The suffering, whether of martyr or victim, which belongs to every historical advance of mankind, is represented in this way in every town, and by hundreds of obscure hearths; and we need not shrink from this comparison of small things with great; for does not science tell us that its highest striving is after the ascertainment
of a unity which shall bind the smallest things with the greatest?
In addition, the higher observed incidence in Oregon may have been a result of greater case ascertainment
because hospital discharge data were used rather than physician and laboratory reports.
Projects focusing on any phase of the gene discovery process, from initial patient ascertainment
to positional cloning, are appropriate.
These changes were implemented to improve the potential usefulness of birth certificates for timely and systematic population-based ascertainment
of FAS and other abnormal conditions of the newborn (3).
The fruitful of Reifencom GmbH is attributed to its majorly efficient logistics system, that guarantees that there is an ascertainment
of a high degree of availability of all types of tyres and rims, even amid busy phase like spring and autumn.
BDI castigated the call of journalist Dragan Pavlovik-Latas for "ethnic mobilization of Macedonians," with the ascertainment
that he will divide the country along ethnic lines.
Petrova, ex MP from Burgas Region, informed she made the decision after she saw her name in the infamous notebook of the former Chair of Bulgaria's Commission on Prevention and Ascertainment
of Conflict of Interest (CPACI), Filip Zlatanov.
As confirmation of this ascertainment
is the newest information that municipality of Centar put aside new 6, 6 million euro for new monuments.
The city of Worcester has had a two-year ascertainment
Although administrative controls instituted relatively late in this transmission chain reduced the number of contacts for some SARS patients, we cannot exclude the possibility that ascertainment
of contacts for patients who did not transmit SARS was incomplete.
(1) would lead to imprecision in case ascertainment
and hence a minimal estimate of the risk.
Surveillance for pregnancy-related deaths based only on ascertainment
through death certificates underestimates actual deaths (1-7).