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Synonyms for egression
the act of coming (or going) out
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Each was permitted to be stung once and then reared individually on sprouting cowpea grains in plastic cups (diameter: 9 cm on base and 12 cm on top; height: 4.5 cm) until egression
of the parasitoid larva from the host and spinning of the cocoon for the pupal stage.
Compression dressing can exert a mild force on the wounds and subcutaneous tissues to preclude both egression
and accumulation of CSF, which improves the seal of dural openings.
Real factors P[C.sup.R.sub.1] 2.237 3.746 0.421 P[C.sup.R.sub.2] -11.856 -4.316 P[C.sup.R.sub.3] 54.981 3.585 Univariater egression
Adj [R.sup.2] A.
There are very few verses of the Qur'an and hadith that are considered as what is known as 'qat'iatildilala ', which is where the understanding of the egression
is absolute; that we know exactly what it means.
Some hosts died of parasitism soon after the egression
of the parasites, but some hosts lived for additional 5 to 7 d (Fig.
The results of the egression
models 1-4 are shown in Table 2.
Medical graduates and migration--a perspective on the egression
of human capital from Pakistan.