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Similarly, new retroviruses, human T-lymphotropic virus types 3 and 4 were found in persons who hunt, butcher, or keep monkeys or apes as pets in southern Cameroon (25).
Other persistent organic pollutants could similarly weaken reactions to vaccines, Grandjean says.
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Fox was similarly candid in a 2002 address to an audience in Madrid: "Eventually, our long-range objective is to establish with the United States, but also with Canada, our other regional partner, an ensemble of connections and institutions similar to those created by the European Union.
Between the similarly layered photographs of Thomas Struth and Eduardo Consuegra, for instance, a crucial shift is registered.
Similarly, if the retailer is audited, it must demonstrate that it paid (collected) sales tax or has an exemption for (from) its transaction with the wholesaler (consumer).
Similarly, BASF is looking out over the next 10 years.
Similarly, a chic Latina magazine editor is dismayed by how out of touch with her readership she has become; an actor changes his name so that he won't be typecast in drug dealer roles; a powerful Latino politician stumps against bilingual education.
Similarly, many Episcopalians await the June ACC meeting in Nottingham, which their representatives will attend as observers only, their voices silenced for now.
Similarly, reductions in the odds of ovarian cancer grew with parity (54% for women who had had 1-2 births and 64% for those who had had three or more).