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Appressed, juxtaposed; face-to-face; closely related.
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Double-membrane vesicles have been noted in other coronavirus-infected cells (19,20) and consist of cytoplasmic vesicles with two tightly apposed membranes (Figure 1B).
At no point can Invisible Man be named; at every point "he" and are abyssally apposed.
The underlying fascia was apposed using chromic catgut 1-0 in a simple continuous pattern to close the frontal defect.
com Q: We have recently moved into a smaller home that has an open plan kitchen-dining room, as apposed to a formal dining room.
Following drug-eluting stent implantation to reopen the narrowed artery, a noncompliant balloon is inflated with high pressure to ensure that the stent is fully apposed in order to facilitate transfer of the drug to the artery wall.
He stressed that as apposed to wide-spread propaganda Pakistan was not all a failed sate.
Abdullah said that another key difference between the new machine and a regular ATM is that it has three security cameras as apposed to one.
For the first time a number of them said tuition fees was one of the reasons why they chose the apprenticeship route as apposed to going to university.
They are more interested in creating a habitat as apposed to mitigating each project,'' Ledford said.
The STENTYS stents were all perfectly apposed whereas gross malapposition was observed in more than one in four patients treated with conventional stents.
The only thing I am concerned about is the location - because of the set-up of the plumbing my husband says there is only one place we can locate the new bath and it is off-set to the room, as apposed to central as I had imagined.
The edges were apposed at the margins of the defect, with simple interrupted sutures using Vicryl no.