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tv. & in. to use (drugs); to take drugs habitually. (Drugs and now widely known.) I tried to stop using, but I couldn’t.
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Species-independent detection of RNA virus by representational difference analysis using non-ribosomal hexanucleotides for reverse transcription.
Despite his lack of interest in using the computer, his discourse is utopian:
I was using water bottle labels because these were common things that a lot of Pakistani use when they hide the fact that they use a lotah in a public restroom.
I'd like to see [a company using this technology] start small and grow.
The disperGRADER, using a razor blade to cut the sample, requires no solvent; therefore, the swelling factor is eliminated.
Many of the test plots have been harvested using equipment borrowed from other industries, including sugar cane and cotton.
Also, Fireman's Fund is using WebSphere to build an automated first notice-of-loss system.
CPAs may find the reasonableness test to be the most subjective one taxpayers will have to defend when using business aircraft.
At Walhalla High School in South Carolina, high school students reading The 13th Warrior in English and studying trade routes in World Geography could predict migration patterns using the TI-83 Plus graphing calculator.
Just because the kids aren't arrested, it doesn't mean they're not using drugs behind closed doors.
I recall that I said something similar, maybe even the same words, when I began using my first PC in 1983.
The intelligence aspect of C3I refers to covertly acquiring, cataloging, and using relevant information about the enemy or its environment.
Nonetheless, almost all small businesses reported using a checking account through a commercial bank; and more than one-half of small businesses reported having some credit outstanding, most commonly in the form of a line of credit at a commercial bank.
However, some architects are transcending these limits by borrowing creatively from other disciplines, using widely divergent computer means and ends.