Findings from a recent nationally representative survey in England reported that for teenagers, school was the main and most common source
of information on sex education.
163-74), Person presses his notion of multiformity further by dispensing entirely with the notion of a single common source
behind the MT Samuel-Kings and the book of Chronicles and by arguing for a multiformity of parallel editions.
We describe the contribution of global surveillance for measles virus genotypes in identifying a common source
of virus among contemporaneous cases identified in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Netherlands.
has been breeding "lifestyle" cats with a genetic mutation that renders them free of the Fel d 1 glycoprotein, the most common source
of human allergy to cats (other than their endearing habits of shredding couches and bringing dead rodents into the house).
One common source
of error occurs when the audiometric stimulus is perceived in the contralateral (nontest) ear, and patient responses are unknowingly recorded as if they had resulted from stimulation of the test ear.
It is an inbuilt feature of the Java language and allows one to sidestep a common source
of maintenance woes.
Twisting falls are a common source
of ACL tears in downhill skiing.
The low evergreen shrub is the common source
of taxane, a compound used as a therapeutic drug in cancer treatment.
Improving cooperation can be accomplished if a group shares a common source
of threat (Cohen et al.
Experts say the cases appearing around the UK could suggest a common source
but have not established whether it is food-borne.
Experts say the fact cases are appearing around the UK suggests there could be a common source
The cone valve is double sealed to prevent it from tilting if the IBC is bumped during transport--a common source