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Humpty Dumpty raised his voice almost to a scream as he repeated this verse, and Alice thought with a shudder, 'I wouldn't have been the messenger for ANYTHING
once more, and, getting no answer to this, she quietly walked away: but she couldn't help saying to herself as she went, 'Of all the unsatisfactory--' (she repeated this aloud, as it was a great comfort to have such a long word to say)
repeated Fledgeby, with a contemptuous turn of his head towards the City's roar.
Verma helps empirical researchers in any area understand situations where repeated measure designs can be used and can provide a handy solution to analyzing them with the proprietorial SPSS statistics software.
Repeated sprint skill, on the other hand, is defined as ability supported by short resting periods and provides production of maximum sprint effort (Girard et al.
Deetz et al (4) concluded that automated chemistry results that lie within the verified analytic measurement range do not need to be repeated.
In the IOP part of the service, patients who are identified as having pressures above 21mmHg and no other signs of glaucoma following a GOS or private sight test have Goldmann applanation tonometry or Perkins tonometry repeated straight away.
Among the repeated shows broadcast this week were Coast, Animal Frontline, Saints and Scroungers, The Weakest Link and Great British Railway Journeys.
Depending on the initial QC results, 1 or more QC examinations were repeated.
Many shows that first go out on BBC3 or BBC3 are later repeated on BBC1 or BBC2.
For over two decades, abundant variation in the number of tandemly repeated units in microsatellite and minisatellite DNA has been used for genetic fingerprinting.
In the Single and Repeated trials, serum glycerol, growth hormone, plasma epinephrine, and norepinephrine concentrations increased significantly (P<0.