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Molecular medicine A popular term for the configuration of FSH’s beta-subunit which wraps around and stabilises the beta-FSH dimer, critical for binding of FSH to its receptor. See FSH
Public health A nylon strap with a quick-release buckle—a waist belt, shoulder belt, or harness—in a motor vehicle, intended to minimise jostling in an MVA; nonuse of seat belts is a major factor in RTA/MVA-related morbidity and mortality
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Thousands of cars on the road today have seatbelts that are inoperable and completely out of function.
Speaking in the House of Commons on Thursday, he said: "Are you aware an all-party group of members came together to secure the seatbelt legislation many years ago after 13 failed attempts.
Cleveland's Roads Policing Unit, which is shared with the Durham force, launched the seatbelt campaign on March 11.
Prince Charles was recently spotted in a car without a seatbelt on.
NEARLY half of young drivers admit to having travelled in a car with either a passenger or driver who was not wearing a seatbelt.
It's concenring that, decades after laws changed to make seatbelts mandatory, that people need reminding about the importance of wearing a seatbelt.
In terms of days of the week, individuals less frequently wore seatbelts on weekends than on days of the week (63% vs.
Of the 18 drivers and passengers in cars killed in traffic accident in 2017 only six of them were wearing their seatbelts, the police said.
The reason I was pulled over - along with a number of other motorists driving past Tonypandy fire station in the Rhondda - was because I was wearing my seatbelt incorrectly.
The reason I was pulled over - along with a number of other motorists driving past Tonypandy fire station in theRhondda- was because I was wearing my seatbelt incorrectly.
Wearing seatbelts should be made mandatory even in school buses.
Seatbelts are vital in protecting drivers and passengers from serious injury and death in cases of accidents (Alamy Image)