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Said of lumber, panels, etc., somewhat short of a specified dimension; bare.
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2010 (41) - Difficulty in sucking: 31 (9.9%) - Premature delivery: 3 (1.0%) - Insufficient breastmilk: 1 (0.3%) - Inability to suck because of cleft palate: 3 (1.0%) - Cracked nipple: 1 (0.3%) Cihan and 1-11 days With breastfeeding Karacam problem: 45 (22.3%) Problems; 2017 (42) - Cracked nipple: 17 (8.4%) - Deficient knowledge: 9 (4.5%) - Scantiness of breastmilk: 7(3.5%) - Dented nipple: 8 (4.0%) - Preterm baby: 4 (2.0%) Sencan et al.
In contrast to the relative scantiness of the place, affording an easy comparison with human stature, the enormous statue seems to swell even beyond its actual dimensions.
However, the judge rejected claims that Keter bribed witnesses saying there was scantiness of evidence to prove the same.
* Household structure comprised categories such as available family labor and skill sets, location (distance to markets, water sources, extension services, milk bulking group and pasture), and scantiness of assets (animal housing, tools, cash liquidity and capital in general).
To remedy the scantiness of the source base, I have conducted an extensive search in the books of contract registration (knigi zapisi krepostei), a type of archival source that has almost never been systematically exploited by historians, and discovered eleven previously unknown divorce letters from the era of Peter the Great.
This FABLE campaign can be a model to reduce the scantiness in healthcare facilities in rural country side.
Since the desolation of limb loss does not create only scantiness of corporal capability and facade appearance, also renders mental impairment.
if a scantiness of record fails to support a fully informed and reasoned
He said that bringing out the country from poverty, resource scarcity and scantiness is the task ahead of youngsters and they should participate with full zeal and commitment to turn around the state of affairs in favour of nation.
The point is that there are a number of circumstances that are directly or indirectly indicative of the scantiness of molecular approaches of studies, including the search for a hypothetical gene (or genes) involved in the development of obesity in man.
Therefore, even if the individual cost of the medications does not weigh in the choice of prescribing typical antipsychotics, the paperwork and the scantiness of Special Pharmacies probably contributes for the high prescription rates of haloperidol.