The 1980s sell off meant that this stock was never repopulated
, and has left most people to the ravages of an unforgiving private housing market, driven by high rents, high land values, high inflation and flatlining wages.
When implanted in a lamb, the tube was then repopulated
by the recipient's own cells allowing it to grow.
219) displaced families, have been repopulated
in Amiriyat al-Fallujah, Khaldiyah camps and tourist city in Habbaniyah as well as Bzabz camps.
This dystopian future feels like a place we've visited many times before, and the prospect of Earth being repopulated
by stroppy American teens is a pretty terrifying one.
Caption: A rat kidney was stripped of its cells and repopulated
with human and rat cells.
The researchers first tested the repopulated
organs in a device that passed blood through its vascular system and drained off any urine, which revealed evidence of limited filtering of blood, molecular activity and urine production.
He envisioned a rejuvenated landscape repopulated
with groves of live oaks that would thrive as they helped stay erosion and slow gulf winds.
Recent DNA research, such as that carried out by John Oppenheimer, shows that Britain was repopulated
by migrants from the Basque refuge after the last Ice Age.
I also thank the millions of you who cashed in your real estate wealth and repopulated
the Pacific Northwest so more Democrats could move here to replace you.
its population was given the choice to stay or be evacuated westward to unoccupied Finland; the city was then repopulated
with Soviet citizens.
The company says the new vascular graft, which is an arteriovenous (AV) access graft for dialysis patients, was created with cells from bovine tissue to provide a sterile, implantable, collagen matrix capable of being repopulated
with the patient's own cells.
The remote Hebridean isle, repopulated
for a BBC series, was linked with an outbreak of meningitis earlier this week.