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leg before wicket

Cricket a manner of dismissal on the grounds that a batsman has been struck on the leg by a bowled ball that otherwise would have hit the wicket
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LBW is now installing three 40kW variable speed drives at its Lilliesmere pump station and a business case has been prepared for a similar change at the larger Rocks pump station, Mrs ORourke said.
The present study was therefore undertaken to identify the percentage of LBW and study various epidemiological factors associated with it.
A total of 172 cases fulfilling the inclusion/exclusion criteria were enrolled to determine the frequency of LBW babies amongst women who suffered from depression during 3rd trimester by comparing with control in a military care setup.
Maternal health and modifiable characteristics need to be addressed by preventive programs, to reduce LBW and improve birth weights of newborn babies.
To the best of our knowledge, there are rare detailed studies in Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries about the nutritional status of LBW infants.
We included only LBW baby's with, birth weight less than 2500 gram in our study, among them 538 are low birth weight.
Aware that England would be targeting his fragility against the LBW as plan A, Watson however, said that he is getting better than before, adding that even though he would not be completely able to eradicate the issue, he knows that he is consistently getting in better positions to try and eliminate it.
All LBW neonates were classified as the study group, while those whose birth weight exceeded 2,500 gram served as the control group.
For comparison, the incidence of LBW and sex distribution in the African American population in Orleans parish was obtained from the Louisiana Public Health records (27) for the years 1985 through 1993.
For a factor to be a mediator of maternal LBW and adverse outcomes in the offspring, two important statistical requirements must be satisfied (24).
0% of all LBW births were attributable to ART (PAR% range: 5.