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Said of lumber, panels, etc., somewhat short of a specified dimension; bare.
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Quantitative studies are hegemonic in this field and comprehensive approaches are scantly considered.
Being scantly described in the literature, infection of the infratemporal fossa can be a life threatening situation that should be dealt with immediately (11).
Although the states broadly adopted these NASAA initiatives, (25) data and other available information show that the initiatives have been scantly utilized for the offering of securities.
Moreover, in addition to adding to the list of potential exoplanet sites, studying circumstellar disks, which consist of dust and debris left over from stars' births, can also provide vital clues to how exactly planets form - a scantly understood phenomenon.
Nuclear markers were the most used in phylogenetic studies on these parasites, whereas mitochondrial markers were only scantly employed in phylogenetic studies with fish flatworm parasites (Figure 1B).
There are scantly any more systematic studies to date on the phenomenon.
We chose Matthioli's translation as a proxy for Dioscorides' text because (I) unlike the current standard edition (Wellmann, 1906-1914), Matthioli (1568) facilitates the identification of the often scantly described simples; (II) Matthioli's medico-botanical expertise imparts authority resulting in practical yet qualified interpretations; and (III) it is written in Italian and therefore easily accessible to readers without any knowledge of Latin or Ancient Greek.
Earlier, the National Assembly had passed the bill during a session of the lower house, which was scantly attended by the lawmakers.
The industry strongly opposed the initial draft (dubbed "Tugwell's Bill") as too harsh, and consumer advocacy organizations scantly praised it.
We argue that deep trenches, some of the most remote, extreme, and scantly explored habitats on Earth, are hotspots of deposition and mineralization of organic material.
A thorough examination of literature sources on the subject clearly shows that this important segment of housing tenure has been only scantly discussed in the region, while details concerning its nature and manner of functioning have hardly been investigated.