Its edges were so angular, and its size so great, tha I at first mistook it for a rock in situ
, and took out my compass to observe the direction of its cleavage.
But have they all one motion, both situ
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"Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik expressed deep shock over the death of National Bravery Award winner Situ
Mallick & his cousin Bapu Mallick in a tragic road accident in Kendrapara.
"Surprisingly, after the ACA we actually saw a decrease in Mohs use for melanoma in situ
In contrast, florid and pleomorphic LCIS (discussed below) often show necrosis and calcifications and may show a pattern of calcifications on mammography similar to ductal carcinoma in situ
(DCIS) or may even appear as mass-forming lesions on imaging.
Medical device company Pinnacle Spine Group LLC reported on Wednesday the receipt of a US patent titled Methods of Post-Filling an Intervertebral Implant for its in situ
graft delivery technology.
In addition, it is desirable to generate seedlings ex situ
for reintroduction efforts, i.e.
Two types of annealing procedures were used for after-growth processing of the films: (a) ex situ
annealing or (b) in situ
On the other hand, in order to give researchers more freedom and higher precision ability to manipulate the nanomaterials inside SEM during in situ
experiments, advanced robotic systems have also been developed.
For the time being, the studies on the underground projects in mountain areas mainly focus on two major aspects: one is the distribution of initial in situ
stress, and the other is the excavation stability of large-scale underground caverns .
Several in situ
gel forming systems have been developed to prolong the precorneal residence time of a drug and improve ocular bioavailability.