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the production of a drama on the stage

a system of scaffolds

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travel by stagecoach

getting rid of a stage of a multistage rocket

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Changes in TNM stage were made at the annual meetings, and the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) proposed changes in the 7th TNM staging of malignant lung tumors, which was published in the Journal of Thoracic Oncology in 2007 (4).
With her professional background in real estate, West was quick to identify the value of home staging and how it could help homeowners and builders stand out in a competitive market.
Material and Methods: Thirty patients presenting with Wilms tumor underwent transabdominal ultrasound and CT abdomen with contrast for staging. All of them were evaluated for age, gender, presenting complaints, signs and symptoms.
In 1977, the 1[sup]st edition of the American Joint Committee for Cancer (AJCC) cancer staging manual was published and reported the TNM (primary tumor [T], regional lymph nodes [N], and distant metastases [M]) staging system.[sup][1] This system is used worldwide as a standardized classification system for malignant tumors.
Conventional staging involves CT scanning, magnetic resonance imaging, and bone scan tests.
TOP ROW Hell hath no fury: Zenaida Yanowsky as Carabosse in The Royal Ballet's Sleeping Beauty; Nils Bjorn Larsen as Madge and Felipe Diaz as James in the San Francisco Ballet staging of La Sylphide; MarieClaude Pietragalla as the Accused in the Paris Opera Ballet staging of Agnes de Mille's Fall River Legend.
Not only did this expansion of dramatic space heighten significantly the verisimilitude of the performance, but it also enabled the direct staging of violence, which conflicted with the Horatian notion of decorum, to be replaced with the verbal reporting of it.
(13.) Gosner KL A simplified table for staging anuran embryos and larvae with notes on identification.
Taglined "the ultimate guide for corporate and entertainment staging solutions," the title carries the latest trends in video, audio, data display, digital signage, and stage lighting, as well as industry news and information on industry educational opportunities and management topics such as security and inventory control.
In 20 patients, complete surgical staging was not performed, said Dr.
A symmetrical theatre was requested by the competition brief, [4] and experiments in staging were hardly appropriate because the theatre is used by travelling companies that bring in sets.
Disease staging depends on the extent of cutaneous and hematologic involvement and on the presence or absence of nodal and/or visceral involvement.
Coming to terms with The Purple Flower's ambiguities through casting and staging decisions engaged students in what Michael Vanden Heuvel has recently described as the theatrical "enactment or production of knowledge" (164).
Since the 1989 Consensus Development Conference, most clinicians have looked to the National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) staging system to document the severity of skin breakdown, determine the most appropriate treatment and ensure reimbursement for treatment.