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The dilative excess of his staged body calls into question differentials of class and status and, in so doing, encodes the same threat posed by the itinerant worker who shifted frequently between different occupations and locales.
Alejandra had been diagnosed a few weeks after birth with left ventricular non compaction and dilative cardiomyopathy, a disease that causes the heart muscle to enlarge and weaken.
a of the Manual can be read as dilative of the Manual's positive jurisdiction provisions so that whatever restrictions on who may be brought before military commissions they (i.
Nevertheless, dilative needs demand uninterrupted perfection of elevators on the basis of modern scientific and technical achievements in order to speed up the elevator car, to raise lifting capacity and passenger security.
HSP27 was reported to act as an antiapoptotic protein against doxorubicin, a chemotherapeutic drug that may cause dilative cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure (27).
To the Editor: With interest, we read the article by Fox et al (1) on a 29-year-old African-American female in whom left ventricular hypertrabeculation (LVHT), also known as noncompaction, was detected upon investigation for heart failure from dilative cardiomyopathy.
16) and Duncan Kennedy's irreverent Sexual Abuse, Sexy Dressing and the Eroticization of Domination (17) are Halley's touchstones of choice in this dilative call for a theory of sex without feminism, "one adequate to the neorealist and postmodernizing views of the complexity with which legal rules and social actors interact.