Specifically, the diagnostic rate for obscure
digestive tract bleeding in 562 patients was 85.9% (483/562), and the rate for obscure
diarrhea was 73.5% (336/457); the rates for obscure
abdominal pain and weight loss were low, namely, 48.2% (448/930) and 49.1% (390/795), respectively; the rate for obscure
intestinal obstruction was 62.9% (39/62).
Be that as it may, in true, a few normal obscure
bits are parametric, for example, obscure
brought about by moving at a consistent speed and out-of-center obscure
He explained: "It's a mixture of playing and sampling stuff as we're playing, and also sampling pretty obscure
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They showed that "sales did shift measurably into the tail." Sales of obscure
DVDs increased, for example.
Roaming freely among obscure
works of famous writers and obscure
writers, Kupersmith (English, U.
The bands mostly cover 1970s and 1980s trash punk tunes from bands like the Wipers and the Kids and more obscure
stuff, by some equally obscure
bands, although hopefully you've heard of a few of them (Carbonas, Tyrades, Heartattacks, Feelers) ...
While attending the World Figure Skating Championships in Paris in March 1989, I helped purchase a final installment of printing equipment to be delivered to a third-floor walk-up office in an obscure
While these men seem obscure
both to us and to Aaron, they were not obscure
to God and were chosen to act as prophets, by no one other than God.
When Little Britain first appeared on our screens, it was weird, obscure
and very, very funny.
Unleashing the Power of PR also debunks common myths that undercut the effectiveness of PR and obscure
its real value.
The somewhat dramatic accounts of Einstein's five papers sometimes obscure
the fact that it was not truly that sudden a leap which brought us face to face with a space-time continuum subtly curved to give rise to gravity.
He crooned obscure
torch songs and introduced each volunteer warmly.
The last foot of the hose used to lie out in the open, so Dlugosh planted the thyme one fall to obscure
At such distances, the curvature of Earth can obscure
whatever buildings and structures originally emitted the light.