ginger group


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ginger group

Politics chiefly Brit a group within a party, association, etc., that enlivens or radicalizes its parent body
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The mean change in pain score (before and after use) in the ginger group was significantly greater than that in the placebo group (Table-2).
From the first day of treatment, the ginger group experienced significantly less nausea.
There were two major malformations in the comparison group, and three in the ginger group (a ventricular septal defect, right lung abnormality, and kidney abnormality).
he'd announce during meetings at his company Ginger Group Media, after dropping his trousers to reveal an erection.
The second, which the author might have inferred from his application to Peter Nockles, is that while no ginger group could be expected to take its gospel from the religion of the average Englishman, the Tractarians like the old High Church party before them were an important part of the process in which the Church of England turned its back on ordinary English religion, and this, whether the C of E is regarded as a church or as an establishment, was a serious business.
A Michael Cohl, William Eigen, Jim Brown, Harold Leventhal, Arlo Guthrie presentation of a Ginger Group Prods.
Until now UKIP has always been, effectively, a ginger group.
I was particularly looking forward to a fringe meeting by Cymdeithas Cledwyn, the ginger group set up by Eluned Morgan MEP to promote the Welsh language in Labour.
To be certain that excluding the 3 patients from the analysis did not bias the results, an intention-to-treat analysis was performed in which the symptoms of the 3 dropouts in the placebo group were assumed to improve as much as the best response in the ginger group.
Unlike the Save London Theatres campaign, a ginger group with whom it is often allied, the Trust does not always oppose redevelopment.