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INDUCTION, eccles. law. The giving a clerk, instituted to a benefice, the actual possession of its temporalties, in the nature of livery of seisin. Ayl. Parerg. 299.

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Although misoprostol is not registered for such use, it has been widely used for obstetric indications such as induction of abortion and of labor.
All the 3 groups showed a statistically significant increase in fasting blood sugar [P <0.001] from the baseline on induction of the disease been illustrated in the chart.
Steel manufacturers using induction furnace has formed the group Philippine Induction Smelting Industry Association, which counts among its members Real Steel Corp., Wan Chiong Steel Corp.
Further fall in MAP was observed in all the three groups following injection of co-induction agent and induction of anaesthesia with propofol infusion and upto 5 mins after insertion of LMA.
He said the induction in FCPS-II was carried out under the previous formula since 2013.
Infrared induction cookers - "Feel & Electro" by BALTRA have been designed keeping in mind the concept of modern and user friendly appliances.
With induction cooking, the cooking surface is not heated up.
LG Electronics also released a new electric range that is equipped with both induction and radiant burners.
Senators will begin their one and half-month committee inductions mid next month, a day after getting back from the long December recess.
"Old pessimists" and "new pessimists" refer to those who embrace, respectively, the old pessimistic induction and the new pessimistic induction.