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For instance, the name given to the runner or boxer, who is so called in virtue of an inborn capacity, is not derived from that of any quality; for lob those capacities have no name assigned to them.
It takes a man all his inborn strength to fight hunger properly.
No; it was something in them, something inborn and subtle and everlasting.
The report provides value, in millions of US dollars within market segments - Acquired Gene or Chromosome Alterations, Inborn Gene or Chromosome Alterations and Other Genetic Tests.
Talking to a representative delegation of South Waziristan tribal elders led by Habib Ullah Khan at Governor's House on Monday, the Governor said that indeed tribal people have practically proved their inborn love for the motherland.
The EDO said that purpose of organizing such competitions was to provide a platform to young generation for bring out their inborn qualities.
Decorating talented artists and literati with awards will inspire other people to contribute to their respective fields through their skill and inborn talent.
We are all flawed with inborn faults and weaknesses and I do agree that a Christian should strive to conquer these but so should atheists.
Gomez said that in fact, if it is possible to demonstrate that these preferences are already present within days from birth, when the newborn baby is still unable to speak and presumably has very limited language knowledge, then we can infer that there is an inborn bias that prefers certain words to others.
Inborn Errors of Metabolism are genetic disorders in which our body cannot properly convert food into energy, explains Ruchi Singal, Dietitian at Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
The aim of a competition is to bring out one's inborn talent.
It contains 64 chapters assembled by Dulac, a pediatric neurologist in France, and coeditors Lassonde and Sarnat and contributed by neurologists, neuroscientists, pediatricians, and others from around the world, who address the diagnosis and treatment, as well as other facets, of neuromuscular disorders, cranial nerves and brainstem dysfunction, inborn errors of metabolism, heredodegenerative disorders, and postnatal toxic and induced disorders.