Among the possible muscular variations of the axillary region, the dorsoepicondylar medial muscle stands out because of its uncommonness
, having been reported less than 30 times in the last 200 years (Loukas & Tubbs, 2009).
(2007) in whose studies the percentage of malignant OTs was 3%, confirming their uncommonness
* Originality ("degree of the product's usefulness, uncommonness
, or statistical infrequency"),
"inability to eliminate that risk," the uncommonness
In Thailand, studies on AP are very scarce despite the importance of the disease [5-8]; this lack of data is partly due to the uncommonness
Most speakers of English will have (33a) stored in their lexicon, as can be shown quite easily by the uncommonness
of the expression with the two nouns in reverse order.
In our opinion, the 'uncommonness
' that is often ascribed to such cases refers to their clandestinity, i.e, to the rareness with which they come to the attention of medical practitioners, sexologists, rather than to the low frequency of AEA [autoerotic asphyxiation] itself.
(13) The uncommonness
of this type of inquiry is also noticeable in a field typically dedicated to normative studies: constitutional theory.
Many scholars have considered originality to be the expression of novelty, uncommonness
, and surprise (Barron, 1955; Sternberg, 1999), and usefulness to be that of appropriateness, effectiveness, utility, adaptation, value, and flexibility (Barron, 1988; Hutchinson, 1931; Stein, 1953).
His toad skin may symbolize his past, including his mysterious birth that may be related to his divinity and uncommonness
, as well as his ugliness that brings shame to his family.
Because of its uncommonness
, the applicant argued that that the public will more likely appreciate it as a double entendre and pun than if pregnancy text was a common expression that the public is accustomed to perceiving.
In our study it was not seen suggesting its uncommonness