10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONGENITALNESS»
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Building a Modern Japan: Science, Technology, and Medicine ...
In short, his conviction that one could improve the female body through physical
exercise and better nutrition and hygiene was based on this genetic view.42 His
distinction between congenitalness (senten) and posteriority (kpten) reflected his
A Turkish and English Lexicon: Shewing in English the ...
2. One who wears tattered garments. a. ^ khiiqi. a. (fern. *jU) Natural,
constitutional, inborn; congenital. kiiiiqiyyot. s. Inuateness of a quality;
congenitalness of a defect. a. Jii xbaioi, a. 1. (pl. JV-) An interval, an opening, a
gap; a crevice; a pore.
Sir James William Redhouse, 1884
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Vocabulary a innate [ineitl innateness D intrinsic [intrinsik, -zikl extrinsic n
inherent [inh ^ d inherence D congenital US-d congenitalness ngist[djistl Di«2 OB
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白野伊津夫, Lisa A. Stefani, 2006
Amino Acids in Human Nutrition and Health
... 35-36 conditions clinical list 494, 508 medical 371-372 pathological 35, 330,
512 conformation change 154-155 congenitalness 407, 408, 512 Consensus
Conference for Phenylketonuria, National Institute for Health (NIH) 413
J. P. Felix D'Mello, 2012
Skin Cancer - A World-Wide Perspective: A World-wide Perspective
In small and medium-sized CMN without satellites (“superficial type CMN”), the
melanoma risk is much lower and, if elevated at all, might reflect the increased
numbers of melanocytes rather than genuine biological features of
Reinhard Dummer, Mark R. Pittelkow, Keiji Iwatsuki, 2011
Paideia: special Plato issue
202 of Plato's Progress), c) But, most significant of all, the Peri Aretes provides,
what our Meno does not, a proper statement of the Acropolis- argument against
the congenitalness of virtue. In the Peri Aretes the argument, though not a cogent
George C. Simmons, Gilbert Ryle, 1978
Yearbook of European Studies
British pragmatism, British level-headedness, British sense of humour: the
invocation of a national character in order to reject a critical stance is remarkable,
as is the way in which the congenitalness of the weakness is adduced as if it
were a ...
Souls in Extremis: An Anthology on Victims and Victimizers
The stigma of mental retardation lies in its permanence, in its congenitalness, in
its assumed pervasiveness, in its believed nakedness. 4. An ideational contrast
of back ward is love, of From Pessimism to Optimism 125 Pessimism on a Muggy
Empirical research on language teaching and language acquisition
Familial occurrence of dyslexia and persistence into adulthood can at best be
called weak claims to the congenitalness of a developmental lag in the patients'
neurological organization. KALLGREN'S study notwithstanding we do not have at
Rüdiger Grotjahn, Edwin Hopkins, 1980
... Common oesophagoscope teratogenicity cogitativeness teleologically
meteorological orogenetically electroplating estrogenically synergetically
congenitalness courageousness rhinencephalon chemotherapist chrestomathies
Justin Crozier, Cormac McKeown, 2006