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Synonyms for colonisation

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Patients with kidney stones (staghorn stones) or presenting with acute pyelonephritis were excluded, because they might have a higher probability of DJ bacterial colonisation and affect the results of the study.
Des milliers de tunisiens ont militer contre la colonisation francaise jusqu'a l'independance en 1956.
1%) had clinically significant uropathogenic bacterial colonisation >100,000 colony-forming units per millilitre [cfu/ml]).
4] Okwee-Achai J, Anyanzo TA, Aroba J, Vuchiri JK, Onzivua T and P Okullo Effects of apiary management on colonisation and colony performance of African honey bee (Apis mellifera) in the North-Western Agro-ecological zone of Uganda.
According to the researchers, the asteroid impact killed off these mollusc-based reefs, triggering the return of coral reefs and perhaps enabling the second pulse of acanthomorph colonisation.
La partie historique offre un apercu du developpement de la region du lac Megantic, puis une presentation detaillee de la Compagnie nantaise de colonisation et de l'histoire de l'immigration francaise.
Une reprise des negociations n'est pas possible sans un gel de la colonisation en Cisjordanie et a Jerusalem-Est", a declare le conseiller politique de la presidence, Nimr Hammad, en citant les propos de M.
Colonisation by Streptococcus pneumoniae and Staphylococcus aureus in healthy children.
Farming in Hawai'i from Colonisation to Contact: Radiocarbon Chronology and Implications for Cultural Change'.
If the utopian project of colonisation was in part stimulated by utopian representations of Africa and New Holland, then the colonists themselves sometimes responded in utopian fashion to the failure of these utopian projects.
Colonisation is the main reason for the decline in the number of Welshspeaking communities in Cymru.
8), the authors aim to emphasise the ambiguity of French colonisation.
The other structural cause of agricultural decline identified by those Rheaume interviewed was the absence of good colonisation roads.
In the 1994 triptych Grand tort de la colonisation et grosse erreur de l'Afrique independante (The fault of colonization and the error of independent Africa), he represents precolonial Africa as Edenic, and the colonizers as greedy and evil men who divided up the continent among themselves, with no regard to kinship or tribal unity.