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to express at greater length or in greater detail

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with equality if and only if K and L are dilates. The BrunnMinkowski inequality for the radial addition is the following:
To dilate is to be coming into a splitting act "between opposing forces" (Paper Canoe 24), in the "contra" (24), (10) to produce a new affect, rupture, and resistance (32).
Biz bu vakayi tartisirken yasamin ilk yillarindan itibaren ortaya cikan dilate kardiyomiyopati ve Sturge-Weber sendromunun birlikteliginin rastlantisal oldugunu dusunmuyoruz.
Yontemler: Bu retrospektif calismaya idiyopatik dilate kardiyomiyopatisi olan 62 hasta (34 erkek, 28 kadin; ortalama yas 59.7 [+ or -] 10.6 yil) ve dilate kardiyomiyopatisi olmayan 62 kontrol hasta (28 erkek, 34 kadin; ortalama yas 56.6 [+ or -] 9.8 yil) dahil edildi.
Since yohimbine can cause blood vessels to dilate and blood flow to increase, some physicians prescribe it for erectile dysfunction.
WATERMELON The active ingredient is called l-citrulline and this also works by increasing levels of nitric oxide which again dilates your blood vessels and lowers your blood pressure.
It is already known that when it gets darker, pupils dilate. Such a reflex is mediated by the release of the hormone noradrenalin, reports New Scientist.
Early Romans used belladonna to contaminate enemies' food reserves and perhaps to get in the mood for bacchanalian orgies; women used it cosmetically to dilate their pupils (hence the Italian name "bella donna" for "beautiful woman").
In a study, Vita found that drinking black tea increases the ability of the blood vessels in a person's arm to dilate. Blood vessel dilation is hampered in people with atherosclerosis--or stiff and clogged arteries--and this condition can trigger heart attacks and strokes.
Progressively larger Savary dilators are then advanced over the wire to dilate the stricture.
It's known to dilate blood vessels, allowing more blood to flow through them.
Because the compound causes blood vessels to dilate, enabling more blood to flow through them, researchers suspected that inhaling nitric oxide might help patients who were having trouble breathing.
Demas speculates that nitric oxide made by blood vessels in the brain may diffuse to nearby nerve cells, or the compound may dilate blood vessels and increase blood flow to brain regions involved in aggression.
A normal vessel can dilate up to 15 percent in diameter.
In 1977, Murad found that nitroglycerin and related drugs induce nitric oxide (NO) formation and that this gas relaxes the muscle cells that narrow and dilate blood vessels.