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By contrast, subject to the few remaining customary conditions contained in the AFCV merger agreement, the merger with AFCV would likely be consummated promptly following the vote of stockholders to adopt the merger agreement);
In contrast, subjects whose total plasma omega-6 fatty acids and the omega-6 fatty acid linoleic acid were higher had increased carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity measurements.
By contrast, subjects with BPD who received oxytocin became less likely to trust their partner and less responsive to hints of cooperation after receiving oxytocin.
In contrast, subjects who received only vehicle for the final 24 weeks had a high relapse rate, and only one-quarter of them were rated clear or almost clear.
In contrast, subjects eating two or more servings of brown rice a week had a lower risk of type 2 diabetes compared to those eating less than one serving of brown rice a month.
In contrast, subjects following a brisk rate set by the researchers were worse at finding the second target.
In contrast, subjects who received standard care showed a 10 percent decline in thinking skills.
In contrast, subjects were least confident in their ability to work with irate parents with more than half indicating the need for more training in parent conflict contexts.
By contrast, subjects tended to link Caucasians with nonviolent crime, though to a much less extent than they tended to associate violence with African-Americans.
In contrast, subjects recognized low frequency words better than high frequency words in the relational processing and intentional learning conditions.
By contrast, subjects with schizotypal personality disorder have fewer AY errors than do control subjects, but have a greater number of BX errors, indicating that they are responding to the appearance of an X without recalling the context.
In contrast, subjects who did not carry the apo E4 allele showed a slight rise in [A.