extense

extense

(ɪksˈtɛns)
n
obsolete an extension, an expanse
adj
obsolete extended, extensive
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I/R group shows scarce Nrf2 nuclear staining in coexistence with extense cortical kidney tissue damage (1D).
The transition zone extense up to 50 micrometers and contains a considerable amount of large pores with a high content of large crystals of calcium hydroxide.
It must be remembered that indigenous societies included segments, such as extense families, linages and clans, embedded within more complex vertical segments, where at least four chiefly ranks have been identified, in a proposed dual organization (Ibarra 1984; 1990).
At present Aiphanes multiplex is not threatened, due to the extense forest cover of the areas where it grows.
In its decision, of 16 July 2003, the Commission observed that WIN charged "predatory prices" for its eXtense and Wanadoo ADSL services, because the retail prices did not enable it to cover its variable operating costs until August 2001 and its full costs from that date until October 2002.
This is the first complete, floristic analysis of the Asteraceae family from an extense, endangered, subtropical area of Argentina, covered by the Misiones Province.
Aiming to show Venezuela's role in these regards, there is an attempt to calculate (aproximately) the quantity of carbon anually absorbed and fixed by our extense natural tropical forest.
This new species can be distinguished from other congeners by the following combination of characters: parietal peritoneum clear, pericardium white, visceral and hepatic peritoneum white, color in life pale green with diminute yellow spots and, in preservative, cream with small dark melanophores (visible only under magnification), bones white in life, extense webbing, snout round in dorsal view and inclinate in lateral view, dorsal skin granulate anda advertisement call with a fundamental frequency greater than 5000 Hz.
The shield of Achilles, the one that Homer describes in extense in
Una exposicion, ya sea sucinta o extense, del tema La poesia exige no solo rehuir definiciones y afirmaciones dogmaticas, sino llamar de continuo la atencion acerca de la ambivalencia que doto problema tocante a la poesia puede y, quiza, debe entranar.
This clinical study, performed under usual clinical practice conditions and encompassing a large population with an extense age range, allows us to particulary emphasize the very good tolerance going in line with scarce adverse events of the H.
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