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1. Instead, says Cornell theorist Chung-Yuen (Herbert) Hui, the crack "just sits there and opens up"--a phenomenon known as Blunting. While materials investigators had previously noted Blunting at crack tips in some soft solids, the DuPont-Cornell team has identified a new mechanism of crack propagation that incorporates Blunting.

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2. Blunting In English, many past and present participles of verbs can be used as adjectives

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3. The present study examined whether this Blunting

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4. 7 synonyms of Blunting from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 23 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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5. Blunting: to reduce or weaken in strength or feeling

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6. Blunting is a process by which the single-stranded overhang created by a restriction digest is either "filled in", by the addition of nucleotides on the complementary strand using the overhang as a template for polymerization, or by "chewing back" the overhang, using an exonuclease activity.

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7. Synonyms for Blunting include dulling, numbing, dampening, deadening, softening, weakening, calming, cooling, sapping and tempering

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8. What is Blunting? The definition according to Merriam-Webster

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9. Blunting: (transitive verb) to make less sharp, definite, or forceful.

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10. The strategy for using Blunting is to offset the sales of your competitors marketing and sales efforts.

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11. Costophrenic angle Blunting is a radiological finding or diagnosis. Word Costo is used to describe disease related to ribs and phrenic word is used to describe disease close to diaphragm

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12. Blunting was observed with various combinations of Tdap- and DTaP-containing vaccines for maternal and pediatric immunization. Studies assessing the effectiveness of maternal Tdap immunization beyond the primary infant immunization series in England and in the United States suggested no evidence of a clinically relevant Blunting effect so far.

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13. By Blunting that effect it’s probably undermining the motivation to quit and the ease of people quitting.

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14. Synonyms for Blunting in Free Thesaurus

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15. What are synonyms for Blunting? Blunting synonyms, Blunting antonyms - FreeThesaurus.com

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16. Hello, This term is used commonly to describe the lesion of the soft cartilagenous structure known as glenoid labrum surrounding the shoulder joint .Mid fraying & Blunting is seen in grade 1 lesion of labrum where there is loss of early smoothness & round contour …

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17. Quick Blunting™ Kit The Quick Blunting™ Kit is used to convert DNA with incompatible 5´or 3´overhangs to 5´phosphorylated, blunt-ended DNA for efficient blunt-end ligation into DNA cloning vectors

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18. Emotional Blunting Emotional Blunting or emotional numbing refers to when your feelings and emotions are so dulled that you don’t feel up or down, just simply feel like in a neutral kind of state

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19. The Quick Blunting Kit is used to convert DNA with incompatible 5´ or 3´ overhangs to 5´ phosphorylated, blunt-ended DNA for efficient blunt-end ligation into DNA cloning vectors

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20. Another way to say Blunting? Synonyms for Blunting (other words and phrases for Blunting).

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21. Abstract Background: Emotional Blunting is regularly reported in depressed patients on antidepressant treatment but its actual frequency is poorly understood

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22. If you’re experiencing emotional Blunting and you’re prescribed SSRIs, ask your doctor to switch you to a different medication

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23. Reduced affect display, sometimes referred to as emotional Blunting, is a condition of reduced emotional reactivity in an individual

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24.Blunting of the meniscus” is a radiologic description of how the edge of a meniscus may appear when a knee MRI scan has been performed

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25. Normally, the edge of a meniscus appears “sharp.” One possible cause for “Blunting” is post-surgical changes.

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26. Blunting of the villi in the small intestine can be caused by autoimmune diseases including thyroid disease and diabetes

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27. Certain medications can cause Blunting of the villi as well

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28. Calyceal Blunting the symptoms easily confused with what? need mutual authentication with the following symptoms: calyceal stones: stones from the inorganic salts or organic components

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29. Of Blunting is also not clear and espe cially difficult to establish for pertussis, in the absence of an agreed immunological correlate of protection [12]

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30. The main objective of this review was to examine available data in the published literature and from 2 GSK-sponsored randomized clinical trials on Blunting of the infant response to

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31. When results show Blunting of the costophrenic angle, doctors and nurses may perform thoracentesis to evaluate first whether fluid has gathered in the area, and if it has, what kind

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32. This is termed “emotional Blunting,” which is the experience of dulled emotional states caused by an antidepressant

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33. What Are the Symptoms of Emotional Blunting From Antidepressants? The symptoms of emotional Blunting can include the following: Not experiencing the same level of enjoyment that one normally would; Lack of motivation or drive

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34. Thermo Scientific Fast DNA End Repair Kit is used for Blunting and phosphorylation of DNA ends in just 5 minutes for subsequent use in blunt-end ligation.All components of the kit contain premixed reagents to reduce pipetting steps and provide convenience

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35. A group of researchers in Italy (Valitutti, et al.) have recently published the findings of a study in which they mapped the patchiness of villous Blunting in 41 pediatric patients with Celiac Disease

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36. 17/41 (41.5%) showed diffuse villous Blunting

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37. Blunting in most small intestinal specimens that have increased intraepithelial lymphocytes Variable crypt distortion in 47% of colon specimens Non-caseating granulomas in [surgpathcriteria.stanford.edu] The duodenum exhibited villous Blunting, swollen and granular appearance, micronodular pattern, and exuberant ecchymotic areas (Figure 1

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38. Monitoring and Blunting are coping styles that characterize how people respond when faced with personally threatening situations

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39. Diseases that cause villous Blunting include common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) and autoimmune enteropathy

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40. Hart suspects that many cases of seronegative celiac disease (normal celiac antibody levels but abnormal biopsy with villous Blunting) are related to medications.

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41. • The sickening feel of woollen gloves being pulled on to your hands and hitting and Blunting your fingertips so touch was lost

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42. In acute intoxication it may mask signs of traumatic hemorrhage by Blunting the hypotensive response, or, in chronic use it may blunt tachycardia, potentially leading to false reassurance and delay in management6,7

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What does blunting mean?

Blunting is a process by which the single-stranded overhang created by a restriction digest is either "filled in", by the addition of nucleotides on the complementary strand using the overhang as a template for polymerization, or by "chewing back" the overhang, using an exonuclease activity.

What does being blunt mean?

Blunt(adj) hard to impress or penetrate. Blunt(verb) to dull the edge or point of, by making it thicker; to make blunt. Blunt(verb) to repress or weaken, as any appetite, desire, or power of the mind; to impair the force, keenness, or susceptibility, of; as, to blunt the feelings. Blunt(noun) a fencer's foil.

What does bluntly mean?

The definition of bluntly is something said or done in a direct and truthful manner without trying to select words that are nice to hear.