You make believe that you believe in the survival
of the strong and the rule of the strong.
Its survival, with many other illustrious names, is one of the strongest arguments in refutal of Professor Cortoran's theory; yet it opens no new doors to the past, and, on the whole, rather adds to than dissipates the mystery.
In these trench habitations I saw a survival of the military trenches which formed so famous a part of the operation of the warring nations during the twentieth century.
They are akin to the tribes of fairy, survivals
of the elder time when the woods and hills swarmed with the little green folk.
These findings come from the recently published Ministry of Health report Cancer Patient Survival
1994 to 2011.
Shows on the TV are becoming very popular and are really pulling a large enough audience.
Computer simulations based on the current donor pool suggest that more than 35,000 years of post-transplantation survival
, and more than 10,000 years of incremental post-transplantation survival
Embryo and larval salamanders exposed to environmentally realistic atrazine concentrations have been reported to have an increased desiccation risk 8 months after exposure had ceased (Rohr and Palmer 2005), indicating that the carryover effects of atrazine on amphibian survival
should be explored.
Hanukkah is a celebration of the improbable survival
of the Jewish people.
These studies showed that survival
rates were not compromised when treatment regimens that included two or three cycles of neoadjuvant cisplatin/5-fluorouracil (5-FU) were used to select patients for definitive radiation therapy.
ratios--the number of years that carried reserves will be available if the payment level continues--are primarily used to make a comparison of relative reserve levels for asbestos and environmental liabilities between insurance companies or to compare a company or group of companies' reserves to the industry average.
The Street Survival
Newsline was created to fill this void.
Toward this end, this article reconstructs the Hashemite regime's multi-level, interactive survival
strategy (henceforth Husseinism) during the aforementioned period and places it within the preceding theoretical framework.
Although long-term survival
rates are not yet available, the overall cure rate for these treatments is probably less than the cure rate for liver transplant recipients with hepatoma.
Could it be that in identifying Still/Here as a narcissistic art of victimage, Croce may be missing the show's spectacular performance of survival
- the attempt, as in Plath's poem, to counter the privacy and primacy of the individual self with the collective historical memory?