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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

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and Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon in questioning the insertions if Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno and Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles make a move to restore the P75 billion in the budget of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).
He clarified that President Duterte has nothing to do with the P75-billion insertions that were scrapped by the bicameral conference committee.
'Basically, yes, the P160 million per House member plus the billion-peso insertions made by a number of their colleagues, and the P23-billion Department of Public Works and Highways insertions by a number of senators plus other insertions in different agencies have all been retained,' Lacson said in a previous Inquirer report.
The study's strengths include IUD insertions performed at a children's hospital by providers with experience working with adolescent populations.
The observation that although nursing staff at both the SDH and medical college were trained in post-placental IUCD insertion, there were no PPIUCD insertions following vaginal delivery by the nursing staff in the medical college is worrying.
At Malacantildeang, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo voiced confidence in Diokno's capability to explain the alleged insertions. "Let us hear him (Diokno).
The tip feature of both the electrodes is intended to aid insertion through the round window.
The investigators also looked at whether the increase they saw could be related to the common year-end practice of maximizing health insurance benefits and found a significant increase in LARC insertions from 2015 to 2016, she added.
###0.05) except that there were significantly more cases of lost strings in caesarean section compared to vaginal insertions - 219(62.6%) compared to49(5.4%) (p=0.001) (Table-2).
The majority of the articles describe its posterior insertion on the superior margin of the scapula, near the insertion of the omohyoid muscle.
Also, if the analog tests have a higher failure rate than the digital tests, then it may be best to perform two separate test insertions.
Furthermore, it had roughly 65-fold greater potency against common exon 20 insertions compared with EGFR T790M mutations.