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Acetylcysteine to Prevent Angiography-Related Renal Tissue Injury. A trial testing the hypothesis that prophylactic N-acetylcysteine prevents contrast-induced nephropathy in patients with chronic renal insufficiency (CRI) undergoing cardiac catheterization
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As first, we give a construction of free semigroup with apartness generated by set (X, =, [not equal to]) following the concept expressed in articles [7] and [10].
stressed the gypsy's racial apartness, including the strong gypsy
of justifying his apartness, his joyous sense of freedom in solitude.
The European Union is a grand project of connectivity (and therefore of separateness) but also of apartness.
But that naivete combined all too well with the usually implicit--but periodically explicit--teaching from the then all-male, apparently heterosexual faculty at Memorial University of Newfoundland, that the field was a liminal location of apartness, almost otherworldly, and potentially transformative.
But the sense of apartness these men give off is as strong as it is in the DFACS, where they either eat alone or with one another, speaking in low voices and seeming to suffer the proximity of others only with reluctance.
Indeed beings are insofar as they have the character of apartness, separability, determinability, limitability, boundary, finitude, choriston, thisness, whole ness, particularity, indivisibility, individuality, tode ti.
In much of Arnold's poetry, there is ruined love, apartness, or a lack of that coalescence which "happier men" had dreamed of, released as they were through faith, "From isolation without end" (122).
Although I came here as a young student and could have easily lost my Arab accent by now, I seem to have clung tenaciously to that accent as if to emphasize apartness and to reaffirm my Arab-ness.
While blighted Liverpool transmogrified into the 'shock city' of postindustrial Britain, this cultural construction of localized racial identity, a black inflexion of Liverpudlian difference and apartness, was not always welcoming to new arrivals from the post-colonial commonwealth.
On the other hand, it is argued that "unity in diversity" based on harmonious apartness is possible.
Kitaj's painting and his writing indicate how the Holocaust and the subsequent experience of suffering, loss, and dispersal have come to mean for him a sense of apartness in the modern world.