SPN communications identified; however, it may not be possible when the vascular access is suddenly not able to be used.
Usually an athlete will store some of his blood when his hemoglobin levels are high, then reinfuse
it right before an event.
Reminding yourself of the reason you set yourself this goal in the first place will reinfuse
you with a sense of purpose.
The turmoil of the Great Depression led Congress to emphasize a system of "full and fair disclosure" in securities regulation to reinfuse
investors with confidence, (142) and thus, the Securities Acts of 1933 and 1934 were born.
The concentrated RBCs are washed with intravenous saline to ensure that any remaining waste products are removed and are then transferred to a reinfusion bag ready to reinfuse
to the patient (Figures 2 & 3).