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9,19,20) Most pathologists consider WDLs and ALTs to be identical on the basis of histologic patterns and karyotypic findings.
Typing the SCCmec of the MRSA strains cultured from the dog and its owner showed that these seemed to be identical (ccrA/B gene type 4, mec complex class B, and no loci AH were found).
One relies on the claim that, if the embryo under favorable circumstances would be identical to the human being as it would exist after birth, then it already has the same moral status as a human being after birth.
To make a case for the proposal that an embryo susceptible to twinning cannot be identical to a future human being, I shall first consider the possible scenarios under which twinning might occur.
This claim rests on the conceptual thesis that one individual cannot be identical to two individuals.
Now when I examine the decisions of Canadian Courts, particularly Charter decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada, here is what strikes me: I would not expect the list of what the Court calls "judicial values" to be identical to the list of "Christian virtues" which I have just enumerated; but I would anticipate substantial overlap.
The DNA of twins may be identical, but things can happen in the development of a fetus to change the outcome.
Early next year, Mayzo plans to launch BLS P, which is said to be identical to Ciba's Tinuvin P hydroxyphenyl benzotriazole.
If a designator is an RR designator, and designates something in, say, the actual world, then its designatum in any world must, at least, be identical in the actual world with its actual world designatum.
In that case, contrary to what we are assuming, Goliath would be identical with Lumpl in both [W.
Gosselin commented: "On the face of the length of escrow, this may seem to be identical to the Oct.
Thirteen of these (11 residents and two staff members) subsequently proved to be carrying strains identified by PFGE analysis to be identical to the strain obtained from index case-patient 2 (Figure 1) (prevalence of colonization or infection among residents was 2.