We would be exposing
why Nitin Gadkari's doesn't say anything," she added.
For instance, contaminant-induced mortality can be later ameliorated by reduced competition among the survivors, a concept we refer to as "density-mediated compensation." Alternatively, it can be exacerbated by toxicant effects that persist or appear after exposure, a phenomenon we term "carryover effects." We developed a laboratory framework for testing the contribution of exposure, density-mediated, and carryover effects to net survival, by exposing
embryos and larvae of the streamside salamander (Ambystoma barboum) to atrazine (0, 4, 40, 400 ppb; 3 ppb is the U.S.
Charles Key observed: "Most of the credit for keeping the public informed, in the midst of a mainstream media blackout, goes to THE NEW AMERICAN and investigative reporter William Jasper."(For more information about TNA's OKC investigation, see page 25.) In our October 12, 1998 issue, we published Osama bin Laden's grim visage on the cover, exposing
his importance in the international terror network almost three years before 9/11.
Sarah had the spiders weave one web before exposing
them to smoke.
He was not merely exposing
his feet to others to be washed, he was baring his whole body in all of its shamefulness so that all of us might be washed.
Extraoral x-ray systems don't rely on exposing
x-ray film directly.
Barclay wrote in his opinion that the human rights panel "was correct in concluding that the advertisement can objectively be seen as exposing
homosexuals to hatred or ridicule."
The first person to be charged under South Dakota's law was Nikko Briteramos, 18, who was arrested in late April and is accused of exposing
at least 10 women to the virus.