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something derived from another

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Results demonstrated that; firstly, trigeminal ganglia were capable of extending neurites in isolation, Secondly, poly-d-lysine promoted extensive outgrowth of neurites, a comparable outgrowth was promoted by collagen substrata but not three- dimensional collagen gels.
This New York Times best-selling book is an outgrowth of a public call he made for an agenda at last year's "Tavis Smiley Presents: State of the Black Union" annual forum, a recent fixture of C-SPAN's Black History Month coverage.
For me this equation between signification and cancerous outgrowth is more compelling than the equation made in the show's title, between utopia and the international dissemination of camouflage designs, not only among armies, but, via advertising and fashion, to civilian populations as well.
This new initiative, an outgrowth of our recent successful Local Voices project, is funded primarily by the Knight Foundation.
According to Make Believe's vocalist Tim Kinsella--a punk/ indie-rock legend in his own right based on his work with Cap'n Jazz and Joan of Arc--his new outfit was just a natural Outgrowth of the collective interests of he and the rest of the members: drummer Nate Kinsella, bassist Bobby Burg and guitarist Sam Zurick.
Skills assessment: The S corporation study is an outgrowth of an existing pilot project that began in October 2004 and encompasses review of filed S and partnership returns.
The InSpeed SOC 320 is Emulex's latest generation of 2 Gb/s embedded storage switch technology, incorporating a host of innovative features and functionality that are an outgrowth of Emulex's years of experience in helping solution providers integrate advanced switching architectures into their disk arrays.
Specifically, the agent is expected to halt the progression of the disease by inhibiting nerve cell death and promoting neurite outgrowth.
imposed trade sanctions on Iraq after the Gulf War (these sanctions, ironically, were the outgrowth of a UN-led effort).
The Harman Center, an outgrowth of Michael Khan's Shakespeare Theatre, is already underway downtown and is slated for a 2007 opening.
is an outgrowth of the Azdel Superlite GMT (glass-mat thermoplastic) material used in a variety of auto interior and exterior components.
Her discussion of The Grapes of Wrath as an outgrowth of Steinbeck's personal experience with the plight of migrant workers in California during the Depression is a prime illustration.
He says he believes the importance of play is culturally under-appreciated and that homework is ah outgrowth of broader cultural anxieties about the sanctity of work.
This is a logical outgrowth of the successful relationship we have enjoyed with Doug Clute for several years now," said MMM president and CEO Bruce Bodden.
Everything we are into, in one way or another, is an outgrowth of our scrap trading and processing business.