(1) He pointed out that the latency period is absent in primitive societies and is found only in higher cultures.
(2) Freud emphasized the importance of the latency period for the cultural development of the individual, and hence the society.
(3) Patients usually become symptomatic after a latency period of hours to days.
(4) Thus, providing for a latency period of approximately half a year between credit contraction and economic collapse, based on my Olympic Games timing, I would pinpoint the bust for 2009.
(5) Business activity monitoring shortens the latency period between a significant business event and notification of the right person in the organization.
(6) A latency period is the length of time between catching a disease and showing signs having caught it.
(7) According to instructions, the latency period of bird flu is usually less than 7 days if a human is infected.
(8) The short latency period and the high incidence of thymic lymphoma represent a valuable model for future use in histogenetic, immunophenotypic and therapeutic investigations of T-cell lymphoma.
(9) Anti-epileptic peptide makes the latency period of the epilepsy caused by cephalosporin shorter than the contrast group, the extent lighter, and the continual period shorter. Sentencedict.com
(10) Arsenicosis has a latency period as long as 20 years, and over the next decade, even as more wells are installed, more cases are diagnosed.
(11) The incidence of errors and latency period measured by electric surge test in iodine excess and iodine deficiency groups were significantly higher than those in the normal group.
(12) From the 13th day, the mean latency period of treated group is shorter significantly than control's in adhensive-removal test.
(13) After a seven day latency period a distractor device is activated 1 mm per day until the desired expansion is obtained.
(14) The amplitude of the pressure waves declined after a latency period of about 2 to 3 minutes.
(15) For God sakes , Alvy, even Freud speaks of a latency period!
(16) It is an unexpected finding considering that for most cancers, the latency period -- the time between exposure to a carcinogen and expression of disease -- tends to span decades.
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