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As for the text itself, nowhere does Aquinas say that the "fuller" prudence is a combination of acquired and infused prudence rather than the subject's greater participation in infused prudence.
In the study, bioscaffolds, or three-dimensional structures made of biocompatible and biodegradable materials in the shape of the tissue, were infused with a protein to promote growth in the rabbit joint.
When looking for a sweet addition to bakery products, desserts, sauces and more, try using Low-moisture Infused Blueberries from Van Drunen Farms (VDF), now offered in a cane sugar infused option, in addition to the standard fructose-infused blueberries.
The primary objective of this study was to conduct a preliminary investigation to determine the potential for use of carbon preforms made from wood-based materials in the production of high-value composites by evaluating some of the basic physical and mechanical properties of carbonized medium density fiberboard (CMDF) infused with epoxy and phenolic resins.
Infused with calming rose oil and enriched with beeswax, it lifts and sweeps away impurities and make-up without drying.
1 : to put in as if by pouring <The leader infused spirit into the group.>
has launched antioxidant-rich Pomegranate Infused Vinegars.
josims.com) is to distribute the company's naturally infused fruits in the UK.
So, they thought that this high-solids cranberry infused syrup would be an excellent raw material for making natural cranberry-based functional foods.
CoGS infused the initiative with $200,000 to come from "anticipated revenue from undesignated legacies," or monies willed to General Synod.
Patients infused at the lower dose achieved blood levels of Glypromate(R) of 960 ng/mL and those infused at the 3 fold higher dose had a maximal) had determined earlier that there were no major concerns regarding the safety of Glypromate(R).
Common Life is the fifth published collection of poems by Robert Cording (Professor of English and Barrett Professor of Creative Writing at Holy Cross College) and infused with spirituality.