Biochemical outcomes data on serum PTH, serum phosphorus and serum calcium reported in 6 studies, 14 studies, 9 studies respectively were not in a format extractable for meta-analysis, therefore, presented narratively
The first 250 pages are narratively
underpowered and rather diffuse.
Furthermore, the narratively
hidden truth of deliberately targeting civilians, (5) is counterproductive to establishing a "moderate" Palestinian state since it radicalizes its victims.
This guide introduces the concepts behind the Rails MVC framework for developing web applications, examines most of its modules and methods, either by example or narratively
in the text, and walks through the creation of a simple online store.
By breaking with the convention, women have influenced men to also dance slowly and narratively
daring, with several rather unexpected turns (which, in some ways, play off the controlling image), Water begins by focusing on Chulia, and our first interactions with the denizens of the ashram are presented largely through her eyes.
This point is explicated by a contrast between the status of Polynices' corpse in Sophocles' Antigone, 'endowed with cultural and familial significance', and that of corpses in 'most contemporary popular action films and adventure stories', where, 'once the characters are dead, their bodies are inanimate and thus, narratively
at least, no longer bodies at all' (p.
These are the most developed stories and narratively
are the most satisfying.
because identities are narratively
constituted and narratively
damaged, they can be narratively
Toy Soldiers' flawless, visually impressive and narratively
engaging presentation elevates children's playthings to the level of collectible sculpted art.
The results are summarized narratively
with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) for estimates where possible.
, we wanted to convey that the young woman survived .