malignity


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In "Empowered with what Malignity / Auspiciously withheld -," the speaker responds to the bat's conventional image as a vampire and accentuates its self-restraint, implying that the bat's seclusion and nonaction effectively prevents its "Malignity" if there is any, from running rampant and manifests a great divinity.
While current CT scan performance enables more pulmonary abnormalities to be identified, post-treatment image applications do not allow for an automatic, accurate characterization of the malignity or benignity of these pulmonary abnormalities.
The most common diagnosis was biliary and biliary tract diseases (19.6%) followed by nonspecific abdominal pain (11.9%) and abdominal pain related to malignity (9.8%).
Comparison of outcomes of patients according to co-morbidities Outcome Death Discharge Total History n % n % n % p 95% CI Malignity 26 100.0 -- 0.0 26 100.0 Cardiac 16 69.6 7 30.4 23 100.0 Respiratory 6 75.0 2 25.0 8 100.0 Neurologic 6 85.7 1 14.3 7 100.0 0.000 Kidney 5 71.4 2 28.6 7 100.0 0.001 -- Others 10 58.8 7 41.2 17 100.0 0.001 Multiple 32 91.4 3 8.6 35 100.0 Unknown 153 88.9 19 11.1 172 100.0 Total 254 86.1 41 13.9 295 100.0 Table 2.
Patients who had other autoimmune diseases, vitamin D and immune-suppressive drug use, malignity, who were pregnant or under 18 years were excluded from the study.
The lawgiver is undoubtedly allowed to estimate the malignity of an offence, not merely by the loss or pain which single acts may produce, but by the general alarm and anxiety arising from the fear of mischief, and insecurity of possession: he therefore exercises the right which societies are supposed to have over the lives of those that compose them, not simply to punish a transgression, but to maintain order, and preserve quiet; he enforces those laws with severity that are most in danger of violation, as the commander of a garrison doubles the guard on that side which is threatened by the enemy (Johnson, 2000: 212).
Recently, HA has been shown to be one of the key modulators in various human tumors, in terms of affecting cell proliferation rate, changing cellular motility, controlling the malignity, and mediating angiogenesis [17,18].
Patients were carefully screened, and those with a history of inflammatory disease other than AS and malignity were excluded.
It will help to evaluate the layer where the lesion is located, if the tumor shows any sign of malignity and a tumor sampling can be performed [3].
In 9 patients, the intraoperatively determined diagnosis of malignity upon the surgeon's subjective experience was confirmed by histopathological verification of the perforation place biopsy, or with a resected specimen of stomach by a pathologist.
As for the dialogue, lines about "motiveless malignity", the "duality of man" and "death's raven wing" will make your eyeballs roll so far back, you may actually be able to see your own brain.
In speaking of the "motive mongering of motiveless malignity," Coleridge has empathy with Iago, as one would of necessity if playing the role well, but empathy here would not, one hopes, entail sympathy; likewise, all the world's villains whom one might wish to understand from within but denying any sympathy whatsoever.
Neither, thankfully, renders malignitate as "malignity," but instead as "spitefulness" and as the somewhat less specific "meanness."