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(lit'ĕl),
William J., English surgeon, 1810-1894. See: Little disease.
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much less than] Tetu, Charles-Hilaire [much greater than], p.
7% of patients in the nelfinavir arm achieved viral loads less than 200 copies/mL, compared to 70.
An architect who continues to learn "Less and Less about More and More," of course.
The RMDAS North Midwest region (which includes mills in Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and northwestern Indiana), showed the steepest decline, with mills there paying $26 per ton less for Prompt Industrial grades, $17 per ton less for shredded scrap and $12 per less for No.
Bonds rated Triple-B or below-investment-grade are often considerably less liquid, as there are fewer interested buyers.
So researchers are looking for deeper levels of distinction that have unique identifiers and are less susceptible to violent efforts at acquisition.
Office workers with a window view of nature experienced significantly more enthusiasm for their jobs and less frustration than windowless workers.
Using the definition of a vegetarian as one who consumes all meats less than twice in two months, results showed that 8 percent of females were vegetarians and 1 percent of males were vegetarians.
This diversity is important in disease progression, as viruses can become less susceptible to control by parts of the immune system, much as they become resistant to drugs.
44 metric tons per person, and the least developed countries, such as Mall, generate less than a tenth of a metric ton per person.
In addition to maternal nativity status, race, ethnicity and education, the data set provides information on behavioral and medical factors that could increase women's risk of having a baby who is low-birth-weight (defined as less than 2,500 g).
It ain't necessarily so" that memorable line from the opera Porgy and Bess should sum up what educators, booksellers and consumers are saying about the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)'s 2004 study warning that Americans are reading less "literature" a trend that poses a threat to civil society.