The available data again suggest that histopathologic changes are seen early in disease, even in asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic individuals, and persist
years after removal from exposure.
Thus, the pathogen can persist
in the target host ([H.
Pay attention to those desires that persist
, month after month, year after year.
The fourth and final group consists of bishops who disagree with group one's interpretation of Canon 905, specifically the clause "obstinately persist
in manifestly grave sin.
Spending in these markets is in an uptrend that will likely persist
for the foreseeable future.
And the United States can count on Asian nations to persist
in these patterns for some time to come.
The purchase of Persist
- for an undisclosed sum - is about Information Lifecycle Management, compliance with data retention regulations, and Persist
's grid-like storage array.
If the child's perception of ability is low, he avoids the challenge, does not persist
in the face of difficulty or drops out of the sport.
Flowers are inconspicuous, but the long, pea-like pods develop in the late summer and persist
into late autumn, sometimes dangling from the branches into early winter.
For policy-makers to persist
in pretending otherwise--to persist
in myths of American innocence or fantasies about unlocking the secrets of history--is to increase the likelihood that the answers they come up with will be wrong.
However, the slowdown is not likely to persist
into the second quarter of the year.
Yet possibilities for vase arrangements composed of leafy evergreen shoots, leafless stems, berry clusters and variously shaped seed pods persist
throughout the months of fall and winter.
Only the BIG-IP solution has the required intelligence and processing power to switch, persist
, or secure complex XML data to successfully deliver web services applications.
Both parties would have an incentive for business to persist
that would help them achieve their targeted returns.
But a single significant mentoring relationship on campus can have a dynamic effect on a student's view of a college, and on his willingness and ability to persist
through to a degree.