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ex·press

(eks-pres'),
To press or squeeze out.
[L. ex-premo, pp. -pressus, to press out]

express

(ĭk-sprĕs′)
v.
1. To press or squeeze out.
2. To synthesize a product, especially a protein, encoded by a gene.
3. To manifest a genetic trait or the effects of a gene.

EXPRESS

Expanded Prophylaxis Evaluation Surgery Study. A trial designed to demonstrate non-inferiority of melagatran/ximelagatran and test for superiority compared to enoxaparin in preventing venous thromboembolism (VTE) post total hip or knee replacement.
 
Conclusion
Major VTE occurred in 2.3% of melagatran/ximelagatran patients and 6.3% of enoxaparin; “excessive bleeding as judged by the investigator” was increased in melagatran/ximelagatran patients.

ex·press

(eks-pres')
To press or squeeze out.
[L. ex-premo, pp. -pressus, to press out]

ex·press

(eks-pres')
To press or squeeze out.
[L. ex-premo, pp. -pressus, to press out]

Patient discussion about express

Q. where do the expression "going back on the wagon " come from?

A. http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/on-the-wagon.html

Q. What role does emotion have in the life of someone with autism? I just find the whole disorder of autism hard to understand because I'm a really emotional person. I'm especially interested in how people with mild autism or Asperger's can function fine but then when it comes to feeling empathy they have such trouble. I guess my question is how such people experience emotion--are these people actually unable to care about others? My intention is not to sound ignorant, I'm genuinely curious.

A. I have asperger's and most everything for me is logically analyzed and I have a difficulty knowing what emotion goes with certain situations and how the emotion manifests itself within me.
I care about others, I just cannot always put myself in their shoes and feel what they are feeling.

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Consequently, participants could accurately reproduce the correct sequence of the expressers' FEs, suggesting that humans are sensitive to subtle changes in FEs, are attuned to temporal cues in FEs, and that the early stage of FEs involves important information.
Patients in Group 1 were CYP3A5 expressers and carried greater than or equal to 3 alleles; patients in Group 2 were CYP3A5 expressers and carried less than or equal to 2 alleles; patients in Group 3 were CYP3A5 nonexpressers and carried greater than or equal to 3 alleles; patients in Group 4 were CYP3A5 nonexpressers and carried less than or equal to 2 alleles.
The recognition of these two mediating levels transforms the very nature of the copula is and its variant forms from an indicator of an assertion of an objective and pure description to an indicator of an assertion or expression of a subjective evaluation conducted, either consciously or unconsciously, through the media of the nervous-system and the facticity of the asserter or expresser. Thus we see that words are not purely descriptive but are rather indicators of evaluations, and that human beings as language-users are not mere describers but evaluative interpreters, though the form of language may disguise expressions of evaluation in the garb of a grammatically-descriptive form.
Schmidt is committed to building a $10m seed-oil expresser and refinery in either Durban or Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal once about 10,000 hectares of jatropha has been planted.
Ansel eventually became a kind of 20th-century Muir, known like him as the artistic expresser and protector of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada.
(124) The subjective component of Hunter Allen's standard (i.e., examining the expression from the expresser's point of view) would be balanced by an objective analysis: courts would be free to assess the available alternatives to the chosen form of expression and deny protection to "fringe forms of expression" where they could be "communicated as effectively in a more traditional form." (125) The court would thus retain discretion to determine what expression is, what "fringe expression" is, and how such messages would best be conveyed.
Other black-Baptist voices expresser their viewpoints regarding the involvement of African Americans in the war and what the conflict meant.
(Although several dozen students expresser. interest and attended a session of the club, ten students from grades six through eight committed to this project for the entire academic year of 1999-2000.) In developing my ideas for the club, I recognized a pedagogical need to
Breckman highlights Vaclav Havel as the most powerful expresser of this vision of civil society, but the crucial analysis to undertake would be why this power of expression and critique has not yielded, at least in Havel's case, much in the way of real political or social power, either in relation to the workings of the Czech government or to the U.
John Hayward noted in 1604, "As Philo witnesseth, societie of men is maintained by speech, as being the interpreter or rather expresser of the mind" (sig.
There is the driver or Power Juggler, the analytical or Thinker Juggler, the amiable or Adaptive Juggler and the expresser or Intuitive Juggler.
So, arise Sir Alex de Temporary Car Parking Pass - a privilege many an Expresser has gone to his grave without even having had sight of.