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But what isn't known, at least to my knowledge, is if there are any long-term or cumulative effects to recoil.
Significantly, the prevaccination blood mercury levels of the six-month-olds were not higher than that of the newborns, which indicates that there is no cumulative effect of Thimerosal, which was the AAP's original concern.
He said: "It is important for the inspector to know that the cumulative effect of Wandylaw and Middlemoor puts you at the top end of the appropriate range of output.
Sir Reg said: "It's the cumulative effect of all this building."
This year, there is a growing awareness in the business community that the cumulative effect of the "good ideas" that legislators have proposed, if passed, would have a significantly detrimental effect on business.
The cumulative effect of the rising and falling section gives each space its own unique scale and proportion, with an eccentricity that is at its most exaggerated in the relatively low valleys hanging independently in the middle of a room.
But the segments ran long, and the cumulative effect was sensory numbing.
The cumulative effect meant they played three-and-a-half hours of football with just 10 men.
The imposition of more laws, regulation and red tape is having a damaging cumulative effect on our region's economy.
During yesterday's hearing, Caroline Harry Thomas, counsel representing the child's interests, asked a medical witness, referred to as Dr S, his opinion about the cumulative effect of the "interventions" the child had to undergo each day and night, including being moved and repositioned at least every three hours to prevent any soreness and skin damage.
APB 20, "Accounting Changes" (1971), generally required the cumulative effect of changes in accounting principle--from one GAAP to another--to be reflected in current earnings.
"These results suggest that if there is a cumulative effect of one or two previous concussions, it is probably very small," the researchers wrote.
20, which required that changes in accounting principle generally be recognized by including the cumulative effect of changing to a new accounting principle on the last line prior to net income (that is, a current-period approach).
"What we're talking about is an overall low-dose exposure and a cumulative effect. These chemicals have the ability to pass through our skin and accumulate in our fat cells.
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