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insertion

n. the addition of language at a place within an existing typed or written document, which is always suspect unless initialled by all parties.

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Mean and standard deviations were used for quantitative variables like age and duration of marriage, while frequencies and percentages were used for categorical variables like use of family planning method and place of insertion of IUD.
'In case the two Cabinet members succeed in this evil scheme of vetoing the 2019 GAB [General Appropriations Bill] to restore the P75-billion insertion, I will join Sen.
He said both the Senate and House have realigned the P75-billion DBM insertion.
In this retrospective chart review, Kebodeaux and Schwartz sought to compare successful IUD insertion rates on first attempt in 120 sexually active (SA) and 82 never sexually active (NSA) adolescents.
The data from both level of health-care facility is paradoxically both encouraging and worrisome as far as the service provider doing the insertion and the timing of the insertion is concerned.
An angular insertion depth of 420[degrees] as measured from the round window was chosen for the designs based on the corresponding tonotopic spiral ganglion location [10] that is sufficient to access the frequency ranges necessary for high-level speech recognition without increasing the risk of trauma or perceptual distortions reported with deeper insertions [11-13].
Caption: The DEPRAG press insertion systems enable the insertion of a range of fasteners.
In the 8 weeks after the election, that number jumped to 118 insertions, a 123% increase (P = .02), again with a preponderance of hormonal IUDs.
Cochrane reviews also provide evidence regarding safety and feasibility of PPIUD insertion.15,16 In Pakistan, the millennium development goal (MDG) 5 could not be achieved despite many efforts.
Regarding the post insertion complaint, 75% of patients faced pain and discomfort.
The anterior insertion took place by a thin tendon on the cranial surface of the first costal cartilage, 49 mm laterally to the sternal portion of the left clavicle, close to the insertion of the subclavius muscle (Figs.
The effect on circuit performance is mostly exhibited as insertion loss, although there is some effect on the phase response as well, which is associated with the wave velocity and effective dielectric constant (Dk), which is the Dk perceived by the circuit.