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  • Shukla AR, Nguyen T, Zheng Y, Zderic SA, DiSanto M, Wein AJ, Chacko S: Over expression of smooth muscle specific caldesmon by transfection and intermittent agonist induced contrac-tion alters cellular morphology and restores differentiated smooth muscle phenotype.

    Publications of the Urology Division

  • With that caveat in mind, how should one approach the government's claim that the U.S. economy contrac ...

    Sheldon Filger: Are the U.S. Government's Statistics on the Economy to Be Trusted?

  • Wolf Blitzer, despite recent stories about him roaming the CNN corridors opening doors and saying, "You're in The Situation Room," has signed a multi-year contrac that contains a clause allowing him to repeat the words "the best political team on television" every eleven seconds.

    William Klein: Post-Obama Cyncism Sets in Early: "Why Wait?"

  • Remember the ‘contrac’ scandal during the Reagan administration, Olie North pinned all the blames on his boss-Casey-CIA head, after Casey was found dead while fishing ‘alone’ in a Virginian river.

    Skepticism and Sadness After Death of ‘D.C. Madam’ - The Lede Blog - NYTimes.com

  • From his years as corporation counsel, Ettelson had vast experience in managing the city's affairs, and in negotiating contracts with labor unions, utility companies, building contrac-tors, and streetcar companies, yet nothing had prepared him for this.

    'For the Thrill of It: Leopold, Loeb

  • The project consists of three components: construction and operation of a 67.5 MW heavy diesel-fuel plant based on a Build-Own-Operate contrac, the construction of a fuel supply pipeline (heavy fuel) connecting the plant to the fuel source, and a substation linking the plant to the SENELEC power grid.

    Energy profile of West Africa

  • An LSE consists of military, contrac-tors, and civilian employees.

    FM 9-6 CHAPTER 1

  • The density of matter and radiation was then favorable for gravitational contrac - tion to take over in local regions and to compress the gas into huge clouds.

    COSMOLOGY SINCE 1850

  • It re - mains in this stage when the outward pressure of the free electrons just balances the gravitational contrac - tion.

    COSMOLOGY SINCE 1850

  • Leaving aside the weighty question of historical evidence, Filmer asks whether the contrac - tual act could be considered plausible.

    SOCIAL CONTRACT

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