distad


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distad

 [dis´tad]
in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad),
Toward the periphery; in a distal direction.

distad

/dis·tad/ (dis´tad) in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad)
Toward the periphery; in a distal direction.

dis·tad

(dis'tad)
Toward the periphery.

distad

in a distal direction.
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Distad will now be joining Eddie Cue in negotiating content deal offers with TV networks and film studios.
swollen distad [as noted by both Bolivar (1888) and Redtenbacher (1891)]; it ends in a strong decurved spine in all 3 species (Figs 3, 4).
Out of 10 horses, in which the procedure was performed at the mid-metacarpal level distad to the insertion of the inferior check ligament, hyperextension was observed permanently in 3 horses, only at walk in 4 horses and only at a trot in 3 horses (HUSSNI, 1991).
Chase, Germundsen, Brownstein, and Distad (2001) found that teachers with a high sense of efficacy communicate high expectations for performance to students, put greater emphasis on instruction and learning with students, are aware of student accomplishments, are less likely to give up on low-achieving students, and are more likely to work harder on their behalves.
Volume 1, "From Minos to Cleopatra," was reviewed by Merrill Distad in the Papers/Cahiers 44 (Spring 2006): 134-36; volume 2, "From Cicero to Hadrian," by Tana J.
The author, Merrill Distad (research & special collections services, University of Alberta Library) comprehensively covers the changes.
This specimen is referred to Ictinia, rather than to other genera of small New World accipitrids (Chondrohierax, Elanoides, Gampsonyx, Elanus, Harpagus and Accipiter) by having this unique combination of characters: Foramen vasculare distale wide and long relative to width of Corpus tarsometatarsi (small in Chondrohierax) ; Trochlea metatarsi II extends distad to level of Trochlea metatarsi III (does not extend this far in Elanoides, Elanus, Harpagus or Accipiter) ; Trochlea metatarsi III as wide as long in acrotarsial aspect (narrower in Gampsonyx and Accipiter); Trochlea metatarsi II wide (narrower in Elanus, Harpagus and Accipiter); in medial aspect, plantar extension of Trochlea metatarsi II moderate (greater in Gampsonyx, Elanus, Harpagus and Accipiter.
Palpal tarsus not, or only slightly, twisted; cymbium situated rather distad and not lateral.
People in Wyoming are starting to realize the disparity," commissioner Lois Distad said.
The short-term and long-term negative effects of the sexual abuse of children are well-documented (Bowers, 1990; Briere, 1992; Linberg & Distad, 1985; Meiselman, 1978; Nelson, 1991; Sgroi, 1982).
About 86 Arabians are kept at the stables, including 41 of Murdock's and 45 that are being trained by Ventura Farms, said Patti Distad, on the Ventura Farms staff.
4) For a full and accurate account of the early stages of this project see: Merrill Distad, "The Origins and History of Victorian Periodicals Review, 1954-1984," Victorian Periodicals Review 18:3 (1985): 85-98.