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2 In conclusion, I would like to say how much I have enjoyed myself today.
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4 In conclusion, I hope the preceding arguments have convinced you of the need for action.
5 In conclusion she wished her comrades every success in their work.
6 In conclusion, I would like to thank you all for your hard work.
7 In conclusion, I would like to thank our guest speaker.
8 In conclusion, I submit that the proposal will not work without some major changes.
9 In conclusion, dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids enhance duodenal resistance to acid by potentiation of adaptive cytoprotection.
10 In conclusion, patients with cholesterol gall stones produce less metastable hepatic bile measured by the evidence of shorter nucleation time.
11 In conclusion, one may say the Titan-Dionysos myth indicates a form of anthropological dualism in Orphism.
12 In conclusion, rapid urbanisation has typically occurred without an improvement in the life-chances of the majority of the urban population.
13 In conclusion oesophageal transection and gastric devascularisation appears to confer no benefit over endoscopic sclerotherapy in terms of long term survival after variceal haemorrhage.
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15 In conclusion, this study has evaluated the efficacy of four commercial serological tests in comparison with standard biopsy related tests.
16 In conclusion I will make some comments on the requisites for effective rules relating to the control of armed conflicts.
17 In conclusion, we investigated the influence of Helicobacter pylori colonisation on gastric mucosal eicosanoid synthesis in patients taking NSAIDs.
18 In conclusion it is justified to examine ICAM-1 expression as a potential prognostic risk factor for colonic carcinoma.
19 In conclusion, the use of specific molecular probes and insitu hybridisation allows a functional analysis of tissue macrophages.
20 In conclusion, this study confirms that four weeks treatment with elemental diet, when tolerated, is as effective as prednisolone.
21 In conclusion, our study confirms that perinuclear antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies are indeed demonstrable in the large majority of ulcerative colitis patients.
22 In conclusion, our findings suggest that H pylori infection may have been predominantly acquired at a young age in the past.
23 In conclusion, I want to thank all the people who have volunteered their time to our organization.
24 In conclusion, we found an association of coronary heart disease with periodontal disease and other measures of dental disease.
25 In conclusion, though there is no denying the seriousness of the problem, many questions still remain unanswered.
26 In conclusion, it is fair to say that researchers do not have a very clear idea what meaning is.
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28 In conclusion, deficiencies have been found in monitoring adults with severe physical disability whose sole regular contacts are health professionals.
29 In conclusion, there is a wide variety of social and physical contexts of soil erosion.
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