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"A significant minority of children with mTBI and OI have PCSs that persisted one year after injury," the authors write.
Smog persisted in suburban areas of Punjab and KP too disrupting the routine life of the citizens.
Announced Thursday, the picture book will feature famous women throughout history and be titled "She Persisted," Entertainment Weekly (http://ew.com/books/2017/03/16/chelsea-clinton-she-persisted-picture-book/?xid=entertainment-weekly_socialflow_twitter) reported.
Because this pattern persisted, this advection also continued, intensifying as its moisture depth increased from a few hundred feet to some 2 or 3 thousand feet.
Shelton (2003) had found in her sample of nursing students that the amount of faculty support differed significantly between those that persisted versus those that had dropped out, with those that had persisted reporting significantly higher levels of faculty support.
Income inequity persisted even after the researchers accounted for gender differences in such factors as medical specialty, hours worked, and practice type.
Income inequity persisted even after the researchers accounted for gender differences in medical specialty, hours worked, and practice type.
I asked various academics why they persisted in teaching something that was demonstrably wrong.
1 : to keep on doing or saying something : continue stubbornly <The reporter persisted with questions.>
"I'm surprised the virus persisted so long," added Graeme Laver, an expert in the spread of bird flu.
Those in the sample who dropped out tended to have statistically significant lower SAT or ACT scores than those who persisted to graduation.
And yet fewer than 1 in 12 doctors have raised concerns with nursing staff in an effective way despite reporting that the problems have persisted for 1 to 5 years or more.