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They entreated Jupiter that they might no longer be associated with the Ills, as they had nothing in common and could not live together, but were engaged in unceasing warfare; and that an indissoluble law might be laid down for their future protection.
"Very well," said the Witch, "I will give you work in which you will be associated with intellect - you will come in contact with brains.
Banerjee, however, said he did not want any political colour to be associated with the issue.
Traditional and local food markets in many parts of the world can be associated with emergence of new zoonotic diseases.
Residence in rural locations was found to be associated with PD in a number of studies (Butterfield et al.
I first joined the editorial staff of AEQ in 1999, two years after its initial publication, and I am proud to be associated with it six years later.
This case illustrates the fact that A flavus can colonize nasopharyngeal tissue in the absence of immunocompromise or allergic fungal sinusitis and that it can be associated with oxalosis.
He said: "Although I may not be associated with heading power, I am associated with good timing.
It can also be associated with daytime sleepiness, agitation and other impairments in cognitive and physical functioning.
Oral lichen planus may also be associated with cutaneous lesions.
Plantar fasciitis may be associated with joint problems and muscle tightness throughout the lower limb and hip.
pneumoniae infection may be associated with an increased risk for suppurative complications, longer hospital stays, and higher treatment costs (5).