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- v. to observe or watch (something)
- v. to study (something) visually
- v. to consider
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- v. take into consideration for exemplifying purposes
- v. look at carefully; study mentally
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“When you ingest fish that has mercury in it, that mercury is more highly reactive in the body than many people realize,” says Pollard, who is also the editor of a new book for scientists, Autoantibodies and Autoimmunity, a comprehensive look at the latest research on autoantibodies in autoimmune disease.
Oleh Haluszka, chief of gastroenterology at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, said: Every time I see a new colon cancer patient, I look at it as a failure.
When you look at recent studies on what Americans do get in their diet: Nielsen SJ, Popkin BM.
The other Cardassian nodded as he took a final look at his own scanner, and Ghrovlatrei was about to allow herself a guarded sigh of relief when the soldier froze in place, a frown creasing his pale features.
As one top researcher who prefers to speak off the record puts it, “If you are looking for what the big ‘ahas’ in autoimmune research are going to be in the next few years, you have to look at vaccines.”
I would listen to cool music, would wear cool clothes, would say cool things, and people would look at me and say, “Wow, that Tod Goldberg is cool.”
I felt myself flush red, and instantly I was more than a decade and a half younger, dropping Grace Peltier off outside this same house and then driving away, grateful that I would never have to look at her or hold her again.
As we improve our ability to see what biomarkers of disease predict actual disease, researchers can begin to look at patient-specific therapies and develop prevention trials.
Satellites captured images of a tall man walking the grounds of the compound, but never got a look at his face.
So Krafft-Ebing or some other doctor told him to nail a shoe over their conjugal bed and to look at the shoe while he made love to his wife and maybe then he would be able to perform.