The strongest sales growth among the other top Pharmaceuticals products was recorded for the diabetes treatment Glucobay[TM] (Fx & portfolio adj
.: 14.3 percent), with performance driven by expanded volumes in China.
(Euro million) For the three months ended March 31, 2019 2018 Change at current constant currency currency Adj
. EBITDA (2) 311 273 14% 10% Adj
Sales of the cancer drug Stivarga advanced by 23.9 percent (Fx & portfolio adj
.), primarily as a result of higher volumes in China and Russia.
Infants fed only STD regimen between 2011 and 2013 were evaluated as Group-I, and those fed the ADJ
regimen between 2014 and 2016 were evaluated as Group-II.
With Figure 2, the predominant scale variable extensively affecting BW was depicted to be HG (F=31.370, df1=2, df2=44, Adj
Consonant sound difference onlv: C(vb/n [+ or -] adj
): (ab/dis[ChD]/mis/re/over/under)use, excuse,
Sikandar Ameer Pahore from Malir to Karachi South on his promotion as ADJ
vice Tariq Mehmood Khoso transferred.
RPR=adjusted Racing Post rating that appeared on the racecard on the day.
For instance, the derivative lygen 1 'falsehood' can be related to the bases lyge 2 (Adj
), lyge 1 (N) and leogan (V) because other derivatives hold a morphological relationship due to the same patterns of derivation at work here: -en nouns derived from adjectives, -en nouns derived from other nouns and -en nouns derived from strong verbs.
as well as an artist, Rockenschaub wanted this "reload and remix" to "show a selection of works that approach, in a prototypical way, the ideas that form the basis of his oeuvre, and not just chronologically arrange things according to arthistorical considerations." On a minimalist platform that fills much of the room, Rockenschaub arranged a large, blow-up PVC cube perpendicular to a wall of clear acrylic crates and a platform with ladder that was part of an installation shown at the 1993 Venice Biennale.
Recycle (1926): 1: to pass again through a series of changes or treatments: as a: to process (as liquid body waste, glass or cans) in order to regain material for human use b: RECOVER 2: to adapt to a new use: ALTER 3: to bring back: REUSE <a light, chatty tribute that recycles a number of good anecdotes--Larry McMurtry> 4: to make ready for reuse <the plan to recycle long-vacant tenements> vi 1: to return to an earlier point in a countdown 2: to return to an original condition so that operation can begin again--used of an electronic device--recyclable (adj
. Of, or pertaining to homogamy, upholding or practising homogamy.