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The Greek throne, with its unpromising adjuncts of a ragged population of ingenious rascals who were out of employment eight months in the year because there was little for them to borrow and less to confiscate, and a waste of barren hills and weed-grown deserts, went begging for a good while.
With the monarchy, its several adjuncts died also; wherefore there is no longer a nobility, no longer a privileged class, no longer an Established Church; all men are become exactly equal; they are upon one common level, and religion is free.
In the midst of the demonstration, Magdalen quietly made her first entrance, as "Julia." She was dressed very plainly in dark colors, and wore her own hair; all stage adjuncts and alterations
Now they were merely adjuncts. It was with a rush of indignation that Mary found herself bucolic and awkward.
The company said Farxiga was recently approved in Europe (5mg) and Japan (5mg, potential up -titration to 10mg) under the name Forxiga, as an adjunct to insulin in adults with T1D.
Tenuto, who received the award at a June 7 awards banquet in Itasca, is the first CLC adjunct to receive the honor.
Hidden behind glossy brochures with photos of Frisbee games on the college lawn and students at work in the library are the underpaid and overworked adjunct faculty who teach most of America's undergraduates.
Reliance on adjunct professors is increasing across higher education, including at Catholic colleges and universities.
The short-term (24 week) and long-term (52 week) data from DEPICT-1, along with the short-term data from DEPICT-2, indicated that Forxiga 5mg daily, when given as an oral adjunct to adjustable insulin in patients with inadequately-controlled type-1 diabetes, demonstrated significant and clinically-meaningful reductions from baseline in average blood glucose levels HbA1c (primary endpoint), weight and total daily insulin dose (secondary endpoints) at 24 and 52 weeks.
The European Commission (EC) has approved Forxiga (dapagliflozin) for use in type-1diabetes (T1D) as an adjunct to insulin in patients with a BMI = 27 kg/m2 (kilogrammes per metre squared), when insulin alone does not provide adequate glycaemic control despite; optimal insulin therapy.
The role of the adjunct clinical nursing instructor is valuable in a nursing program.