Neither do the restof us who feel the positive results of their success.
The basis of this iterative comparison restson the BLASTP algorithm [ 29 ] .
While restin flies shares several features with sleep in mammals [ 17 18 ] , it remains to be determined whether a similar role for BMAL1 or related transcriptional regulators is necessary for the homeostatic regulation of sleep.
Responsibility for the AIDSS restswith the Department of Hygiene and Epidemiologic Surveillance - a department of the Armenian MoH (AMoH) - composed of 52 functional units known as the Sanitary Epidemiologic Service (SES).
The cells were pre-activated for 72 hr with anti-CD3 to induce T cell IL-2 receptor expression, then washed and restedfor 36-40 hr, prior to restimulation with IL-2 for 4 hr [ 16 ] .
Restat midday in the lodge at Dhikala and watch the elephants head down to the river.
Cohort studies often involve natural history models which restupon assumptions about the duration of preclinical cancer or the growth rate of the tumor, the sensitivity of the screening test, and how screening affects cancer mortality.
But Bill Clinton has done a shrewd job of abandoning the losing issues while turning the restto the party's advantage.
It's obvious that our discussion must restuntil this ambitious book is published.
The industry claims that export restrictions could cost American computer companies more than $60 billion in annual revenues by the year 2000: $6 billion from lost cryptography sales, the restfrom lost sales of associated hardware and software.
Both temperatures fell exponentially with restafter exercise.
At the twin summits, the Northern and Western Sea of Clouds, there are a large hotel and smaller inns, the place to get some restbefore viewing the sunrise.
On your right as you walk toward the entrance you’ll pass the old city cemetery restingbetween the walls and the sea.
You’ll be well-rewarded, with ancient columns restingagainst olive trees, shards of pottery among the grass blades, and a Governor’s palace and amphitheatre to explore.
The Wasdale Head Inn is a traditional meeting place, restingas it does in the lea of all the sheer ascents.
Everyone from the youngest to the oldest restsduring the heat of the afternoon and makes the most of the cool evenings, often not going to bed until well after midnight.
We sent Dave and Bob to a hotel to get some restwhile we refuelled and finally finished at midnight very wet and tired.
Here comes Miles, authoritatively quoting Diodorus, the Greek historian, who recorded (60-30BC) that “innocent women even swelled the ranks of pitiful slaves whose forced labour built the pyramids: ... bound in fetters, they work continually without being allowed any restby night or day.
When the church was consecrated, his body was laid to restwithin the walls.
In this area of restored adobe buildings, you can enjoy a restunder the palms and eucalyptus of Plaza Vieja (originally the town plaza and bullfight arena before the Yankees arrived), browse among the stalls selling Mexican handicrafts, or eat at one of the many restaurants.
); notably more pollution than in the United States; notably more government, running higher deficits; lots of well-cared-for historic buildings, such as the built-in-the-14 th -century church I attend with my family; prices far too high, except for wine and flowers, which are cheap (European staples, you know); large cemeteries, where thousands of U.S. soldiers restbeneath uniform stone markers; and ubiquitous fresh bread and great chocolates.
Gravestones restalong the tenement walls marking the outer perimeter.
The rise of mass production, national advertising, and brand identity--the mainstays of consumer capitalism--sent most small beauty manufacturers out of business, and the restinto the hands of men who directed large corporations.
The lines of tall, narrow houses with their pretty gables restbeside picture-perfect tree-lined canals.
A properly managed woodchip surface may cause less lameness and provide better opportunities for cows to restthan concrete surfaces or races.
Restif you must, but don't you quit.
Our national parks, restingabove civilisation, are spared human influence, except for the damaging effects of introduced deer and other species.
My composition usually restsaround 12 - 13% body fat in the off-season, 290875
Then, I am not left with the first unit in my army painted differently from the restbecause I had not refined my technique when I started.
Unfortunately all this was lost in a series of earthquakes in the early centuries of the first millennium and Ancient Alexandria now restsbelow the waters of today’s harbor.
You can stop at the seventh or eighth station to resten route.
So what was the restabout?
The uterovesical ligaments are then clamped and ligated and then the tip of the vaginal seal placed into the cervix and the balloon portion of the device comes to restinside the vagina.
Charles, a Formula One racing driver, accelerates at 5.0 m s-2 from restnear the back of the starting grid.
Return, then, O my Son, the coal being extinct in life, upon the water for thirty days, as I shall note to thee - and henceforth thou art a crowned king, restingover the fountain and drawing from thence the Auripigment dry without moisture.
Fellowship is part of the redemptive restthat the Sabbath provides.
The relevant verses are: Niggers all work on de Mississippi, Niggers all work while de white folk play, Pullin' dem boats from de dawn till sunset, Gittin' no resttill de Judgement Day.
As well one off our fullbacks was playing with an axe, well a couple of not so good tackles that resulted in a compulsory resttowards the end of the game - note the actual sending off offence was a good tackle.
Restingtheburdenof proof on a claimant does not impose an unreasonable responsibility as it is mitigated by three principal factors: 777450
It would create a mid-decile school laying to resttheconcernof parents over combining low-decile schools which they considered a danger.
"But I'm optimistic now that we have put to restanycriticismon the basis of his not being sufficiently generous.
For the first three months after the switch-on it was very tiring and I had to switch-off and resteverydaybecause of a lot of concentration and also some of my brain cells had been dormant and not used to the high frequencies sounds.
“Seeing you, the evening gets interesting.” She restedahandon his shoulder.
A GREYTOWN woman has laid to restthemysteryof where New Zealand's first thoroughbred, Figaro, is buried.
Restthenozzleon the surface and use like a pen, applying even pressure to create your design.
Yet, both guilt and grace shared space on front pages and TV screens a few days ago; they came together in the face of Phan Thi Kim Phuc, who, after 24 years of mute and frozen accusation, stepped forward at this year's Veterans Day ceremony in Washington, D.C., to lay to restthatportionof a painful past that she has carried in her own face.
The lowest gas setting is just right, but the lowest electric setting is too hot so if you are using electricity, use a heat diffusing mat or grid (made out of a couple of metal skewers) and restthesaucepanon that.
Of course, such silences have their own resonance-behind the wall of the art institution lies a history of visual production and between the lines of the received texts of history restsaseriesof unspoken or remote stories.