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Confusion made worse. Recess was already underway when the fire alarm rang, leading to confusion worse confounded. Trying to wrangle all those kids was certainly a chore!
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This second part addresses the relationship between the two texts, what we do (and don't) know about real rural verse in seventeenth-century Egypt, and what scholars, readers, and writers can learn from Brains Confounded .
10] (particluate matter < 10 [micro]m in aerodynamic diameter) effects for hospital admissions and mortality, respectively, are not strongly confounded with sulfur dioxide and ozone.
In 1970, at the height of an established career as a leading Abstract Expressionist, fifty-seven-year-old Philip Guston confounded critics and alienated fellow artists with a show of figurative work: ominous narrative paintings featuring cartoonlike Klansmen.
City Attorney James Hahn is calling for an end to the area code splits and overlays that have confounded California phone systems in recent years.
It then confounded forecasts by ending too quickly.
com, a division of Emigrant Savings bank, confounded the banking industry by offering 3.
When Detroit tried the 2-3 zone that confounded UCLA, the Buckeyes carved it up.
Collura explain how human DNA could have confounded Woodward's analysis.
Two years ago, the intermingling of legitimate email newsletters and spam in users' email in-boxes thoroughly confounded and frustrated newsletter subscribers, as well as undermined the efforts of serious marketers.
The now-you-see-it, now-you-don't excise tax on airline tickets that confounded travelers last winter is about to disappear again.
Factors affecting lung cancer that the researchers didn't measure, such as diet and urbanization, may have confounded their results, Neuberger and his group write.
Harley Goldberg, a Medical Director at Kaiser Permanente, "the lack of safety and effectiveness evidence for alternative therapies has confounded physicians and the medical community.
Human error appears to have confounded the spacing error, the panel notes.
Most teachers, parents, and government officials remain confounded or frustrated over how we got here and what to do about it.
The teams found that the gene contains three other genes within it, none of which appear to play a role in the illness, but which confounded efforts to find the actual culprit.