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Of note, ACCUTE recently published a useful online survey of the state of sessional hiring in University and College English Departments authored by Heather Murray and titled "The Sessional Situation.
77) In language less accute than that of his well-regarded contemporary, Justice Joseph Hood, in 1897 the Chief Justice pointed out in Fromison that
Rapid and Accute Species-Level identification of Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci by using the sodA Gene as a Target.
Paper presented at ACCUTE, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Toronto, May 28, 2006.
Things said to me were etched in my mind with accute precision.
1999) did not find any variations in the levels of maternal PRL in stressed rats when applying IMO chronic stress and accute stress by means of several stressors.
The accute shortage of officials, therefore, is not something peculiar just to Huddersfield.
Launched in November 2004, Ahlstrom's Breathable Viral Barrier (BVB) not only protects medical personnel from viral infections such as Hepatitis, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Severe Accute Respiratory Syndrom (SARS) and Avian influenza but also maintains a high level of breathability and comfort, even as the wearer's temperature rises.
From an accute angle Thommo curled the ball over the wall and in almost at the same spot where it ended up for his first goal.
Even with a significant amount of new capacity already on the market, copper is still in an accute shortage.
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- Accutane baby syndrome
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