While air is insufflated within the esophageal lumen, an 18-gauge hypodermic needle is passed through the common wall
under direct vision (figure 2, A).
What they found were people living in primitive cabins in which no two rooms shared a common wall
, yet the families residing inside were intact and self-sufficient.
In the earlier version, two pancakes shared a common wall
If there's a stairwell or unused closet in the vicinity, consider placing the equipment on the common wall
and using that space for equipment access.
Urban noise falls into two categories: internal noise, which comes from inside the building via a common wall
, floor or ceiling, and external noise, which emanates from outside the building through the building facade.
By one common Wall
Street watchword, three of four mergers consummated today will fail to meet expectations.
It will occupy a 110- by 220-foot space and share a common wall
with a new outdoor music pavilion conceived by architect Frank Gehry.
"We share a common wall
with Micky's, one of the biggest discos in Los Angeles.
Written in blank verse, it depicts a pair of neighboring farmers working together on the annual chore of rebuilding their common wall
. The wall serves as the symbolic fulcrum of their friendly antagonism; it balances their contrasting philosophies about brotherhood, represented by the sentiments
Voelker then cloned the gene that encodes this enzyme and transferred that gene to rapeseed and to common wall
We step to the rim of another pit: deeper than the first, smaller, two rectangular rooms of different sizes connected, like the other, by a break in their common wall
Many of the Wellby stores were originally built next to supermarkets, and the conversions involve knocking down the common wall
between the two stores.