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gist

Law the essential point of an action
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 For this of my creed is the soul and the gist,
That has been the gist of the parables which I have tried to adapt to the comprehension of my parishioners.
Here's the gist of the matter in two words: you are to rise on tiptoe, as I tell you; in that way you will be able to reach the pocket of the manikin, you will rummage it, you will pull out the purse that is there,--and if you do all this without our hearing the sound of a bell, all is well: you shall be a vagabond.
Ah, now we come to the gist of the matter," Ernest said with a pleased expression.
The gist of them was that thus far we had remarkably little to show for what Raffles would call "our second innings.
1],[2] Size and mitotic activity is reported to be the most important factors for the risk estimation in terms of the malignant behavior of GIST according to the National Cancer Institute consensus classification.
The data showed 67% of patients with heavily pretreated KIT-driven GIST treated with 300 to 400 mg of BLU-285 once daily had radiographic tumor reductions.
1) discovered connection between GIST and Cajal intestinal cells and their predecessors.
GIST is a benign mesenchymal tumor arising from the intestinal cells of Cajal.
No laboratory investigation can confirm or rule out GIST.
2,3] The incidence of the GIST is very low, that is, 2 in 1,00,000, while jejunal GIST is extremely rare accounting for 0.
GIST Tech-I winners from Africa have included Tonee Ndungu, whose father wanted to start a village school but had no money for textbooks.