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something that has been discovered

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Leaking lead The water disinfectant monochloramine dissolved lead in laboratory experiments, a finding that might explain increased lead in some drinking-water supplies (169: 333).
If members refer to each other as partners, that may give rise to a finding of partnership by estoppel; on the other hand, referring to member firms as affiliates may not.
Hayden and Traditi present readers with a system for finding a job in any field.
Left-handed golfers bond over their uniqueness and problems with finding clubs or getting quality lessons.
The current dogma surrounding retroviruses is that cross-species transmission is rare, but finding so many near-identical strains between humans and nonhuman primates suggests this is not a rare event.
Persons with disabilities typically face extraordinary obstacles in finding employment.
Even playing music can help, with studies finding it reduces the perception of pain in older adults with chronic osteoarthritis and in cancer patients.
Another finding of this research study is about students' views of the current e-learning modules that are being delivered on-campus.
This is the finding of a study, A Follow-up Study of Persons Found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of Mental Disorder in British Columbia.
The only consistent finding was that career maturity increased with age; however, other findings suggested that career indecision might be curvilinearly related to age and that females showed greater career maturity and career indecision than males did across all ages.
If they do decide to turn to the Internet, they often have great difficulty in finding the desired information.
In particular, an abnormal finding may not be a serious finding at all.
Finding many of the studies cited by advocates proved difficult.
The appeals court affirmed, finding that alleged lead contamination in one prison, and radium contamination in another prison, did not constitute cruel and unusual punishment.