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mi nuh muh lee

  • r  to a minimal degree
    the cells minimally responsive to lines in this orientation will not fire

  • Twenty percent of minimally conscious patients recover well enough to return to the community and resume their lives.
  • The internship as defined today is a part-time job of limited duration, paid minimally or unpaid, in which the interns learn while contributing to the organization.
  • Some can't seem to get their motors in gear: they have low muscle tone and a tendency to respond only minimally to conversation and invitations to play.
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  • John McCain in Forbes
    I think they felt they could hold back, they could minimally meet the expectations and have a little more latitude down the road but in this case it just didn't work,McCain said. "They have to make sure that the market doesn't get so...
  • Dick Clark in Entertainment Tonight News
    I am one of the fortunate ones who survived and have been minimally impaired, so I'm just thankful I'm still able to enjoy this once-a-year treat of bringing in the New Year,Clark says about surviving a stroke.
  • Susan Schwab in Variety
    Large-scale production and distribution of IP-infringing optical media and minimally-restrained Internet piracy are among the major problems (in Russia) that require more enforcement action,Schwab said. "The coming months will be a...

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