sternness


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Packed with the extravagance of arrogance and sternness, the PNP chief entirely missed the point with his advice to the grieving.
OCT4A is known to induce sternness properties in ES and EC cells and in contrast, OCT4B variants cannot sustain self-renewal and pluripotency of embryonic stem cells.
In fact, she laid the beginning of its discussions with much hope, sternness, and loyalty.
There is always seriousness, a sternness, a steeliness in the looks of a pregame line-up.
The sternness and passion in her voice, complemented by the guitar playing of Derek Gripper, brought tears to the audience.
She says we're not to mention Betty Ford," Lena said with mock sternness.
My hand is extremely tight on the reigns when it comes to the cast staying in character and forgetting the audience completely," he says, a note of sternness creeping into his voice.
It is reasonable to assume that the mechanisms that regulate the sternness of ESC might be conserved across species, from the mouse to other mammalian species, such as bovine and porcine.
Finally the long-anticipated graduation day arrived, and we had a photo taken of the platoon with drill instructors Green and Black standing in mock sternness among us.
Target looked all serious and purposeful, not taking anybody's nonsense and going from one mess area to another with all the sternness in the world when suddenly he found himself confronted by a dozen of us sizing him up.
the sternness I remember in your act of dying, something in your eyes