The remaining two cases are a 19-year-old female, from Cardiff who is a direct contact
of a confirmed case in Warwick and a 22-year-old female from Caerphilly, who is a contact of a confirmed case in Oxford.
She noted direct contact
with patient 4's blood during hemostasis.
Immersion in a new and unfamiliar cultural milieu and direct contact
with human suffering through service work poses a "disorienting dilemma" for participants.
Medical authorities state that HIV is spread through sexual intercourse, direct contact
with infected blood, and from an infected mother to her unborn child.
It must not be forgotten, after all, that a new school of "subjective photography" had also begun to take hold in the '50s--Otto Steinert would soon have great influence on the Spanish scene--and that, through his father, the artist had had direct contact
with the vanguard photography of the early decades of the century.
In Latin America, direct contact
with business partners--and potential partners--is key to sealing the deal.
We never had a staff meeting, and our only direct contact
was a dinner we shared at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature.
It is acquired by direct contact
with an infected individual or, less commonly, by contact with a fomite (e.
Evaporative effects were found to be limited primarily to the layer in direct contact
with the heated surface.
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The FBI Intelligence Bulletin is intended to provide information to patrol officers and other law enforcement personnel who have direct contact
with the general public.
You essentially have direct contact
with your fans.