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Synonyms for hemic

relating to or containing or affecting blood

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At the time, HEMIC issued workers' compensation policies in the normal course of business, Welch said.
HEMIC's actions underscore the issues businesses across the U.S.
Field identification and classification (von Post) of the top to the bottom peat layer of the tropical lowland peat dome shows that there is a vertical variation of peat humification levels (von Post) with every 0.5-m interval of depth in the form of dominantly occurring hemic to sapric (H6 to H7), hemic (H5 to H6), hemic (H4 to H6) and fibric to hemic (H3 to H5) humification levels, respectively, at auger hole location KS.TP.10, and sapric (H7 to H8), hemic to sapric (H6 to H7) and hemic (H5 to H6) humification levels, respectively, at auger location KS.TP.09, with both profiles indicating a vertical decrease of peat humification levels with peat depth.
The court noted that diabetes constitutes a physical impairment for purposes of establishing a disability, "because it affects the digestive, hemic and endocrine systems." Id.
Hemic markers such as CD45, HLA-DR, T-lineage CD3, NK-lineage CD 16, B-lineage CD 19, myeloid CD33 and CD38 and stem/precursor CD34 and CD 133 were not found in the samples.
This disease has been designated as a systemic disseminated neoplasia by the now defunct Registry of Tumors in Lower Animals (formerly maintained by the National Cancer Institute), although the most common descriptors in the literature are hemopoetic, hematopoetic, or hemic neoplasia (Barber, 2004).
(90) First, the court held that HIV meets the statutory definition of disability because it is a "physiological disorder with a constant and detrimental effect in the infected person's hemic and lymphatic systems from the moment of infection." (91) Second, the Supreme Court determined that reproduction constitutes a major life activity under the ADA.
They fall into the following categories: musculoskeletal conditions; neurological conditions; mental health disorders; cardiovascular conditions; respiratory conditions; endocrine disorders; digestive conditions; diseases of the eye; skin disorders; genitourinary conditions; infectious diseases, immune disorders, and nutritional disease; hemic and lymphatic disorders; diseases of the ear; diseases of other sensory organs; gynecological conditions; and dental and oral conditions.
The Court, relying on these regulations as nearly dispositive of the meaning of "impairment," found that, from the moment of infection, HIV "must be regarded as a physiological disorder with a constant and detrimental effect on the infected person's hemic and lymphatic systems." (26) Indeed, the Court concluded that "HIV infection satisfies the statutory and regulatory definition of a physical impairment during every stage of the disease." (27) The Court did not perform an individual inquiry regarding the physical impairment aspect of the "disability" definition.
The i, e, and a subclassifications refer to fibric, hemic, and sapric materials, respectively.
TABLE 20-1 Typical Wind Erodibility Indices for Different Soil Textures Predominant Soil Texture and Soil Erodibility Soil Erodibility Index Index I (Mg/ha-year) Loamy sands and sapric organic material (a) 360-700 Loamy sands 300 Sandy loams 200 Clays and clay loams 200 Calcareous loams 200 Noncalcareous loams, silt loam <20% clay, and 125 hemic organic soils Noncalcareous loams and silt loams >20% clay 100 Silt, noncalcareous silty clay loam and fibric 85 organic soils Wet or rocky soils not susceptible to erosion -- (a) The I factors for Group 1 vary from 360 for coarse sands to 700 for very fine sands.
(i) Any physiological disorder or condition, cosmetic disfigurement, or anatomical loss affecting one of more of the following body systems: Neurological; musculoskeletal; special sense organs; respiratory, including speech organs; cardiovascular; reproductive; digestive; genitourinary; hemic and lymphatic; skin; and endocrine; or
Neoplasms of possible hemic and germ cell origin were also found in clams from the station with potentially higher organic and heavy metal contamination.