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Every few steps other lofty and still narrower crevices branched from it on either hand -- for McDougal's cave was but a vast labyrinth of crooked aisles that ran into each other and out again and led nowhere.
Pray take care, Miss Woodhouse, ours is rather a dark staircase rather darker and narrower than one could wish.
"This updated analysis of fedratinib employed intent-to-treat, or ITT, principles and utilized a narrower definition of ruxolitinib relapsed, refractory, or intolerant patients.
The move could also help reduce accidents on the road as based on the 2016 World Resources Institute study, narrower lanes were actually safer as these prevent sideswiping and reckless maneuvering.
The Edge of Reason Irene Graham Life has beat me up and left me scraping the bottom of a barrel I took all my fears, walked down streets washed with tears, to where the pavement got narrower and narrower Moved so close to the edge, that tipping point, and almost lost my balance But an unseen hand just reached right out, pulling me back from the brink, firmly placing my feet to where I'm now standing.
The researchers found that, based on the 14 patients who completed the study, the visual analogue scale score and scar width measurements showed a significant improvement in appearance and narrower scars for the halves of the scars treated with botulinum toxin type A (P = 0.046 and 0.001, respectively).
Like the trapezoid, this shape has broad shoulders and chest but narrower hips and waist.
It's becoming narrower and narrower and to try to walk two abreast is virtually impossible.
Now available with a narrower internal diameter of 3.6 to 3.7 mm, as well as 4.1 to 4.2 mm, the straws will fit pipette handsets from a number of companies, including Barky and Socorex.
Very wide-angle fields of view are standard, the company said, with narrower fields available for specific machine requirements.
To make streets narrower, one of the biggest challenges is to reduce the space taken up by underground utility lines and control chambers, including those for power, water, telecommunication and fibre optics.
Occasionally they are a little snug in some of the narrower 10/22 magazine wells.