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Meanings and phrases
- subjected to a physical (or chemical) treatment or action or agent
- made hard or flexible or resilient especially by heat treatment; tempered; hardened; toughened
- given medical care or treatment
- If not treated within minutes, death usually occurs.
- The disease is highly lethal if not treated properly.
- If not treated, these can both lead to a heart attack.
- Neurapraxia is often treated and cured by non-operative means.
- There are two subspecies, often treated in the past as separate species.
- The species is often treated as a subspecies of "Pseudochazara anthelea".
- 112 patients were treated in the Infirmary during the year.
- In 2007, 293 patients were treated via drugs from TopoTarget's pipeline.
- It opened its doors on June 28, 1905; more than 70 patients were treated by the end of that first day.
- In 1959, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) again reviewed cases of patients treated by Gerson.
- Diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea and vomiting are common among patients treated with idarubicin.
- Large amounts of orotidine are excreted in the urine of cancer patients treated with 6-azauridine.
- Patients are also sometimes treated pharmacologically.
- It is sometimes treated as a subfamily of the Notodontidae.
- It is sometimes treated as a variety of "Atriplex parishii".
- Pregnant women should not be treated within their first trimester.
- Health does not regenerate and injuries cannot be treated mid-mission.
- People with disabilities cannot be treated as "less than" other customers.
- He dislikes being left out and being treated differently.
- Tomas was used to being treated differently from an early age.
- They are treated differently to reflect the meaning of the text.
- Spies successfully treated numerous pellagra patients.
- He was successfully treated and resumed his guitar duties in 2015.
- Often, degenerative disc disease can be successfully treated without surgery.
- Female captives, however, were usually treated better.
- FH is usually treated with statins.
- (The genus is now usually treated as "Lotus" section "Pedrosia".)
- The intermediate case is not treated well analytically.
- She and her accompany were treated well and offered wine, beer and tobacco.
- He is treated well because Shub-Niggurath fears he may revive his creator, her enemy, the god Nehahra.
- All versions thus existed at the same time and should be treated equally.
- Hollander wanted to create a place to live where everybody would be treated equally.
- The designers built the Kuraza on the idea that all luxury passengers should be treated equally.
- Children with acute otitis media who are younger than 6 months of age are generally treated with amoxicillin or other antibiotic.
- Uber services are generally treated as black-car services from a legal standpoint and are not generally regulated under Taxi laws.
- The spell-casting monsters are generally treated as primitive or unsophisticated clerics or clerics of uncivilized or inhuman deities.
- Some of the enemies are larger and treated more like bosses.
- The isolation conditions were probably very difficult, as the unwell were treated more like prisoners than patients.
- Myra and Nora were probably treated more favorably by their parents, while Iris and Hester were treated more harshly.
- APPENDIX I seeds are treated the same as the plants.
- Same-sex couples are treated the same as opposite-sex couples.
- But the players were treated the same as all Fordham students.
- It discharges treated water into the Snohomish River.
- The WUC supplies bulk treated water to the Department of Water Affairs.
- The treated water is then released into the lake to improve the quality of water.
- Duchesne died of tuberculosis, a disease now treated by antibiotics.
- 'Urban' was crossed with the Wilson's Elm (now treated as Japanese Elm "U. davidiana" var.
- Two former subfamilies of the Corinnidae are now treated as separate families, Phrurolithidae and Trachelidae.