., continued excretion of the drug or hysterical prolongation of symptoms.
On transition, the reality has always been that nothing will be on offer except a prolongation of the status quo.
The total included 109 serious heart problems, including 80 cases of a serious heart rhythm disorder called QT prolongation.
They found notable signs of that heart problem, called QT interval prolongation, in 30% of that group, with 11% at high risk for arrhythmias.
As medical technology promised ever-lengthier prolongation of life at ever-higher costs, his stand seemed sane, even humane.
The placenta probably secretes a luteotropin in all mammalian species, thereby contributing to prolongation of the life of the corpus luteum.
The use of drugs designed to increase life span in humans is surrounded by ethical issues associated with the artificial prolongation of life.
Mr Tokayev would ensure a smooth prolongation of his much-praised balanced foreign policy, while Ms Nazarbayeva would safeguard her father’s business empire.
Meanwhile, the California legislature had been debating a Natural Death Act: “Every person has the right to die without prolongation of life by medical means.”
Yet he, like most Scottish voters, said he was most concerned that the unionists have not articulated a positive case for the 307-year-old union’s prolongation.
If none of them reach 35 percent of the vote, the party will hold a convention, a prolongation of the nominating process that the candidates would prefer to avoid.
Increasingly, it is also accepted that for patients with only months to live, it is permissible or desirable for control of pain to take priority over prolongation of life.
Until more is known about this plan and its ability to be modified, it appears unlikely that major prolongation of life or postponement of the onset of aging can be controlled.
Servis holds that man's soul is that prolongation of his spinal marrow which forms the pith of his no tail; and for demonstration of his faith points confidently to the fact that tailed animals have no souls.
The delta, the seaward prolongation of sediment deposits from the Ganges and Brahmaputra river valleys, is about 220 miles (355 km) along the coast and covers an area of some 23,000 square miles (60,000 square km).
In women with cycles of irregular length the date of ovulation is uncertain; in these women the long menstrual cycles are usually due to prolongation of the proliferative phase; the secretory phase tends to remain normal in length.
They’d walked with their fingers enlaced, pulling downward to draw each other close, his hip at her waist, her breasts at his ribs, each awkward rubbing step a kind of prolongation of the endless makeout session the night had become.
In my experience, taking a drug prophylactically that has no evidence base and that has significant side effects (Q-T prolongation is probably the most serious) reflects more on the president's misunderstanding of the drug, the illness, and good prescribing practices.
Folk costume is justly included in many general works on costume, but it differs significantly from the sophisticated in several respects: in a localism so extreme that even a particular town or valley may have its own prized style and every region is distinctive; in the complete differentiation of the festival costume from ordinary clothing; and in a prolongation of style that is little affected either by changes of fashion or by individual taste.
Although the definition of equity is unclear, relevant factors include the impact of natural prolongation of the land territory (i.e., the basic principle that the continental shelf is a continuation of the land territory into the sea), proportionality between the length of a disputing party’s coastline and the extent of continental shelf it controls, the principle of equidistance (i.e., a line of equal distance from the two shores in question), and the existence (if any) of islands between the coastlines.
- the act of prolonging something
Example: there was an indefinite prolongation of the peace talks
- amount or degree or range to which something extends
- the consequence of being lengthened in duration
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Although the definition of equity is unclear relevant factors include the impact of natural prolongation of the land territory ie the basic principle that the continental shelf is a continuation of the land territory into the sea proportionality between the length of a disputing partys coastline and the extent of continental shelf it controls the principle of equidistance ie a line of equal distance from the two shores in question and the existence if any of islands between the coastlines