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The prices of alcoholic products are causatively related to the type, form and intensity of the taxes that both the federal, and especially the provincial, governments impose on this product rather than the characteristics of the system used to distribute it.
In June 2006, Merck's Gardasil was the first vaccine to be approved for the prevention of infections with certain subtypes of HPV (human papillomavirus), a pathogen that is causatively linked to the development of cervical cancer.
These constructs, whether causatively or correlatively, coincided with the recognition of Finance as a field independent of Economics and of particular importance to business and business schools, and the prominence of Finance in the business curriculum over the last quarter of a century.
Although all that is in the imagination is from the senses, what Alfarabi shows is that the imagination can act causatively with the images which it receives from sense perceptions; it can project them onto objects, link them with other images, define and compare, analyze and create, thereby arriving at perceptive and abstractive knowledge.
It will also help prevent the formation of free radicals, which are causatively connected with breast cancer.
Their mission is to make strategic introductions and causatively put their client together with their target public audience so a profitable opportunity can occur.
It leads to both open angle glaucoma and angle-closure glaucoma, and has been causatively associated with cataract, lens dislocation, and central retinal vein occlusion.
We propose that the correlation that we observed between changes in TG and PCSK9 concentrations results from 2 distinct actions of fenofibrate and that they are not causatively linked.