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to call forth or bring out (something latent, hidden, or unexpressed)

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As teachers elicit ideas from children in classroom teaching, they make sense of those ideas (i.
They also claimed that a clinical domain library could help them to elicit accurate functional requirements.
com)-- Chih-Jen (CJ) Wei, Director at Sanofi Pasteur will give a presentation on, “A Self-Assembling Influenza Nanoparticle Vaccine Elicits Broad and Potent Neutralizing Antibodies” at the 12th Vaccines Research & Development: All Things Considered Conference on July 9-11, 2014, in Boston, MA, by GTCbio.
This review focuses on the status of immunity, responses to influenza vaccination, and strategies that are currently being explored to elicit enhanced immune responses in this high risk population.
Yet the transcripts do reveal that members of the FOMC elicit laughter while making monetary policy.
to elicit a three-letter response, with the correct answer being "Jew.
Modification of the checklist was done to include demographic characteristics of the PGSs and methods used to elicit the elements.
To illustrate habituation, the contingencies needed to elicit an acoustic startle reflex were arranged and repeated to record the habituation of the various responses.
Thus, we hypothesize that with the more intensive training procedure the CS gains the ability not only to inhibit feeding but to elicit "fear" in snails.
Appended to this document is "Questions Used to Elicit Students' Conceptions.
The specific strategies of MI still allow the clinician to be directive in helping a patient elicit, clarify and resolve ambivalence.
Most guides have used this tactic to elicit a flight response at one time or another, and some insist that its effectiveness is doubled when the pole strikes an angler's head on the way down.
Silica nanoparticles (SiNPs) are being formulated for cellular imaging and for nonviral gene delivery in the central nervous system (CNS), but it is unclear what potential effects SiNPs can elicit once they enter the CNS.
Subsequent information revealed by the New York Times on July 2, after the newspaper had been tipped off by "an independent expert on interrogation who spoke on condition of anonymity," indicated that the chart used at Guantanamo had been copied from a 1957 article, "Communist Attempts to Elicit False Confessions From Air Force Prisoners of War.