at 34, 37 (Fahey, J., dissenting in part and concurring in part) ("[I]f a single act or threat of force is used to accomplish a robbery of multiple victims, the mere taking or asportation
of property, even if accomplished through separate 'bodily movements,' does not allow for consecutive sentencing.").
(13) Common law "offenses of larceny by asportation
, larceny by trick and device, obtaining property by false pretenses, and embezzlement" are now simply theories of criminal liability.
In the light of all these findings, we are currently evaluating the application of MSCs through intracameral injection in murine models with two modalities (Figure 2): the first one features total asportation
of the diseased endothelium (with Descemet's membrane sparing), followed by the injection of a small quantity of mesenchymal stem cells in the anterior chamber while the other one features the injection of MSCs without previous endothelial asportation
, with regenerative and repairing intent, especially at the level of the areas where cell elements are absent.
Mendoza, 38, of 12A Chestnut St., Clinton, shoplifting by asportation
, third or subsequent offense, guilty, one year in the House of Correction, suspended until Feb.
The scale of the pooling problem has changed dramatically between the asportation
of all of Wilkes's papers in a sack to the perusal of all the files on Burgess's hard drive.
of that loot will be limited by the realities of physical asportation
"--of the thing stolen; kidnapping, when