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Conclusion: Smudgy pattern of peritoneal involvement enlarged necrotic abdominal lymph nodes high density ascites and ileocecal involvement are the most common abnormalities seen in patients of abdominal tuberculosis in our local population.
I really liked the green arm chair, the ever present dog, Mum's soft squishy eyes and her terrible clothes and the smudgy backgrounds on some of the pages, particularly the purply-blue walls in the little girl's bedroom.
His descriptions do not rely on conventionally-known signifiers, and certain pictures hang marvelously by a thread, on the verge of being smudgy abstractions.
Her hair is always tangled and unkempt, her make-up is always smudgy and imperfect, and her guilty pleasure is trawling vintage shops for beautiful, hidden treasures (that makes two of us).
As for the iPad, it is perhaps the biggest step yet on a road towards highly sophisticated, light, portable reading devices which will make paper and smudgy ink look medieval.
And then, as though it were the normal conclusion to a Shabbos dinner, the world's last Jew is born, "His glasses' lenses, smudgy with fluid, that and His, nu, you know, too, which is hairy as well, the beard down below and apparently, can it be, already circumcised .
Longer lengths have been given a makeover this season with sleeker shapes and less fuss in a simple colour palette of blacks, whites, greys and smudgy khakis as seen at Chloe and Aquascutum.
While Soviet-era dissidents had to depend on smudgy mimeographs and Western radio stations to get their message out, Charter 08 has been able to use Web sites, e-mails and text messages -- despite the massive firewall operation of Chinese authorities.
For, looking back from the opposite end of the gallery, what in fact appear as smudgy, broken-up and twisted outlines of these colorful shapes are but mere reflections in two polished aluminum sculptures diagonally placed across the middle of the room.
The boy touches the corners of the page counting, "one, two, three" and again--three times in all--touching the page with smudgy fingertips while wishing that he, too, had a guardian angel for protection, and wishing that he could be the guardian angel who saves Issac from his father's knife.
In this case I would note that some of the spreadsheet extracts included in the text are so smudgy as to be unreadable.
Much of the film is dialogue-free, and presented with a smudgy, widescreen artfulness that marries realism with high style.