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References in classic literature ?
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.
Similarly, a more walkable environment has been found to be associated with higher physical activity and lower obesity levels (Salens et al.
He said: "Although I may not be associated with heading power, I am associated with good timing.
Changes in the environment may be associated with favorable weather patterns, accelerated vegetation growth, and availability of plant and small-animal foods (14,23).
We are excited to be associated with such a fine organization as Mark Stimson, and look forward to working with Dick Schweppe, Steve Shea and their professional team" he added.
In addition, there is increasing evidence that inadequate micronutrient status during organogenesis may be associated with an increased risk for other congenital anomalies such as orofacial clefts, conotruncal cardiac defects, and defects of the urinary system, as evidenced by reduced risk of these anomalies with periconceptional multivitamin supplementation (Botto et al.
Paul Gleiser added, "I am delighted to be associated with Lee Simonson and Broadcasting Partners.
In addition, there are more recent reports that the PiMS phenotype can be associated with hepatic dysfunction during the first 6 months of life (Pittschieler 1994), to cryptogenic cirrhosis between ages 1 month and 18 years (Lima et al.