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Logic
a. (of a formal theory) not so constructed that the addition of a non-theorem to the axioms renders it inconsistent
b. (of an expression) not having a reference of its own but requiring completion by another expression
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5 billion worth of incompletely tested and defective dengue vaccines?
When designating the Natura 2000 sites in the three counties Vas, Zala and Somogy, several species have not been surveyed at all or just incompletely.
Unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated infants and children should have an accelerated series before traveling to infected countries.
Vaginal examinations (N = 111) Completely Not Incompletely recorded recorded recorded N (%) N (%) N (%) Cervical dilatation 31 (28) 39 (35) 41 (37) Cervical effacement 34 (31) 39 (35) 38 (34) Fetal station 34 (31) 37 (33) 40 (36) Fetal position 0 107 (96) 4 (4)
The panel also voted that children aged 24-59 months with underlying medical conditions who are incompletely vaccinated should receive two doses of 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV7) at least 2 months apart, unless they have already received three doses, in which case one dose should be given.
Leaving the spine incompletely closed, it can turn off nerve signals that keep the bladder healthy.
An example of this type of policy involves recently sick individuals who apply for small face amounts of coverage and who are willing to answer application questions incompletely.
Martinez, appointed to his post last September by Mayor James Hahn, who narrowly won the second spot for the May 17 runoff election, defended what he did, saying he was following secretary of state-approved procedures to mark over voters' incompletely filled out bubbles to make sure the InkaVote machines counted them.
Another figure for this kind of mutual, multilayered mirroring is the communication between mother and child, a primal psychedelia that everyone has experienced, however incompletely, however long ago.
Other possible causes are incompletely regenerated or contaminated desiccant.
But a second explanation is that I seem to have incompletely specified the Redskins standard.
Women in the intervention groups also were less likely than their counterparts in the control group to have multiple partners or to have unprotected intercourse with an untreated or incompletely treated partner--two risky behaviors that were related to higher rates of infection.