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DEPRIVATION, ecclesiastical Punishment. A censure by which a clergyman is deprived of his parsonage, vicarage, or other ecclesiastical promotion or dignity. Vide Ayliffe's Parerg. 206; 1 Bl. Com. 393.

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The protocol of current study was to identify the effects of sleep deprivation on the epithelium of prostate gland and to demonstrate the beneficial effects of omg 3 FAs.
This research study aims to examine the association between sleep deprivation and individual performance of working mothers with in the educational sector of Pakistan, and to examine the role of mediators, which are "stress at the workplace and workplace deviance" in the given relationship of sleep deprivation and individual performance.
However, research has shown that it is not wise because a longer period of sleep deprivation or chronic shortening of its duration will necessarily lead to a decline of cognitive functions in individuals, thus also leading to a decline in the quality of their productivity (1-4).
Bacterial cells were grown in middlebrook 7H9 broth under iron deprivation (35 [micro]g/ml) and incubated overnight at 37[degrees]C.
These are called the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.
The changes related to sleep deprivation are approved and consistent with the evidences from laboratory-based sleep studies suggesting that sleep deprivation impairs mood, cognitive functioning, and motor performance.
Furthermore, feed deprivation management also stimulates compensatory growth, physiological process in which the organism accelerates growth following the period of restricted development to reach the weight of animals that did not suffer deprivation (HORNICK et al.
For example, the knockout of NPAS2 in mice produces a reduction in Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep (NREMS) and decreased NREMS delta power following sleep deprivation [11-13].
Over half of the world's children in developing countries (56%), just over one billion children, are suffering from one or more forms of severe deprivation of basic human need [3].
KABUL -- President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani says the central provinces of the country will not face deprivation as he admitted that more work and determination is required to eliminate poverty and improve the lives of the people.
Last year, 16 cent of the EU population (75 million people) and 21 per cent of Cypriots, suffered from material and social deprivation, according to data released on Tuesday by Eurostat, the statistical service of the EU.
The amendments propose either triple fine with deprivation of driving rights or imprisonment up to 3 years with deprivation of driving rights for 3 years for violation of tariffs rules and causing bodily harm to a person during driving the vehicle.