Incidences sentence example

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  • Exemption was obtained from these incidences of feudalism by large payments to the Crown in return for charters covenanting that Malta should for ever be administered under the royal exchequer without the intervention of intermediary feudal lords.
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  • incidences of childhood leukemia than expected were first identified near Sellafield in 1983.
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  • Being aware of the guidelines for proper food handling, preparation and storage is more important than ever, as the incidences of foodborne diseases, illnesses and infections continue to rise.
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  • Several studies indicate an increase in incidences of early puberty and other forms of early sexual development in the United States.
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  • tangential forces due to surface friction may be neglected at all incidences.
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  • Japan has one of the lowest incidences of colon and rectum cancer in the world.
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  • Within the accuracy of these data, tangential forces due to surface friction may be neglected at all incidences.
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  • Breastfeeding lowers incidences of infant diabetes, asthma and allergies.
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  • In those ten years, proper newborn baby sleep habits, such as "back to sleep" seem to have reduced the incidences of SIDS.
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  • authoritycases Slough showed the highest incidences in the six unitary authorities.
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  • A server reboot had not taken place during these last incidences.
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  • Mr Wilesmith's data on the decline in age-specific incidences in younger age classes, and other information supported downward trend in the epidemic.
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  • In addition, incidences of pet poisoning have been distinctly less than with the anticoagulant rodenticides.
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  • Incidences of damage attributable to ' arable wireworm ' occurred far more frequently in the East last season he says.
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  • Long QT can't explain all incidences of SIDS, but one study found that around one in ten babies who die of SIDS had this heart defect.
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  • Seam-friendly bra cups-While some nursing bras add seams across the cup, Hot Milk takes the no-seam approach to help prevent incidences of irritation and chafing.
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  • The condition is incurable and just a few incidences of FIP within a cattery can devastate a breeder's reputation.
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  • There have also been incidences where teachers have doctored their student's exam scores so that they appeared higher than they actually were.
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  • If none of these incidences seem to mimic your specific Playstation woe, then you can return to the main support page where at the bottom right there is a heading titled, "General Support Resources".
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  • Larger groups have higher incidences than smaller groups.
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  • Unfortunately, there are incidences, such as what happened to a woman from Cincinnati, Ohio.
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  • The birth control is 99 percent effective, so few women the incidences in which the intrauterine device fails.
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  • Research continues to look at genetics and the developing chromosomes of the human embryo in hopes of reducing the number of incidences where alterations in chromosomes occur during and after fertilization.
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  • With incidences of skin cancer on the rise, a beach umbrella should be on everyone's list of what to bring for a day of fun in the sun.
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  • Polivy, Psychological consequences of food restriction) shows that food deprivation such as fasting leads directly to incidences of overeating or binge eating when food finally becomes available.
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