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Froen reviewed 24 stillbirth-related studies and concluded that reduced fetal movement is associated with adverse pregnancy outcome in both high- and low-risk pregnancies and that maternal vigilance with fetal movement counting reduces the stillbirth rate, particularly in those stillbirths deemed avoidable.
The best the justices in the majority can offer is this, in Scalia's concurrence to the initial stay of the recounts: "The counting of votes that are of questionable legality does in my view threaten irreparable harm to petitioner, and to the country, by casting a cloud upon what he claims to be the legitimacy of his election.
The intensity of the continuum background varies sufficiently slowly as a function of wavelength that linear interpolation is accurate enough except possibly for very low concentrations, long counting times, high beam current, etc.
Completely designed and built in the USA, Gainco counting systems capture and report a wide range of data from kill lines, evisceration lines and cut-up processing operations.
Census officials are counting on the effort to bolster their work with community groups and churches to set up question-and-answer centers and ``Be Counted Boxes.
As a result of the increasing popularity of Commerce Bank's free Penny Arcade coin counting machines, the bank's inventory of coins is growing steadily.
EVERY 10 years, the United States faces a nearly impossible challenge - accurately counting every man, woman and child from Maine to California.
Using supermarket-based coin counting machines, Americans returned more coins to the U.
He confessed to being a little nervous as the counting of votes drags into a second week.
Of the approximate 80,000 ballots counted since election night, 4,432 were in the 20th Senate District with Katz gaining a 764-vote edge, all but erasing the 791-vote lead Alarcon held when the unofficial vote counting ended at 3:30 a.
and we'll go until sundown, counting as many birds as we can,'' said Angie Kobabe, one of about 80 Conejo Valley Audubon Society members out early Sunday for the Christmas Bird Count.
Before she piloted her 55-foot, steel-hulled boat to Anacapa Island on Friday, Kathy de Wet-Oleson prepped her crew of amateur divers on the art of counting fish.
It's fun for birders, but this is kind of the fruits of that counting, to show that there is real decline and loss of habitat.
In an age of information superhighways and rapidly conducted exit polls, the process of counting the absentee ballots may seem excruciatingly slow, but Registrar-Recorder officials said it's just the nature of the beast.
He said the test run didn't turn up any problems, nor were any counting problems encountered on election night.