circs


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circs

(sɜːks)
pl n
informal Brit circumstances. See circumstance1
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In the CIRCS Study, the association between glucose abnormality and SDB after controlling for BMI was significant only in overweight subjects with OR of 1.6 and 95% CI of 1.0-2.6 and not in nonoverweight individuals with OR of 1.4 and 95% CI of 0.8-2.5 [6].
Afterwards, we crossed over circs and cols, surrounded by gnarled holm oaks.
But apparently when circs go south in France, it's the journalists who do the firing.
The bottom line is, wherever you go, whatever the circs, you have to get stuck in.
Since exactly [absolute value of E] - [absolute value of V] + 1 cycles are needed and there exist [absolute value of E] - [absolute value of V] + 1 cords, it follows that the set of cycles obtained in this way serves as a basis for the set of circs (and therefore cycles) of the graph.
My library's copy of The Dark Knight Returns started collecting dust the minute it hit the shelves (3 circs since June 2002).
Pigs not great but okay in the circs of Tories promising tax cuts and spending rises with the same money.'
Which wouldn't have been my exact description, in the circs, but I think we'll leave it there.
In a confidential telegram to prime ministers in the Empire, he wrote: "We feel, and hope you will agree, that in the circs of the case, the less legislation, and therefore the less opportunity for public discussion and debate, the better."
Netboy is sorry to report that another wine ecommerce company is reporting less than happy circs. Not surprising, given the state of the economy in general.
"The same publishing system these companies use," he continued, "also works great for newsletters with circs of 1,000 to 5,000.
Shevy called and said that under the circs, USSR can't support use of force right at this minute.