She’s newly unmarried.
The darker segments are parental DNA and the lighter segments are newly synthesized DNA.
The six countries newly added to the immigration ban are not easily categorized together by religion.
This newly released 12th edition features all the newest attractions, eateries and shops in the city.
At the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games, Park won a gold medal in the newly created women’s golf event.
On the southside of the high street get a haircut at newly opened hipster barbershop Freedom Hair Barbering & Coffee.
In 1823 Maranhão adhered to the newly independent empire of Brazil and, in 1889, to the newly proclaimed republic.
Maybe you have a newly renovated home or a newly leased car in the driveway that gets swapped out every two years or so.
In fact 81,000 was the average daily number of people newly tested in England and did not include those newly tested in other parts of the UK.
Researchers have been combing through the newly-registered domains to identify active scams, and have already gotten hosts like WordPress to remove fraudulent sites.
It’s a numbers game now, as the daily count of newly vaccinated people far exceeds the tally of newly infected in most of the worst-affected countries.
The centre sits beside a newly built road lined with cars and bicycles in a newly built industrial park – Gui An’s public transport has yet to be built.
require a constitutional court to rule on whether each of these newly-separated powers had been abused; whether newly-defined authority had been exceeded.
There has been a consistent increase in newly reported cases in the Netherlands over the past four weeks, with a 52 per cent increase in newly reported cases between 7 and 13 August.
The newly divorced are drawn to narratives of divorce, the newly relocated to tales of fresh starts and reinvention, the newly diagnosed to stories of survival or palliative care.
Rachel and Dan arrive on a beautiful island for the holiday of a lifetime – newly wed, newly pregnant – but even before they check in to their luxurious hotel, the locals are warning Rachel that her husband is in danger.
With an influx of 49 newly independent countries into the old white club of the Commonwealth, the newly formed Secretariat needed a new kind of administrator for its ambitious economic and social development plans, and Patsy fitted the bill.
Pedro would not only baptize newly enslaved arrivals right in the cathedral’s courtyard well (which was already controversial), but he would then explain to the newly saved that they deserved all the rights held by other Christian citizens of the Spanish Empire.
Pending the introduction of a Europe-wide tracing app, a project troubled by delays and disagreements, hundreds of newly trained health officers are working the phones to trace and inform anyone who may have come into contact with a newly infected person in order to halt the chain of infection.
While the American Medical Association says that "medical training sometimes involves practicing procedures on newly deceased patients," a 2002 article in the Journal of General Internal Medicine argued that "current ethical norms do not support the practice of using newly and nearly dead patients for training in invasive medical procedures absent prior consent."
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While the American Medical Association says that medical training sometimes involves practicing procedures on newly deceased patients a 2002 article in the Journal of General Internal Medicine argued that current ethical norms do not support the practice of using newly and nearly dead patients for training in invasive medical procedures absent prior consent