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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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In preliminary studies that used referential RNA viruses, we attempted to determine the nucleic acid sequences of SARS coronavirus, mouse hepatitis virus, West Nile virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, and dengue virus type 2 in culture supernatants (10-100 [micro]L) by using the RDV method.
He "hates" the computers in the school lab and prefers using books in the classroom.
Bivariate analyses restricted to women using emergency contraception in 2001 or 2002 suggested that age and annual income were significantly associated with obtaining it over the counter.
Torrijos, Selective determination of polychlorinated biphenyls in waste oils using liquid-liquid partition followed by headspace solid-phase microextraction and gas chromatography with atomic emission detection, J.
To use the drive, it is considered "mounted" while using a special decryption key.
Some paper mills use native starch because of its lower price, but the overall cost of using native starch could be higher than modified starch due to lost productivity and lower paper quality.
Most museum visitors don't expect to find art in the bathroom, but at the Queens Museum, whether they are waiting in line, using the toilet or washing their hands, visitors can experience "Lotah Stories.
Companies using organic solvents face a tremendous number of regulations," Anastas says.
Using a similar threshold method, it distinguishes those areas that are flat (as black), from bumps (as shades of gray to white).
Many states (at least 38) are currently using recycled concrete aggregate as aggregate base.
Shaping of the occlusal surface was made easy using the "Duck-Head" instrument (Hu-Friedy) and for the final sheen I used a Pogo (Dentsply) polishing disk.
In a survey by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) of companies that use turbine-powered aircraft for business travel, passengers reported taking an average of 21 trips by air in a six-month period, using company planes for 60% of them.
17 describes the precise steps to be taken in using each of the three accepted test methods for measuring the residual thiosulfate level in silver halide film products.
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.