Being the so-called sane individuals of society, it is our prime responsibility to deconstruct the negative connation
that is associated with mental illness.
laxiflora might represent a distinct genus due to differences in connation
of the stylodia, for having only two locules, and the absence of lacunae in the fruit.
of Pakistan in connation
with new regulations of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.
The birds and balcony connation
has widely painted by the artists in the past and Huma has contributed in a refreshing way.
On March 17, 2003, the President argued very clearly and persuasively about WMD and outcome of the connation
between Iraq and other terrorists:
Relevance Leadership / Know--why (relevance) is external; pragmatic (Ein-Dor, 2011, p.
Hutt also explicated the cultural connation
of this interest.
Following the report proportionally between breathing and blood circulation, specialists established connation
between poor pulmonary ventilation and cardiovascular diseases.
Cicero later states that he does not consider this situation to be a delictum (a word that can have a sexual connation
of permanent mandibular incisors: a case report.
Entitled Rethinking Productive Development (they shun the term "industrial policy", due to its negative connation
in many quarters) and posit that the key question to ask is not "whether" to adopt these policies but "which" and "how".