In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It comes as a surprise, then, to learn that many medical studies include too few patients to reach any definitive conclusion.
- Histomorphology, therefore, remains as the gold standard for a definitive diagnosis.
- We expect, and demand, that the authorities do all within their power to put a definitive end to this utterly indefensible action.
- People are always spouting off with definitive answers about what design is… except that everyone has a different take on it.
- We do not believe that definitive conclusions can be reached on so obviously inadequate an evidentiary record.
- In a statement released on Sunday the company confirmed it had reached definitive agreement to sell the company to three private equity groups.
- Even then, as Woodruff points out again and again, we can never be assured that we'll reach a definitive end.
- He added: ‘It is far too early to reach any definitive conclusions and, in some areas, we may never reach that goal.’
- If a definitive agreement is signed - one is hoped for by the end of April - Reilly will be named president and CEO of the new company.
- Patients usually present to their general practitioner but a definitive diagnosis of left ventricular systolic dysfunction can only be achieved by cardiac imaging.
- I want this case brought to a definitive conclusion.
- This procedure is considered the gold standard for definitive diagnosis of lesions.
- The definitive agreement for the acquisition was announced December 8, 2004.
- Although the meeting lasted for over three hours, no definitive agreement was reached.
- Next year, Delta will receive 11 737-800s and says it has a definitive agreement to sell them.
- It has found that numerous and serious deficiencies in the paper did not allow it to reach the same definitive conclusions reached by the authors.
- The companies expect to enter into a definitive agreement within 60 days.
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- Fortunately, this may not be the definitive book on Bill Brandt.
- Written by Teddy Fennelly, the book is deemed to be the definitive text on the co-operative movement in Ireland.
- One hopes that this is just the first edition of what will become the definitive textbook in the field.
- This is a definitive book on the subject, made all the more collectable by its beautiful presentation.
- There is currently no widely accepted, concise, definitive list of key health education journals.
- The number of flood defence committees is also to be drastically reduced, scrapping all local committees and establishing a definitive list of regional committees.
- I always planned to write a definitive article about him and never did (which was one reason why, twenty years later, I did the encyclopedia entry on him).
- We had a few drinks, threw around a few names and came up with a definitive list of the ten most influential art people in Sydney.
- This last species may occur in N. Iraq near the Turkish border but I haven't found any definitive documentation.
- Will this be the definitive list of top ten songs?
- Although the revelation was complete before the death of Muhammad in 632, the tradition tells us that he did not himself assemble the material into a definitive text.
- Michael Phillips has written the definitive book on organic apple growing, The Apple Grower.
- He published the senior's complete works in a definitive edition.
- I recall well the thrill of finding in a Paris bookshop a definitive biography of the contemporary French king, Louis VII.
- Linda Lear is author of the definitive biography of Rachel Carson.
- Is that really the tiny study where Noah Webster penned his definitive dictionary?
- This immense study was published between 1851 and 1854 and immediately became the definitive text on the subject.
- On the Arts and Disciplines of the Liberal Letters was the definitive text for the Middle Ages.
- Despite its noble remit, and the broad range of material which must have been available, this is not a definitive anthology in terms of calibre.
- In 1924, he published his definitive volume, The Pipe Book, still an invaluable reference tool for tobacco historians today.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.