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TWiST

Time without Sx of disease or toxicity AIDS A quality of life indicator, corresponding to the number of months preceding the development of a Sx with ≥ grade 3 HIV disease, whichever occurred first. See Q-TWiST.
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"Twist brings a very different approach to antibody discovery and optimization, as they are to create synthetic DNA libraries quickly and tailor the outcome to the needs of our clients to ensure successful antibody discovery efforts," said said Hua Tu, chief executive officer, LakePharma.
Poisson GLM (P = 0.05) was used to evaluate the effect of soak time, twine material (cotton or jute), twine construction (twisted or braided), twine diameter and a number of total yarns in the response variable breaking strength.
This strategic merger marks the DIY art industry's first and cements Painting with a Twist's position as the DIY art segment's largest and most established brand.
The .223 appeared in 1964 as the commercial version of the 5.56 NATO military round, with a standard rifling twist of 1 turn in 12" (written 1:12), slightly faster than the 1:14 then common among .22 centerfires.
When we first staged Twist, we had a VHS player on stage projecting a video on to a screen and it had to be synchronised exactly with the actors.
"The injuries you inflicted on Mr Twist were unsurprisingly catastrophic," he added.
New Delhi [India], Oct 2 ( ANI ): Planning a twist in your long extended weekend?
"For a natural flush of colour, place the twist on the apple of the cheek and twist once, now blend with your fingers.
According to steel-wire ropes which consist of wires of the identical module of elasticity, the link between a twist tension of elements (wires) and the further strain-stress state is considered in [6].
If someone tells me there is a twist, my brain spends the whole time trying to work out what the twist is.
A small liquid crystal display called a spatial light modulator imparted a particular twist in the beam--say, one twist.