This "mucociliary escalator" is one of the principal defenses against lung infection.
Postural drainage is used to allow gravity to aid the mucociliary escalator.
This mechanism of protection is referred to as the mucociliary escalator.
"I'm a doctor not an escalator," as Dr. McCoy attempts to helps a young a pregnant woman up a steep rocky landscape of a foreign planet while on an away mission.
During the final mission, at the escalator where there are 3 guards talking at the bottom of it...wait at the top of the escalator and one of the guards will be begin walking up to your level.
It also suggests a return to the fuel tax escalator.
escalator panels in West End locations.
The boys' perverse behavior of running up the down escalator brought attention from the security guards.
I was just coming down an escalator in J C Penny's down in Orange County when Mary Beth Ashmont, this girl I'd take advantage of in a park in Irvine; a girl I didn't even remember, started yelling her head off, 'that's the man, that's the man!' and like a damned fool, I began running.
This would furnish the opportunity for the Airport to invest in escalator access directly from the passenger concourse to the station concourse.
This gives substance to the decision to abandon the fuel price escalator.
They are designed to sound tough while imposing no constraint on his ability to ride an endless escalator of taxing and spending.
FACT: John Major's Government introduced the fuel duty escalator.
Instead they are faced with a moving escalator of powers ever upwards to the EU.
In the June 1997, Gordon Brown, the new Labor chancellor, increased the escalator to 6% per annum.
Running a business can sometimes feel like running up the down escalator.
The pedestrian Tyne Tunnel in Jarrow has the world's longest continuous wooden escalator.
A new escalator near the Tourist Office is also being constructed.
No, he went down, taking the first escalator to the Bakerloo line.
escalator clause will give the EU the power to standardize taxes.
escalator manufacturer is sending data from torque meters directly to an Access database.
In the 1999 budget the landfill tax is placed on an " landfill escalator " of £ 1 per year until 2004.
The Prime Minister: We removed the fuel duty escalator.
Central to the project's ethos is the provision of what is termed 'a learning skills escalator ' .
Related fiscal policies The political problems with environmental taxation are further exemplified by the story of the road fuel duty escalator.
vinyl LPs below the desk is The Up Escalator by Graham Parker.
workmanyed on the ground floor to take an interest in the efforts of two workmen engaged in repairing the said escalator.
In a cardboard box of vinyl LPs below the desk is The Up Escalator by Graham Parker.
I stayed on the ground floor to take an interest in the efforts of two workmen engaged in repairing the said escalator.
The annual fuel escalator was set in 1993 at 3% above the rate of inflation.
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