sternness


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the fact or condition of being rigorous and unsparing

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This finding suggests that the NF-[kappa]B signaling pathway regulates sternness of mESC by suppressing differentiation of mESCs to somatic cells.
Sutton should have made more of their chances in front of Shwan Jalal's goal, and while they were let down by their own profligacy, more importantly they were also denied by a sternness and stoicism in the Dragons defence.
The old man's drawn face bespoke pain and sternness, and also a degree of suspicion and alarm on account of the surroundings, which for him must have seemed strange.
Hypothesis: EMT is important in cancer sternness and metastasis resulting in failure to differentiate; thus targeting EMT and related pathways can have clinical benefits.
But, somehow, she failed to capture either the sternness of the novels or the warmth of the film.
The interesting thing is, there's really no sternness to these cells at this point," Williams says.
Equity's" relative sternness of tone hardly feels accidental, given its portrayal of a professional landscape where women have to labor strenuously to convince male colleagues and clients of their seriousness.
Madonna's sternness worked: her 13th album, ''Rebel Heart,'' released Tuesday, is one of her most critically acclaimed efforts in years.
Adamancy, sternness or stridency would certainly cost him very dearly.
The IR of essential HTN is positioned in peripheral tissues (muscle), is restricted to non-oxidative pathways of glucose disposal (glycogen synthesis), and correlate openly with the sternness of HTN.
Paul Pentecostal Holiness Church Choir (Portsmouth, Virginia) under the direction of his great aunt Fairfield Jackson, who nurtured his gift with love and sternness.
Studies have provided strong proof that breastfeeding decreases the occurrence and/or sternness of a wide range of communicable diseases amongst children [9].
He decided not to buy, and he would sigh a little sadly over the sternness of his own judgment.
His engaging combination of avuncular congeniality and dictatorial sternness marked Canadian baritone Alexander Hajek, in his Seattle Opera debut, as a singer to watch for, particularly in comedic baritone roles.