remotion


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the act or process of moving from one place to another

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The orthopaedic surgeon did still not talk about nail dynamization or nail remotion and revision to the patient.
This fact would result in continued remotion of sandflies, in which it would generate a fixed cost rate.
In other outcrops fossils are fragmentary and associated mainly with levels of high terrigenous content and may have undergone some taphonomic remotion processes.
Remotion of further clots was performed and no active bleeding was evidenced.
In short, a chloroform solution containing PC at 10 mmol/L was evaporated in test tubes to dry with argon, following evacuation for 60 min for total remotion of the solvent.
At its core, the universe is a liturgical structure of greater and lesser creatures--angels, men, animals, plants, and minerals--constituted as a hierarchy that participates in and reflects the goodness of God, and represents and mediates the life of grace according to the three modes as stated by Aquinas, which are the stages of spiritual perfection in Catholic tradition, from the highest to the lowest: union (remotion or perfection, the divesting of all created things and relying solely on God himself), illumination (highest positive knowledge of God), and purgation (election and ordering to the spiritual--God as cause of all).
Narayan led development of D-Rev's ReMotion Knee, an affordable knee joint for amputees in the developing world.
None of the removed items, except one, were considered "essential" by the content validity panel, therefore usuring that these items remotion did not affect the content validity of the factors under study.
d'un vade-mecum, sera le depositaire de remotion ressentie A la vue
At the pond with organic matter deposited in the bottom, the fluctuation in water transparency was probably due to the sediment remotion produced by the wind during heavy rains.
After fixative period, the group A (control) was placed in 30mL of the decalcified solution and this was replaced by another after the sample remotion for calcium dosage, each 5 days.
This is present in the Summa contra gentiles where Aquinas wrote: "Now, in considering the divine substance, we should make use of the method of remotion [via remotionis].