Appellant argues the trial court erred
in admitting evidence of K.'s recent complaints of sexual abuse because K.
731 was associated with a significant reduction in hot flashes, compared with placebo, from 11 per day at baseline, to 4 per day at 12 weeks, Dr.
U2OS human osteosarcoma cells (Ponten and Saksela, 1967) have therefore been used to elucidate the action of ERr
731[R] and the single test substances on the ER activation in bone-derived cells.
And the fans may concur with the idea of replacing K err
if Ireland fail to finish in the top two of a qualifying group for the second successive time.
(1) If Federal Reserve member banks gained deposits relative to nonmember banks, the ERR
As a result of the LNG truck demonstration program, Perkins and ERr
have been working with other customers to put additional CNG and LNG trucks into regular service.
Electing a new head was also unofficially talked about at last Tuesday's ERR
supervisory board meeting.
FUTURE regulation of the press should "err
on the side of freedom", William Hague has warned, before Lord Justice Leveson's eagerly awaited reform proposals.
(2005) pooled results from nuclear workers in 15 countries; in calculating countryspecific excess relative risk (ERR
) per sievert, they found one country, Canada, to have an ERR
> 6 times the 15-country average.
Retained enjoyment: First, the Fifth Circuit found that the Tax Court did not err
in determining that the decedent had retained possession or enjoyment of the FLP property.
I take the position that violence is such an evil and our ability to control it and justify it is so limited that we must err
on the side of peace.
* The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report "To Err
Is Human" (1) cast a long shadow over the entire issue of health care safety.