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Pediatrics A clinical trial–Vitamin A Supplementation Trial performed in Ghana, which evaluated the effect of vitamin A supplements on infant mortality. See Vitamin A.
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1 Vastness Not knowing the vastness 183 54 Knowing the vastness 156 46 Can cope Not coping with situation 67 19.
The volume remained in his family for half a century after his death, vanished, appeared as a collector's trophy, then vanished again during the 1930s into the vastness of the Bodleian Library.
Washington, Jan 17 (ANI): CIA Director Michael Hayden has said that the hunt for Osama bin Laden is 'hideously complex' in reality considering the vastness and treacherous terrain on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, where he is purportedly hiding.
Visiting your facility has given us insight to the vastness of your mission, instilling in us a gratitude words fail to express.
The youngsters were impressed by the vastness of the ships.
These writers gave to America, he said, "a literature worthy of her vastness.
It is heaven for young and old, when you sit and watch the endless sea, which gives you a feeling of vastness and peace.
It may not be an environmental story, per se, but Price's memories are fused by his awareness of place, be it the vastness of the Arizona desert where his immigrant grandparents move or an unforgiving Idaho cliff where he spends his honeymoon.
Carl Sagan was of course a humanist and something else he said is this: "For small creatures such as we the vastness is bearable only through love.
The crucial question is why, in all that vastness, such an intelligence would have any interest at all in the daily behaviour of individuals of one species on one obscure planet?
Its remoteness and vastness once made it seem the perfect dumping site for sewage, toxic chemicals, and even nuclear waste.
Rather, I should say, the foremost scholar of Vordamm's 1953 encyclopaedic novel, Everlasting Vastness.