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Hill's subject in Triumph is twentieth-century history, viewed as a prolonged, sordid tragedy issuing in inexorable, repetitive cydes of grief and pain.
For example, she referenced a national study based on Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology data that documented significantly more canceled treatment cydes because of a low response rate and increased odds of treatment failure among heavier ART patients (Perth.
El autor de Cydes of Time si lo hace, ofreciendo una teoria del cosmos acorde con ella.
In addition, FSH levels were significantly lower during the interval from day-7 to day-3 of the LFPT preceding longer cycles compared with FSH levels in the same interval prior to shorter length cydes (from 0.
Even repeating the freeze/thaw cydes two or three times may not completely destroy the tumor vascularization, he said.