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a bundle of myelinated nerve fibers following a path through the brain

a trodden path

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Children, too young to comprehend wherefore this woman should be shut out from the sphere of human charities, would creep nigh enough to behold her plying her needle at the cottage-window, or standing in the doorway, or labouring in her little garden, or coming forth along the pathway that led townward, and, discerning the scarlet letter on her breast, would scamper off with a strange contagious fear.
This pathway ran up hill, across another open space covered with white incrustation, and plunged into a canebrake again.
they had quitted their security, and fled right into the pathway of destruction.
Together we wormed our way along the waving pathway, but when we reached the end of the branch we found that our combined weight so depressed the limb that the cave's mouth was now too far above us to be reached.
Pathways in mind, Pathways to your soul, Pathways lined with silver, Pathways lined with gold, Pathways to forever young, Pathways to getting old.
Career and technical education (CTE), with its many subject disciplines, has historically had two pathways to certification/licensure: a traditional degree-based program of courses, field experiences, and exit exams, and an alternative pathway based primarily on work experience.
Dose-dependently elevated mRNA and protein levels of Fas, and promoted apoptotic initiator caspase-8 (active form), a molecule of a death-receptor-dependent pathway, coupled with unaltered or decreased levels of cytosolic cytochrome c and the apoptotic initiator caspase-9 (active form), molecules of mitochondria-dependent pathways, may be indicative of cardiac apoptosis, which is Fas death-receptor apoptotic-signaling dependent, but not mitochondria pathway dependent in rats exposed to second-hand smoke (SHS).
Upon execution of the final agreement, the principal goals of the research program will be to advance the functional understanding of an undisclosed UOM protein in neurodegenerative diseases by researching its signaling pathways.
1991) defined hope as, "a cognitive set that is based on a reciprocally derived sense of successful agency (goal-directed determination) and pathways (planning to meet goals)" (p.
They don't make it easier to become a CPA, instead they reflect the natural evolution of the profession and offer two similar, yet distinctly different licensure pathways.
Several investigations have suggested that the brain's visual system contains two separate neural pathways, each originating in primary visual centers at the back of the head and taking its own route to the frontal lobe.
Pathways organize, sequence, and time "critical" patient interventions (Bergman, 1994).
Simply put, critical pathways apply the principles of total quality management to clinical care.
How can you identify these different spiritual pathways and apply them to your own spiritual development?
A possible solution is offered by the concept known as clinical pathways.