His model divides oral lesions into three sections based on commonness
, significance and uniqueness of lesions.
This gives a more regional picture of soil class commonness
or rarity, rather than assessing soil percentages across all of WA.
The federal government's concern in cutting down the commonness
of childhood obesity may be directly promoted by a requirement restricting children's exposure to junk food commercials throughout children's programming.
For secondary cases, in addition to the average, the commonness
of outliers (super-spreaders), the frequency of zeros, and the variance in the distribution need to be known.
Ripening the cervix before curettage reduces commonness
of these complications.
While in southern Europe the commonness
of this disease is higher around 20% in (Bosnia) apart from that in (Macedonia) it is 14%6,7.
In doing so, I show both points of commonness
of injustice is the most dangerous epidemic on societies, since it causes social collapse.
schanginiana are sparse species, and they are locally endangered by the extended model of commonness
and rarity by Rey Benayas et al .
The author states: "intercultural communication aims at establishing commonness
between people from two different cultures.
So often the disappointment from the commonness
of situations and people leaks into our lives.
It has to take into account the commonness
, but to trim and train, guide and lead the youth, ask to do their duty as the citizen of a democracy -- a task which kindles sweet hopes but which demands patience and perseverance, faith and confidence, faith in oneself and in others and confidence in one's inherent ability to shoulder responsibilities.