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Logic (of an inference) having more than one premise, esp, being syllogistic in form
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What Is the Basis for Species Differences in Responses Mediated by PPAR[Alpha]?
The themes in the questionnaire included online collaboration, computer mediated communication, motivation, online support and benefits of problem-based online learning environment.
dependent and is mediated by CCR5 and CXCR4; binding only to CD4 is not sufficient for activation.
First, he advises, call each candidate and ask, "Can you tell me about the disputes you've mediated In the health care field, and the name of some senior executive I can contact to discuss what you did for them?
Two cases were successfully mediated, and three cases are still in [process.
It is estimated that over 80% of all mediated disputes are resolved.
Finally, Barbour proposes that Greene, Nashe, and Dekker were "searching for the identity, boundaries, and functions of prose at their present time; and in this pursuit they mediated some of their culture's ultimate concerns" (p.
Collaborative strategic reading as a means to enhance peer- mediated instruction for reading comprehension and content-area learning.
Because of their potential for broadening vaccine-mediated protection in humans, they have been studied extensively in animals and found to be mediated predominantly by virus-specific memory T cells (6,7), antibodies (8-10), or a combination of both (11-13).
1] With the majority of reports due to settlement, it should not matter to a physician whether they are generated due to an attorney-negotiated settlement or a mediated agreement early in the conflict.
In other words, Appeals personnel - other than the Appeals participant in the mediation process - may complete the paperwork necessary to effectuate the settlement, but will not be able to "second guess" an agreed-upon mediated settlement.
In AIDS patients, cell-cell binding is mediated in part by a viral protein, gp 120, which HIV-infected cells feature on their outer membranes.