1. Impressive cravings, impressionable bodies: pregnancy and desire from Cesare Lombroso to Ada Negri The act of intercourse, from the point of view of a consenting female, has an element of mothering, of Enwrapment, of merciful concealment even
Element, Enwrapment, Even
2. Enwrapment meaning The act of enwrapping.
3. Enwrapment (noun) act of enwrapping; a wrapping or an envelope How to pronounce Enwrapment?
Enwrapment, Enwrapping, Envelope
4. Enwrapment (countable and uncountable, plural Enwrapments) The act of enwrapping
Enwrapment, Enwrapments, Enwrapping
5. What does Enwrapments mean? Plural form of Enwrapment
6. See authoritative translations of Enwrapment in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
7. Enwrapment 'Enwrapment' is a 10 letter word starting with E and ending with T Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for Enwrapment We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word Enwrapment will help you to finish your crossword today.
8. 17 is a perspective view of a 4-ply folded Enwrapment, and showing the sheet slitted to facilitate separation into single-ply Enwrapments, and showing a tape for connecting the Enwrapments in a bundle
9. 18 is a plan view of a sheet before folding to form the Enwrapment shown in Fig
10. Plural of Enwrapment Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
11. His intent was not entrapment so much as Enwrapment, so that Tarrant could not, at some future date, try to claim no knowledge of this.
12. Enwrapment of germ cells extends Notch signaling and the stem cell pool.
13. Emphasis is placed on the Enwrapment of ORN dendrites by OSCs, on the sideways migration of immature ORN dendrites after emerging from the OE surface, and on the terminal maturation of …
Emphasis, Enwrapment, Emerging
14. Enwrapment was specific for escaped germ cells, and genetic analysis revealed it did not depend on pathways that control cell death and engulfment or muscle arm extension.
Enwrapment, Escaped, Engulfment, Extension
15. Enwrapment by membrane cisternae has emerged recently as a mechanism of envelopment for large enveloped DNA viruses, such as herpesviruses, poxviruses, and African swine fever (ASF) virus.
Enwrapment, Emerged, Envelopment, Enveloped
16. Ectopic germ cells can induce niche-like Enwrapment by body wall muscle
17. Emphasis is placed on the Enwrapment of ORN dendrites by OSCs, on the sideways migration of immature ORN dendrites after emerging from the OE surface, and on the terminal maturation of …
Emphasis, Enwrapment, Emerging
18. Speculated that Enwrapment of stem cells might facilitate stem cell-niche signaling (Buszczak et al., 2016; Kornberg and Roy, 2014)or adhesion (S
19. Direct evidence for a role for Enwrapment of stem cells, however, is lacking
20. The awarana (Enwrapment) of kapha produces symptoms of difficulty in breathing which is pratyatma linga (distinguishing symptom) of Tamakshwas (Asthma)
21. The awarana (Enwrapment) of kapha produces symptoms of difficulty in breathing which is pratyatma linga (distinguishing symptom) of Tamakshwas (Asthma)
22. Ectopic germ cells can induce niche-like Enwrapment by body wall muscle
23. Cellular Enwrapment of stem cells by their niche is commonly observed for a wide range of stem cell systems and is a potential mechanism for mediating signaling specificity
24. Despite its widespread occurrence, the regulation and function of Enwrapment of stem cells by their niche support cells is poorly understood.
25. Ectopic Enwrapment may arise from common molecular signatures between the muscle and DTC niche
26. We identified the homophilic adhesion molecule HMR-1/E-cadherin as a key regulator of germ cell Enwrapment by both the DTC and body wall muscle
27. Enwrapment was specific for escaped germ cells, and genetic analysis revealed it did not depend on pathways that control cell death and engulfment or muscle arm extension
Enwrapment, Escaped, Engulfment, Extension
28. ] showed that the Netrin receptor UNC-40/DCC, which is required for muscle arm extension, was not required for Enwrapment of the ectopic germline stem cells; the authors posit that muscle cells might be ‘primed’ with the correct cytoskeletal machinery for forming muscle arm-like structures that enwrap the germline stem cells.
Extension, Enwrapment, Ectopic, Enwrap
29. Ectopic Enwrapment by muscle (n = 17/17 animals with rup-tures showed ectopic germ cell Enwrapment; Figure S3)
30. Germ cell hyperproliferation also causes gonadal rupture, and gonad ruptures in gld-2(q497) gld-1(q485) double mutants [20, 23] led to ectopic Enwrapment (Figure S3; n = 12/14 ani-mals had enwrapped germ cells)
Ectopic, Enwrapment, Enwrapped
31. A control device to prevent or limit gangion Enwrapment on long lines including means mounting a line-deflecting guide roller to vary the angular relationship between the roller axis and the plane defined between the line stretches extending to and from the deflecting roller during line hauling.
32. Ectopic Enwrapment is a specific response to germ cells and is distinct from engulfment and muscle arm extension
Ectopic, Enwrapment, Engulfment, Extension
33. We've got 0 rhyming words for Enwrapment » What rhymes with Enwrapment? This page is about the various possible words that rhymes or sounds like Enwrapment.Use it for writing poetry, composing lyrics for your song or coming up with rap verses.
34. The usually observed anti-rebound phenomenon caused by the PEO additives can be rejuvenated by Enwrapment
35. It’s important to examine how this Enwrapment helps the state manage crisis, particularly where there are demands for social change
36. Cellular Enwrapment of stem cells by their niche is observed in the C
37. Mira traducciones acreditadas de Enwrapment en español con oraciones de ejemplo y pronunciación de audio.
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38. Enwrapment was observed at two different sites along the bone surface: (1) at sites characterized by a sharp demarcation between mineralized bone and nonmineralized collagen fibrils protruding from its surface, indicating that osteoclasts had not been active (Fig
39. Lara Linden’s paper (with Kacy Gordon and Qiuyi Chi), “Identification of regulators of germ stem cell Enwrapment by its niche in C
40. Elegans” is accepted by Developmental Biology-a groundbreaking paper starting a new field looking at stem cell Enwrapment in C
41. A control device to prevent or limit gangion Enwrapment on long lines including means mounting a line-deflecting guide roller to vary the angular relationship between the roller axis and the plane defined between the line stretches extending to and from the deflecting roller during line hauling.
ENWRAPMENT [inˈtrapmənt, enˈtrapmənt]
entrapment (noun) · entrapments (plural noun)
medical Definition of entrapment. : chronic compression of a peripheral nerve (as the median nerve or ulnar nerve) usually between ligamentous and bony surfaces that is characterized especially by pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness.
Entrapment is a defense to criminal charges when it is established that the agent or official originated the idea of the crime and induced the accused to engage in it. If the crime was promoted by a private person who has no connection to the government, it is not entrapment.
According to the United States Department of Justice, entrapment is a viable defense when certain elements were present at the time of the alleged criminal charge. The first involves inducement by authorities that is overly persuasive, coercive or even threatening.
The focus is on the police and not on the defendant's intentions, character, or predisposition. Some examples of Entrapment include badgering, persuasion by flattery, coaxing, cajoling, repeated and insistent requests, or an appeal to friendship or sympathy.