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“The JAK2 gene variant was classified as "well-established pathogenic," meaning harmful.”
“The concept refers to the well-established fact that life could never have started and evolved if the laws of physics were not almost precisely what they are.”
“Support for this position is introduced in this chapter by drawing on various well-known bodies of data that are compatible with the thesis advanced here, and by referring to a well-established fact—that rationality must be continuously manufactured, like other perishable goods, at a cost.”
“These are the very avenues of expression that many well-established religions caution us about or fail to emphasize.”
“Under well-established law, prosecutors are required to disclose to a defendant any evidence that could help to show his or her innocence, or impeach prosecution witnesses, or that possibly would be helpful at the sentencing stage.”
“Gore is the activism of the Supreme Court; the five most conservative justices ignored well-established principles to hand the presidency to Bush.”
“One of the most basic and well-established principles of constitutional law is that state courts get the last word on questions of state law.”
“For example, while a nonprofit in New Jersey might have the ability to quickly and easily purchase books from Australia -- thanks to a well-established global system supporting commerce -- it is not able to identify local residents who are interested and qualified to read those books to children.”
““We appreciate all the support of the State of Utah, Salt Lake County, civic communities, corporations and the loyal fans who truly appreciate such a well-established and esteemed sporting event,” said Miller.”
“The council confirmed it will be opening recruitment to both schemes later in the year.3 Kent county council has a well-established programme.”
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