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Gardiner did, a question which she could not answer without confusion, said scarcely any thing.
The night was cloudy yet, but moonlight too: and when we crossed the Susquehanna river - over which there is an extraordinary wooden bridge with two galleries, one above the other, so that even there, two boat teams meeting, may pass without confusion - it was wild and grand.
"She didn't tell me to ask you," Miss Tita replied without confusion; she was the oddest mixture of the shrinking and the direct.
His manner was very keen, and yet considerate when he explained to me that a great deal might depend on my being able to answer, without confusion, a few questions that he wished to ask me.
No, I wish you to understand that Heaven effects its purposes without confusion or disturbance, without exciting comment or remark, without difficulty or exertion; and that men, inspired by Heaven, succeed like Heaven itself, in all their undertakings, in all they attempt, in all they do."
Poyser gave her approbation to the scheme of the movable kitchen cupboard, which was to be capable of containing grocery, pickles, crockery, and house-linen in the utmost compactness without confusion. Hetty, once more in her own dress, with her neckerchief pushed a little backwards on this warm evening, was seated picking currants near the window, where Adam could see her quite well.
Within this context, a study using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys (NHANES) in the United States, and whose objective was to examine the role of serum bilirubin as likely risk factor for hypertension, published in its article the DAG performed in DAGitty to a minimal sufficient adjustment set of variables that permit identifying the true effect, without confusion, of bilirubin in blood pressure.
The characteristic webs must be diagnosed, without confusion, with gastric carcinomas and pyloric stenosis (1-3).
Snow keeps his material under tight control, permitting the reader to hop from one perspective to another without confusion, which is no small feat.
Adding, "People who are admitted to hospital with confusion seem to do badly, and are at an increased risk of dying, increased risk of re-admission, and a hospital stay nearly two weeks longer than those without confusion. It is unclear whether this is as a result of the care that they are given or the disease process itself, or a combination of both.
Through testing of the new user interface, we found that even beginners can start using PGP in eM Client very quickly and easily, without confusion. At the same time, our PGP support is highly compatible with other software, so users' counterparts do not necessarily need to be using eM Client, said Michal Burger, CEO and co-founder, eM Client.
'A witness who remembers everything perfectly without confusion or mistakes is most probably the coached and rehearsed witness, like those criminal convicts now testifying against me at the House,' De Lima said.