Delineable


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De`lin´e`a`ble


a.1.Capable of being, or liable to be, delineated.
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In terms of identifying tight clusters of GP 3 glands, the lining of individual glands must be clearly delineable, unlike in fused GP 4 glands, where 2 or multiple lumina can be separated by a single lining of cells.
We mostly graded the dense glandular breast into BIRADS 0, because nothing was delineable in these homogeneous to heterogeneous dense breasts and further they were advised for high resolution ultrasonography for any pathology if any.
The HIS in the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) in Zimbabwe, which in 2004 was given an award for being the best in Southern Africa (MOHCW, 2009), is a stabilized institution with a delineable legacy traceable to the early days of the nation's independence gained in 1980 (Sanders, 1990).
The mean infracranial volume delineable in PET was somewhat larger than the volume detectable in MRI/CT (10.1 [+ or -] 10.6 [cm.sup.3] and 8.4 [+ or -] 7.9 [cm.sup.3], resp.).
The first reducible part is represented by the use of the minimum necessary for the conservation of life and the continuation of individuals' productive activity in a given society [...] the second part is represented by so-called un-productive expenditure: luxury, mourning, war, cults, the construction of sumptuary monuments, games, spectacles, arts, perverse sexuality." In "The psychological structure of fascism," Bataille transferred this dichotomy into a more sophisticated dialectic between homogeneous and heterogeneous forms of existence, where "homogeneity" signifies the commensurability of elements and the awareness of this commensurability: human relations are reduced to fixed rules based on the consciousness of the possible identity of delineable persons and situations.