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hes·i·tant

(hez'ĭ-tant),
Term used to descibe the state of RNA polymerase when it is susceptible to pause, arrest, or termination signals.
See also: overdrive, antitermination.

hes·i·tant

(hez'i-tănt)
Term used to descibe the state of RNA polymerase when it is susceptible to pause, arrest, or termination signals.
See also: overdrive, antitermination
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Waldman's oft-capitalized "Person" is variously woven "of glimmer," "of Morse code," "of pivots," "of floral language," "of deeds doing and undoing cruelty," "of all the others down here," and each time, the extra space after the "of" inserts hesitance or speculation about the ontology of "Person," exploring, on the level of syntax, the differing extents to which we are constituted by others--other beings, concepts, acts, phenomena, and so on.
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That said, we stress that, despite market expectations that China will continue easing, commodity indices have yet to react, suggesting hesitance on the part of investors.
that had been left smoldering thanks to the Supreme Court's hesitance to render a decision in two similar matters.
The government's hesitance to handle the halloumi matter as a public commodity is leading the state's farming sector to economic destruction," said Panagrotikos' Nectarios Karyos.
A $6bn petrochemicals complex at Ras Laffan, a JV project of QP with Shell and Total, was in 2008/09 delayed because of low global demand, a steady decline in contract costs and tight credit markets, and ExxonMobil's hesitance on this.
and without hesitance, Jerry said, 'We're in,'" Modell said.
With regards to Iraq's relations with Saudi Arabia, Hamoudi touched on the issue by saying that, "There is some misunderstanding and hesitance by the Saudi side, while Iraq enjoys good relations with the Gulf States, as well as with Turkey and Iran.
When the boy was quizzed by the event's moderator he was able tell without hesitance the page number and the numbers of verses and Surahs of the Qur'an.
What prevents people with special needs from tapping their hidden potential is not their disability, but rather their hesitance to do things which they fear they cannot do.
Despite her understandable hesitance, the new version is way better.