We have now considered that art of money-getting which is not necessary, and have seen in what manner we became in want of it; and also that which is necessary, which is different from it; for that economy which is natural, and whose object is to provide food, is not like this unlimited in its extent, but has its bounds
Every two years, senior staff from each of the training centres around the world gather to share best practice, and in 2019, as part of their tenth year celebrations, Outward Bound
Oman is hosting the latest gathering, with over 120 delegates expected to attend.
When a medication is bound
to plasma protein, it is not free to act.
The McGhee and von Hippel model which takes into account the MI between nearest neighbouring bound
ligands has been the most widely used  in combination with the Scatchard equation for description of small molecules with homogeneous polymers.
On the other hand, as N1less than N2, the low-affinity sites of HSA bound
to more amount of zinc ions, which implied that the low-affinity sites(N2) played the dominant role in the binding process .
Should Congress bound
the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by
In the early time Cao  gave a bound
Then you place the pages to be bound
in the spine and place it in the binding machine, the glue is melted, flowing around the pages to be bound
Both recombinant VLPs and native virions bound
to the midgut, the main and secondary ducts of the digestive diverticula, and tubules, although labeling of tubules was weaker (Figure, panels C, D, and E).
Results were expressed as the percentage of [[sup.3]H]estradiol bound
in the presence of the indicated concentrations of LTX-diol, DES, or luteolin relative to the vehicle control (100%).
Brook Mayor JoAnne Schubert, congressman Mike Ferguson and former congressman Bob Franks joined fellow state, county and local officials recently for ceremonies commemorating the ongoing transformation of a former industrial site in South Bound
Together: A Theology For Ecumenical Community Ministry by A.