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Pitts, which helps put the story into context for readers unfamiliar with the author's history.
1) Because of the low incidence of brucellosis, physicians in areas not endemic for the disease, are unfamiliar with the clinical and epidemiologic features of human brucellosis, and the possibility of brucellosis is rarely considered in the differential diagnosis.
It seems reasonable that, if female swordtails can distinguish the olfactory cues of other fish and exhibit mating preferences based on this distinction, and male guppies can distinguish odor cues of female guppies, female Gambusia may make a similar distinction and may exhibit a preference for males they are chemically familiar or unfamiliar with.
Marcia Fortes, codirector of the Galeria Camargo Vilaca, agrees: "Let's just say that this will be a major opportunity for growth on the part of the curator." Mesquita himself is unfamiliar with Hug's work.
Additionally, most corporations are unfamiliar with unclaimed property laws in their own state, not to mention other jurisdictions.
That old video, for example, of Fonteyn and Somes in Frederick Ashton's Ondine is horribly imperfect, and I would advise anyone unfamiliar with the original stage production against making any judgment based on it.
Many well-meaning nurses have tried to help in an emergency, only to harm the resident because nurses unfamiliar with the resident can make serious mistakes.
A glossary is provided for the convenience of readers unfamiliar with medical terms.
Even though they are unfamiliar with the airplane, they are compelled to call it something, so they say that it is a silver bird.
It's a rich resource for obtaining information and so much more, but it can also be intimidating for those who are unfamiliar with it.
According to a survey of AICPA tax division members on how they interpreted the realistic possibility standard, CPAs who were very familiar with the standard were less aggressive than those unfamiliar with it.
In April, telephone interviews with 1,209 randomly selected adults in the continental United States revealed that 73 percent were unfamiliar with the notion of the loss of biological diversity.