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pre·dis·pose

(prē'dis-pōz'),
To render susceptible.

pre·dis·pose

(prē'dis-pōz')
To render susceptible.

pre·dis·pose

(prē'dis-pōz')
To render susceptible.
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Gene reading holds promise far beyond pinpointing predisposal to antiretroviral side effects.
Not only did a tension, or a balance, have to be maintained in the days of bel esprit between Schwank and Humor, and subsequently between Witz and Komik, but also the subversive role of wit had not to exceed its equally latent predisposal toward the upholding of social discipline.
With the help of a visual overview map, users can easily orient themselves in the modules to target topics of interest within four main subject areas: radioactive waste management, which includes predisposal of waste, disposal of waste and management of disused sealed radioactive sources; spent fuel management; decommissioning; and environmental remediation.