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The Washington Post leads with the reduction of the American militarypresence in the Persian Gulf.
WebStarters is a company dedicated to assisting individuals, small businesses and other organisations get started with an onlinepresence, or if they already have one, then to fine tune that presence in order to make it work optimally for their business.
microarray) in that it is not limited by the physicalpresence of a gene on microarray, thus it offers an unique approach to discovering potential functional links between genes through expression profiling.
Over the last few years, AV Group has experienced strong growth in its consulting business both in New Zealand and internationally, whilst Equip has gained a strongpresence in the local market with sales to both Genesis and Meridian.
To determine whether TGF-β1 blocked Hyal-1 and Hyal-2-increased TNF killing, the cells were pretreated with TGF-β1 for 2 hr and then exposed to TNF-α in the continuedpresence of TGF-β1 for 16-24 hr.
Although it is possible that altered transcription of mNoc as a consequence of an interaction between aging and the IAP insert may alter the rhythmic pattern of expression [ 39], our data clearly indicate that the merepresence of the IAP element in mice 8 weeks of age has little or no impact on rhythmic expression.
3) Russia conveyed a proposal from Milosevic to allow an "internationalpresence" in Kosovo under U.N. auspices if NATO halts its bombing and withdraws its troops from Yugoslavia's borders.
You can use forwarding to improve your current address, increase brand exposure by creating multiple gateways or to create a globalpresence.
By contrast, we could prevent the temperature-dependent loss of calmodulin by carrying out sedimentation in the continuouspresence of 5 μM calmodulin (Fig.
In addition the Home Tutor Program and Open Learning Centre have a significantpresence in the local TESL environment.
Commitment to, and a willingness to put a face to, our customers is clearly expressed by maintaining a regionalpresence in our main areas of operation.
Are all your friends really hyper for Hillary--thrilled that the first lady will bless the lucky voters of New York with her divinepresence?
Instead, it has pursued a strategy designed to make the Britishpresence in Northern Ireland too costly for the British public to endure.
Though some delay in colony formation compared to controls was observed upon addition of water prior to plate counting, the Bacillus spores survived both storage in a ferrate-rich soil and the brief simultaneouspresence of ferrate and water during analysis.
The nanny, by comparison, can be trusted to control the children, but her constantpresence irritates the children and slows down the shoot.
The duration of pre-slaughter events and humanpresence should be minimised.
Gramm's picture promptly disappears, but its briefpresence qualifies the ad for the more lenient federal rules about "candidate" spots: Such spots can't be censored, and the stations must sell the time at a lower "political" rate.
We are creative beings: We are the creativepresence and the creative agency of the Absolute.
Through this website a selection of photographers will be given an extended, worldwidepresence.
When divers count fish, their verypresence affects their results, by on the one hand shying some fish away, and on the other hand double-counting those who follow them.
Permeases, transporters, synthetases and various detoxification enzymes, which, in general, tend to amplify as a response to stressful conditions [ 32, 33, 34, 46, 48, 51], also showed a substantialpresence among the recently duplicated genes in all species (see Additional data files).
This 1971 document affirmed the "truepresence" of Christ in the Eucharist, "effectually signified by the bread and wine, which, in this mystery, become his body and blood."
What they have lacked is a suitable visualpresence, their business card and web site did not provide the look and function they desired.
Freud himself proved a shockingly commandingpresence, a man of barely checked intensity lurking in the shadows (he refused Lehrman's requests to come out into the sunlight) who only unstiffened in the presence of his dogs.
I think that he's a fine, lightweight comicpresence at times (his scowl is a psychotic version of a comedian's classic slow burn), but Schickel goes further.
The Romanpresence had a far-reaching influence on the country.
As he writes in "Real Presences," the second essay: "Where we read truly, where the experience is to be that of meaning, we do so as if the text ... incarnates ... a realpresence of significant being ."
But the Gael of Western Ireland and the Scottish Highlands endured an equally pervasivepresence in the form of hundreds of square miles of heather covering moor and mountain to almost the complete extinction of other forms of vegetation.
That means accepting more than a token Russianpresence in the international force that may accompany the refugees back to Kosovo.
Peace Brigades International (Aotearoa) - are planning an East Timor Project (at the request of East Timorese Human Rights groups) which will ensure a permanentpresence of international volunteers in East Timor.
A nostalgia fest for the Singing Cowboy, with obituaries declaring him a "soothingpresence" (Mike Clark and David Zimmerman, USA Today ) and "that almost unimaginable thing, the domestic cowboy" (the New York Times ).
How else to explain the mysteriouspresence of Oscar Gamble and Mickey Rivers?
The massivepresence of α-ARD immunoreactivity emphasizes the importance of nicotinic cholinergic neurotransmission in the fly visual system.
A dynamicpresence in New Zealand's visual arts culture, Culbert has on occasion collaborated with Ralph Hotere to produce significant artworks.
When was the last piece you read noticing the parallels between our no-fly enforcement and the Gulf of Tonkin navalpresence in the early 60s or between our Bosnia mission and the ill-fated one in Beirut?
By contrast, the Asian presence is noticeably less, and the Jewishpresence noticeably more, in private schools.
As part of preparations for celebrating the centenary of St Matthew-in-the-City, a centenary logo was developed to reflect the progressive Christianpresence of St Matthew's in Auckland City.
No matter the particular outcome, the NYT sees the dealing as indicative of the telecommunications industry's trend towards increasing consolidation, noting that a combined GTE-MCI would be the first company since the breakup of AT&T to have a largepresence in both local and long-distance markets.
One obvious criticism of the negative data in these studies is that they did not verify the actualpresence of statin in the animal serum.
Telecom has also established a majorpresence in Australia itself, through Pacific Star.
THE KINGDOM OF GOD We aim to move in the signs of the present fulfilment of the kingdom invoking the Spirit's powerfulpresence, ministering through the Spirit's gifts and seeing God heal and work wonders.
Mezzo-soprano Helen Medlyn is one of many involved in each event, but her recent press indicates it is her unique calibre and dazzlingpresence that have drawn not only crowds, but also enthusiastic praise from conductor and critic alike.
With gender still a powerful culturalpresence in the church, the additional effect of fear-inspiring beliefs could be expected to be specific to the sexes.
- -Angel Cruz Eat My Flannel Well, it appears that Robert Ferrigno (see "Kiss My Tan Line") has done well at touting the Californianpresence here in Seattle.
The strong color and buoyantpresence of this ornate dress command our attention; the dress has no mustiness at all.
At least Morris isn't pretending, like most traditional biographers, that he is in command of some untainted objectivity beyond authorialpresence or beyond fiction.
They believed in Bob Dole; they had to believe in him, even as his broodingpresence infected the farthest corners of the campaign with an acidity specific to him.
Floor plans will be added to the Tour pages as soon as they are available and in the meantime, we hope our virtual presenceisenjoyable and illuminating.
Utility is really of no interest, but its presenceisessential.
An enormous male weighing more than 150kg, his presencewasmagnificent.
This all occurred in front of the shogun, which meant serious trouble, because displaying a weapon in the shogun's presencewaspunishable by death.
The State Department presenceiswoefullyunderstaffed, and the military mission is narrowly focused on al Qaeda andTaliban remnants in the south and southeast.
Our role was to help refine how eBill worked from a user's perspective and create a web presencethatwascomfortable for the user and which communicated security and privacy.