In our series 50% ileostomy was indicated in enteric and traumatic perforation, remaining 50% was performed in gangrenous ileum, tubercular ileum, malignancy rectum/colon and in fulminating
A BLAST (http://blast.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Blast.cgi) search followed by a phylogenetic analysis performed on the complete S gene showed that guinea fowl fulminating
enteritis virus corresponds to a distinct genotype of CoV, clustering within Gammacoronavirus genus, which also includes TCoV and IBV (10).
Dear Editor, - In fulminating
against the Tory proposals to debar Scottish MPs from voting on English-only matters, Ian Austin MP is doing his constituents a disservice (Post, July 14)' and in claiming that the Conservative proposals will lead to the break-up of the UK, Labour is being irrational, if not dishonest.
If he's not telling husbands and wives that they can't use birth control, he's fulminating
against the Scottish Executive's attempt to introduce effective sex education in schools.
The disease progresses quickly to a fulminating
Everton were hardly fazed,however,and in the 82ndminute Pas-cucci collected the ball on the left,drifted easily inside his marker and crashed the kind of shot Charles Buchan's Football Annual used to call fulminating
into the net.
AS A frequent user of the A470 trunk road, the filthy weather of late has had me fulminating
against those stupid drivers who bomb along without so much as a side light illuminated.
On the other hand, the essay is largely given over to fulminating
at modernity's corrosive effect on the authority of Parliament, churches, the military, and schools.
But it was only the Deputy Prime Minister fulminating
down the phone about the horror story that is Britain's railway system.
Hysterical corporate apologists have been fulminating
against know-nothings and protectionism.
James has been fulminating
about events in an Etowah County courthouse where Judge Roy Moore has been inviting in Protestant clergy to lead prayers and has been displaying a large hand-carved wooden plaque containing the Ten Commandments.
In her preface to "The Unusual Feast" Rachel de Queiroz, the first woman elected to the Brazilian Academy of Letters and a well-known author of cronicas, short stories, and novels, points out that the story provokes the reader to make sense out of "a very crazy thing." Agile language in "fulminating
somersaults," at times archaic and often arcane, creating a "kaleidoscope of lights and colors" in an effervescent galactic revelry, redeems the chaotic frenzy of the narrative.
There are a fair number of self-caricaturing British imperialist types, from the British Jesuit William Gifford Palgrave in 1862 fulminating
against camels "from first to last an undomesticated and savage animal, rendered serviceable by stupidity alone"--to Lady Florence von Sass Baker, wife of an explorer, writing home to her stepdaughter from Africa in 1871 for more handkerchiefs: "The whole country is in a state of the wildest anarchy.
For all his fulminating
over the group's "partisan agenda,' Donohue actually seems to resent the ACLU because it disagrees with his idea of civil liberty: entrepreneurism coupled with social and spiritual discipline.
Perhaps, rather than fulminating
at home and firing off ill-informed letters to the Examiner, Uncle Grumpy should join us in fighting to preserve the architectural heritage of the town.