The authors cite several potential limitations of their study, including the lack of information about the timing of the behaviors studied (which made it impossible to disentangle
cause and effect), the unavailability of data from both parents and the wording of the items defining the risk behaviors.
Stephen Fry's "Bright Young Things" looks like it will be the first project to successfully disentangle
itself from FilmFour and find a home elsewhere.
The National Research Council and the Institute of Medicine formed a committee of national experts and practitioners of early childhood development to "update scientific knowledge about the nature of early development and the role of early experiences, to disentangle
such knowledge from erroneous popular beliefs ...
"It's just difficult to disentangle
these factors" from sleep in assessing the effects of each on diabetes risk, Nilsson says.
Religious and cultural differences are sometimes difficult to disentangle
, says Dana Yala.
Azcarraga added that, in order to disentangle
television from politics, he will urge the government to change the laws on TV ratings reports, which are often subject to manipulation.
It seems that in order to keep the world alive we must keep telling stories, like Scheherazade in A Thousand and One Nights, as we struggle to disentangle
ourselves from what has become a deceptive "cult of images." So, as Michel walks through his tense and threatening world, so too does Bawam'nde, telling stories to preserve humanity and to question the surface of things.
In other words, stretching would have to be so rapid that entangled molecules did not have time to disentangle
Far from being a backwater of liturgical concerns, the traditional rites of this region constitute a vitally important source of information for the earliest forms of Eucharistic prayers used by Christians, but it is by no means an easy task to disentangle
the various strata within their texts in order to arrive at their ancient cores.
It must, after all, carry some conviction." Yet the point of the serious historian, Chomsky pertinently observes, is "to disentangle
motive from myth." Shapira is, for the most part, unwilling or unable to do so.
Significantly, EPRA provides a grace period until July 1, 1990, for physicians to disentangle
themselves from relationships that would result in prohibited referrals.
The headless body of an Indonesian national, who was dragged underwater by a crocodile yesterday after he jumped from his boat to disentangle
his fishing net, was found this afternoon, a spokesman of the Lundu Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) station said.
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Inequality in America comes in many forms, says Caliendo, and while he focuses here on race and poverty, he argues that it is impossible to disentangle
other types of inequality from issues related to race and economics.
Meanwhile, John plays a dangerous game with Vicky to disentangle
himself from their relationship.