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After the introduction and before the presentation of the music, this edition offers the verbal texts of the pieces, and--thanks to its brevity--a complete facsimile of the extant fascicle.
Reconstruction of C5 and C6 brachial plexus avulsion injury by multiple nerve transfers: spinal accessory to suprascapular, ulnar fascicles to biceps branch, and triceps long or lateral head branch to axillary nerve.
In contrast, in 1981 Franklin published The Manuscript Books of Emily Dickinson in which he reconstructed the fascicles, the small booklets of poems that Dickinson sewed together and early editors took apart, and presented facsimiles of the manuscripts.
Increasing the current above 100 [micro]A had no apparent additional effect; the stimulation switching mechanisms in the median nerve fascicle exhibited a nonlinear thresholding.
In the first section of the Bussho fascicle, Dogen completely revises the traditional understanding of "All sentient beings without exception have the Buddha-nature.
141-147, Tom 51 (65) Fascicle 3, Special Issue, ISSN 1224-6077, June 30--July 1, 2006, Bucharest, Romania
Measurment and Prediction of Insertion Force for the Mosquito Fascicle Penetrating into Human Skin[J].
Key words: dog, radial nerve, irrigation, fascicles.
CPEB:CW divides Bach's keyboard output into ten volumes with eighteen fascicles, beginning with the works published in authorized editions during Bach's lifetime through I/5, seven fascicles), followed by sonatas not published in Bach's lifetime (I/6, five fascicles), variation sets (I/7, one fascicle), miscellaneous keyboard works (I/8, two fascicles), organ works (I/9, one fascicle), and arrangements of orchestral works (I/10, two fascicles).
Differences include the arrangement of anterior notochaetae in two tiers and the presence of superior dorsal fascicle of geniculate chaetae on chaetiger 5 in P.
The fascicular organization suggests that selective activation of the fascicles responsible for plantar flexion can be isolated and selectively stimulated at the level of the proximal tibial nerve and the distal sciatic nerve.
The first OED fascicle, containing words from A-Ant, was published five years into the ten-year project in 1884.