benignity


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Relying on the offstage conversions to eliminate former threats, the deus ex machina ending might seem excessively tidy, but not the benignity of her stratagems and her more "wholesome human attitude.
The World Health Organization (WHO) classification system divides SN tumors into categories based tissue of origin and benignity vs.
Among fuel cells, direct methanol fuel cells (DMFCs) are considered as promising power sources for portable electronic devices owing to low operational temperature, high energy density, simple construction, and environmental benignity.
A thyroid nodule without calcification favours benignity rather than malignancy.
The author has organized the twenty-six chapters that make up the main body of the text in four parts, covering concepts and frameworks in innovation and wealth valuation, the destructive side of business innovation, the benignity of common innovation, and implications from the authors research and his conclusions.
Later writers have revised that picture again, allowing Hinenuitepo a more holistic identity, asserting her benignity (1), and emphasising her role in creation.
This reading, while accurate, perhaps overemphasizes the benignity of his transformation.
All patients will be followed until obtaining the malignancy or benignity status of nodules, which will be subject to cytology following a fine needle aspiration, by histological analysis of the surgical specimen or, in its absence, of clinical monitoring.
A report of 70 cases with follow-up proving the benignity of the lesion.
Schutz (2004) writes that control in the contemporary progressive classroom is pastoral, rather than disciplinary, and relies on illusions of freedom and benignity.
violence and Pompilia's benignity, Caponsacchi finds a moral
You see Lay and Skilling handcuffed and dressed in prison uniform after they have been convicted of fraud, and that is the one thing that fills you, that is the one thing that awes you, the stern benignity of the law, the Olympian unyieldingness of justice.
Flaunting and taunting stares in the face of the serenity and benignity of nature.
Ultrasound elastography, once approved for clinical use, may obviate dependence on structural features of benignity during ultrasound examination of breast lesions.
The patient was reassured by the benignity of his disease, different therapeutical options have been proposed and genetic counseling was advised.