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Spe`cif´ic`al


a.1.Specific.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Specifical ly, the kids are described as not just kind, but also talented.
He disclosed that one of top military officers, a Major, attached to OPDS, specifical charged him to communicated Dr Donovan and his crew to return as peace and tranquility had returned to the area.
Cramlingtonbased biomass spe cialists The Wood Heating Company are working with North Shieldsbased neighbours Geowarmth to specifical ly capitalise on appetite for biomass heating driven by the RHI.
Specifical measurement of 1.5 years and 3 months before harvest was applied since 2010.
Hale also assumes a concept of "Specifical Natures" or "internal & essential active forms" in relation to living things, "whereby they move themselves, in their growth and vegetation, and whereby they are determin'd within their several species" (B1, 103v).
In conclusion, the epigenetic changes could represent an important pathway by which redox/oxidative metabolism affects the CVDs; however, there remains no much specifical information regarding the cardiac effect of these HATs and/or HDACs on the CVDs, which urgently needs to be further investigated for better understanding of the mechanisms for the development and progression of these diseases.

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