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EFFICACY
COMBINED TREATMENT
COMBINED ARMY
COMBINED ARMIES
TWO-RUN COMBINED TIME
JANKA
COMBINED TIME
BIATHLON
NORDIC COMBINED
NUMBER
COMBINED FORCES
BATTLE
MINERALS
STRENGTH
INVENTION
MEANS
DIABETES
LACK
RICE
ATOMS
COMPOUNDS
POINTS
SEASON
WORDS
WAY
AMINO ACIDS
AMINO
ALCOHOL
RISK
CASE
CASES
DRUGS
PATIENTS
MINUTES
MINUTE
COURSE
EVENT
WINNING
WINNER
HYDROGEN
OXYGEN
GAMES
GOLD MEDAL
GOLD
BRONZE
MIX
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Definitions

  1. Combined, the results demonstrate that C-peptide is a bioactive peptide, possibly of importance in the treatment of neuropathy in type 1 diabetes.".
  2. Combined is an alpine skiing event.
  3. Combined, a decrease in plasma calcium, an increase in plasma phosphate, and low production of the active form of vitamin D leads to bone disease.
  4. Combined, the Liberals and NDP had 154 seats – one short of the total needed for the balance of power.
  5. Combined, the top 10 drivers in the second and third-tier classes at each NASCAR Dodge Weekly Series track will share nearly $350,000.

Efficacy

  1. Efficacy of combined use of ursodeoxycholic acid and heptral in the treatment of primary biliary cirrhosis.

Combined Treatment

  1. BACKGROUND: Oral and topical mesalazine formulations are effective in active ulcerative colitis, but little is known on the efficacy of combined treatment.
  2. A significant effect (Pv=0.033) was also seen when comparing the combined treatment with the treatment with.sup.224Ra wire alone.
  3. RESULTS: 67 patients were assigned to oral treatment and 63 to combined treatment.

Combined Army

  1. The result was the Battle of Khaironeia in Boeotia (338 BC), in which the Macedonians defeated a combined army of Athenians and Thebans.
  2. In 451 he led a combined army, including his former enemy the Visigoths, against the Huns at the Battle of the Catalaunian Plains.

Combined Armies

  1. As the consul of the year, Maximus was by law the senior commander of the combined armies.

Two-Run Combined Time

  1. Svindal finished in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 19.64 seconds, collecting his second gold after winning the downhill on Sunday.
  2. Goergl, who led after the first leg, finished in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 38.49 seconds.
  3. Rebensburg, who had never won a major race and was sixth after the opening leg, won in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 27.11 seconds.

Janka

  1. Janka, who led after the first leg, clocked a combined total of 2min 37.83sec over the two runs down the Dave Murray course.
  2. Miller edged Janka on Friday in the super combined.

Combined Time

  1. Janka took the gold, his first Olympic medal, in a combined time of two minutes, 37.83 seconds.
  2. Cuche claimed first place with a combined time of 2:21.45 followed in second place by Ligety who was.40 seconds behind in total time.
  3. Ligety was third after the first run and second in the next for a combined time of 2 minutes, 24.31 seconds, edging Manfred Moelgg of Italy by 0.15.

Biathlon

  1. The four sports categorized as Nordic events are: biathlon, cross country skiing, ski jumping and nordic combined.
  2. Venue: All Nordic combined events will be contested at Whistler Olympic Park, the same venue used for cross country skiing, ski jumping and biathlon.
  3. The park will be the site of the biathlon, cross-country skiing, ski jumping and Nordic combined events at the 2010 Olympics.

Nordic Combined

  1. These sports and events included alpine skiing, Nordic combined, cross-country skiing, biathlon, figure skating, speed skating, ice hockey and ski jumping.
  2. Whistler Olympic Park will host all of the Nordic events including: Biathlon, cross-country skiing, nordic combined, and ski jumping.
  3. The four sports categorized as Nordic events were: biathlon, cross-country skiing, ski jumping and Nordic combined.

Number

  1. Some organizations argue that this abuse is endemic to the movement, and is a result of a combined number of issues.
  2. Following the 1999 local elections, the number of Conservative councillors equalled the combined number of Labour and Liberal Democrats.
  3. A number of factors combined to make Mohanlal immensely popular in Kerala.

Combined Forces

  1. Some time later, the battle of Chi Bi took place and ended in victory for the combined forces of the Southland and Liu Bei.
  2. The truth is, this law in so far as it is mental and not an effect of organic reaction is a result of the combined forces, similarity and contiguity.
  3. Jehoram responds by makes a pact with Judah, and the combined forces of Israel, Judah, and Edom (a vassal of Judah), set out to attack Moab.

Battle

  1. Saladin invaded the Frankish territory in 1187 and in July of that year defeated the combined armies of the crusader states at the Battle of Hattin.
  2. At the Battle of Anegawa, Nobunaga and Tokugawa Ieyasu defeated the combined forces of the Asakura and Azai clans.
  3. The Battle of Chios (201 BC) was fought between the fleet of Philip V of Macedon against the combined fleet of Rhodes, Pergamum, Byzantium and Cyzicus.

Minerals

  1. In most of these minerals, antimony is combined with sulfur to produce some form of antimony sulfide (Sb 2 S 3).
  2. A bivalent element, beryllium is found naturally only combined with other elements in minerals.

Strength

  1. This, combined with the extensive barrel ageing, results in a wine with the strength and wild energy of a Barbera, but the refined elegance of Barolo.
  2. Most users of household bleach believe that it does not lose its strength until it is combined with water.
  3. When combined they form a magnet whose strength is represented by its magnetic moment, m.

Invention

  1. The nanoparticulate NSAID composition is then combined with zonisamide, or a salt or derivative thereof, to form a composition according to the invention.
  2. One is that the patent examiner has not found any prior art that can be combined to give all of the elements of the claimed invention.

Means

  1. Combined with the lower amount of water in women's bodies, this means that women typically become drunk earlier than men.
  2. The net loss of energy from the fusion reaction also means that the mass of the fused nuclei is lower than the combined mass of the individual nuclei.
  3. Shuja allied Afghanistan with the United Kingdom in 1809, as a means of defending against a combined invasion of India by Napoleon and Russia.

Diabetes

  1. In these previous studies, the effect of racemic halofenate on diabetes was observed when combined with sulfonylureas.
  2. Atorvastatin and micronized fenofibrate alone and in combination in type 2 diabetes with combined hyperlipidemia.
  3. Playford DA, Watts GF, Croft KD, Burke V. Combined effect of coenzyme Q10 and fenofibrate on forearm microcirculatory function in type 2 diabetes.

Lack

  1. Furthermore, to our knowledge, there seems to be a lack of information about the combined effects of HPV load and smoking in cervical cancer development.

Rice

  1. It can be combined with vegetables but it can also be used in soups and rice.

Atoms

  1. In nuclear fusion, energy is released when atoms are combined or fused together to form a larger atom.
  2. The atoms which form our tissues are always chemically combined with other atoms to form molecules.
  3. When two distinct elements are chemically combined, with the atoms held together by chemical bonds, the result is termed a compound.

Compounds

  1. For example, agents for treating diabetes may be combined with the compounds and compositions of this invention.
  2. Synergism exists when the combined effect is greater than the sum of the compounds if used separately.

Points

  1. This, combined with changes in the Code of Points and evolving popular opinion in the sport, have seen older gymnasts return to competition.
  2. In the event an engine builder prepares engines for more than one team, the points will be accrued by the team and may not be combined.
  3. The grid consists of a triangular array of points that cover the United States, combined with several types of hexagons associated with the grid points.

Season

  1. A year later she became Olympic champion, and the following season she won a world championships silver medal in combined.
  2. She went on to win three more races during the season; a Super G, a super combined, and another downhill.
  3. Zettel finished in a two-run combined time of 2 minutes, 36.22 seconds for her first victory of the season and seventh overall — all in giant slalom.

Words

  1. The same two words combined by way of samasa result in the third word pitambara which means "the one dressed in yellow," that is Krishna.
  2. Lojban's 1300 root words can be easily combined to form a vocabulary of millions of words.
  3. By means of this rebus system in which letters and pictures were combined, the Egyptians could write a large number of the words of their language.

Way

  1. Thus, the etendue has no increase whether one, two, three, or more spatial light modulators are combined in this way.
  2. CFB can be used this way when combined with a shift register as the input for the block cipher.
  3. In addition to defining these basic structures, the topic map standards also define the way in which two or more topic maps may be combined or merged.

Amino Acids

  1. This means when two different foods are combined, the amino acids in one protein can compensate for the one lacking in the other.
  2. Mineral organic salts, here described, are compounds of mineral ions (K, Mg,Ca, Zn, etc.) combined with amino acids(glutamic aicd & aspartic acid).
  3. Glutamine and arginine are two such amino acids, and their fat-burning effects are magnified when they're combined.

Amino

  1. It is then combined with aspartic acid to form arginosuccinic acid, which later is metabolized into the amino acid arginine.
  2. Acclydine treatment was combined with amino acid supplements to provide sufficient essential and nonessential amino acid intake during treatment.
  3. This amino acid forms during the urea cycle and forms ornithine when combined with carbon dioxide.

Alcohol

  1. The combined use of alcohol and sodium oxybate may result in potentiation of CNS depressant effects.
  2. The dried or fresh herbs are combined with alcohol, then the solid matter is removed leaving only the oils of the herbs mixed with the alcohol.

Risk

  1. When combined with a diuretic, the risk of diabetes may increase.
  2. Alcohol use combined with smoking greatly increases risk of oral cancer.
  3. The risk is increased when these drugs are combined with radiation therapy.

Case

  1. The ranking is a combined score of both (1) the number of times a case was cited and (2) the depth-of-analysis associated with the citation.
  2. The relative contributions of each of these components are difficult to analyze, especially in the case of patients who have received combined chemotherapy.
  3. In the case of water, the three 2p orbitals of the oxygen atom are combined with the 2s orbital to form four sp3 hybrid orbitals.

Cases

  1. In many cases, vaccines against several diseases are combined, reducing the number of shots your pet must have.
  2. In cases where bacterial infection is a cause, eyelid hygiene may be combined with various antibiotics and other medications.
  3. Gesamtschule is a type of school where those three types are combined - in most cases that means that those three schools share one building or campus.

Drugs

  1. The use of thyroid hormones in the therapy of obesity, alone or combined with other drugs, is not justified and has been shown to be ineffective.
  2. Patients with familial combined hyperlipidemia deserve attempts at lipid lowering, with diet first and, if necessary, with drugs.
  3. Levels of leucocyte, neurophils and thrombocytes tended to the recover after combined administration of both drugs in the 2 patients.

Patients

  1. Comparative efficacy and safety of pravastatin, nicotinic acid and the two combined in patients with hypercholesterolemia.
  2. The efficacy of intensive dietary therapy alone or combined with lovastatin in out patients with hypercholesterolemia.
  3. Effect of policosanol on lipid levels among patients with hypercholesterolemia or combined hyperlipidemia.

Minutes

  1. Matzo must be baked within 18 minutes of the flour being combined with water.
  2. Svindal delivered the fastest final run to make up a 1.17-second deficit from the opening leg and won with a combined time of 2 minutes, 17.87 seconds.
  3. Janka, 23, finished his two slalom runs in a combined time of 2 minutes, 37.83 seconds at Whistler Creekside in British Columbia.

Minute

  1. It's been a minute since Aceyalone, Mikah 9 and Abstract Rude have combined forces but their chemistry sounds untouched by time.
  2. Schild, who was fifth after the opening leg, finished in a combined 1 minute, 37.89 seconds.
  3. The astronomical unit and Rømer's time estimate were combined by Christiaan Huygens, who estimated the speed of light to be 1000 Earth diameters per minute.

Course

  1. Of course the method may be optionally combined with any other therapy or condition used in the treatment of a mood disorder.
  2. The 25-year-old American finished the Pokoren 3 course in a combined 2 minutes, 22.02 seconds to win the event for a third straight year.
  3. This calculated Example illustrates the course when the carbonylation to form acetic acid in reactor 2 is combined with the water gas reaction.

Event

  1. Hot favourite in the alpine skiing, France's James Couttet could only manage a silver medal in the slalom and a bronze in the combined event.
  2. For all three races the courses used for the combined event are shorter than those used for the regular downhill and slalom races.
  3. Trude Beiser was a double-medal winner, earning gold in the combined event and silver in the downhill.

Winning

  1. Isner broke serve only one time in the match but, combined with winning the first set tiebreaker, that was enough to open up a two-set lead.
  2. The Rangers have been outscored 8-0 in their two latest losses after winning their previous two by a combined score of 14-4.
  3. She began by recording the fastest time in each of the three runs of the combined event, winning by almost 1½ seconds.

Winner

  1. In conclusion, maple syrup, when combined with the flavor and texture of waffles and pancakes, is a real winner, hands down, every time.
  2. In the super combined, the times of each race are added together and the fastest total time determines the winner.
  3. All three times will be added together and the fastest combined time of the three runs will determine your winner.

Hydrogen

  1. Hydrocarbons, like fossil fuels, are compounds where hydrogen is combined with carbon.
  2. Explanation For example when light nuclei of hydrogen are combined to form a heavier nucleus of helium energy is liberated.
  3. On earth, hydrogen is found combined with other elements.

Oxygen

  1. It is found combined with other elements, most commonly with oxygen, silicon, and fluorine.
  2. Ozone is a gas that forms in the atmosphere when three atoms of oxygen are combined.
  3. About 98.5% of the oxygen in a sample of arterial blood in a healthy human breathing air at normal pressure is chemically combined with the Hb.

Games

  1. These 15 teams that have invested heavily in statistics have combined to win 59.3% of their games this season.
  2. In Nordic combined, Magnus Moan won a bronze and silver medal at the 2006 Olympic Games and added the same at the 2007 World Championships.
  3. Americans won silver in the Nordic combined, making it 26 medals at these games, breaking their record a Winter Olympics not held in the United States.

Gold Medal

  1. Riesch captured the gold medal with a combined time of 2 minutes, 9.14 seconds.
  2. She earned a total combined score of 191.34 points, almost eight points ahead of the second-place Cohen (183.36), earning her the gold medal.
  3. NASCAR racer Boris Said captured the gold medal in the first race of the day with a combined time of one minute, 44.38 seconds.

Gold

  1. Fraser led US skiers, collecting the first medals by a US skier - gold in slalom and silver in combined.
  2. She had already won gold in the slalom and the combined, and a silver in the super giant slalom.
  3. He again won gold in the combined in the 2001 world championships, as well as a silver medal in the giant slalom.

Bronze

  1. Miller: Silver in the giant slalom and the combined in Salt Lake City in 2002, bronze in the downhill in Whistler.
  2. She won gold in the GS race, won the downhill, and took silver in the super-G and bronze in the super combined.
  3. At the 1994 Lillehammer Games, Aamodt earned silver medals in the downhill and the combined and a bronze in the super G.

Mix

  1. Stir in the first mixture and mix until all ingredients are combined.

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