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If a seizure lasts longer than 5 minutes, or if more than one seizure occurs without regaining consciousness emergency medical services should be contacted.
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If it is unaffected, then it is a simple partial seizure ; otherwise it is a complex partial ( psychomotor ) seizure.
If consciousness is unaffected, then it is a simple partial seizure ; otherwise it is a complex partial seizure.
If a person remains free to disregard questioning by the government, there has been no intrusion upon the person's liberty or privacy under the Fourth Amendment — there has been no seizure.
If no arrangements are made by the owner of such animal for payment of such costs of seizure and impoundment or the removal of such animal from the city, within a period of five days, then such peace officer may arrange for such animal to be destroyed in a humane manner.
If viewed in this light, historian Eric Van Young states that Iturbide's seizure of the crown " seems less cynical and idiosyncratic when it comes along at the end of the independence struggle.
If anticonvulsants fail to control seizure activity, neurosurgery may be an option to remove or disconnect the abnormal cells from the rest of the brain ( depending on where the cortical dysplasia is located and the safety of the surgery relative to continued seizures ).
If the diet does not begin with a fast, the time for half of the patients to achieve an improvement is longer ( two weeks ) but the long-term seizure reduction rates are unaffected.
If the enforcement order remains unpaid further enforcement action can follow, which may include suspension of the persons driver licence, restrictions on conducting business with Roads and Maritime Services ( RMS ), garnisheeing of wages, property seizure order or a community service order and additional fees.
If a seizure happens during the infection itself, the person most likely doesn't have epilepsy, but has " symptomatic seizures " or seizures occurring because of a known injury to the brain.
If the defendant enters a general appearance, the sequestered property is routinely released, unless the plaintiff makes special application to continue its seizure, in which event the plaintiff has the burden of proof and persuasion.
If and lasts
If the time period of blood supply impairment lasts more than a few minutes, the nerve cells of that area of the brain die and cause permanent neurologic damage.
" If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a moving picture is worth many times that, and a live moving picture makes an emotional connection that goes deeper than logic and lasts well beyond the actual event.
If she, and the order, determine that she may have a vocation to the life, she receives the habit of the order ( usually with some modification, normally a white veil instead of a black, to distinguish her from professed nuns ) and undertakes the novitiate, a period ( that lasts one to two years ) of living the life of a nun without yet taking vows.
If the apparent start bit lasts at least one-half of the bit time, it is valid and signals the start of a new character.
If a male and female like each other's song, they will find the other gibbon and do a short mating dance followed by a vigorous mating ritual that lasts three days, and they will mate about five hundred times in this time period.
If you look at the final shot of the opening prologue, which lasts 85 seconds, and was danced completely by Natalie, she exits the scene on pointe.
If they do not employ Jesus as their interlocutor, the story goes, they are cast into a lake of fire, which is a torturer's prison that lasts forever.
If the universe lasts for a sufficient time, it will asymptotically approach a state where all energy is evenly distributed.
If the two companies can agree on a price, it is in their long-term interest to keep the agreement: the revenue from cutting prices is less than twice the revenue from keeping the agreement, and lasts only until the other firm cuts its own prices.
If a tournament lasts several days, there is often one session on the first night of debate, followed by several more on the subsequent day.
* If the rhythm lasts more than 30 seconds, it is known as a sustained ventricular tachycardia ( even if it terminates on its own after 30 seconds ).
If the woman is afterward given a " full " orgasm with stimulation continuing into the orgasmic contractions ( and gently afterward, depending on the specific woman ), the resulting orgasm is generally very powerful and lasts longer than would be typical.
If the patient reports that dizziness occurs after particular movements and lasts seconds to a few minutes, this suggests decompensation: the brain has ' forgotten ' the fine-tuning procedure it developed during the chronic compensation phase described above.
Sachs argues that sufficient foreign aid can make up for the lack of capital in poor countries, maintaining that, " If the foreign assistance is substantial enough, and lasts long enough, the capital stock rises sufficiently to lift households above subsistence.
# If a game lasts for more than five minutes then play will halt and the " 5 minute rule " will come into effect.
It also includes the lyrics: " I'm a boozer / I'm a cruiser / Anarchist / Anarchist / An ' I kissed / A couple of local girls ", and " I've learnt two chords an ' I sing out of tune / If punk rock lasts I will make a fortune ".
* If a round lasts longer than 100 seconds or the player does not fire a shot for more than 30 seconds, a Death enemy appears.
If it does, the amount of interest will be periodically added to the principle borrowed amount, meaning that the interest keeps getting higher the longer the term lasts.
If the last wicket partnership lasts much longer than they expect, it has an adverse effect on their preparation and composure, as well as their energy level deteriorating from extra time on the field.
If and longer
If the old fool argues about the price, tell him I shall order my husband not to treat him as a patient any longer.
If `` Jack the Courtier '' is really to be taken as Swift, the following remark is obviously Steele's comment on Swift's change of parties and its effect on their friendship: `` I assure you, dear Jack, when I first found out such an Allay in you, as makes you of so malleable a Constitution, that you may be worked into any Form an Artificer pleases, I foresaw I should not enjoy your Favour much longer ''.
If you are planning to tour Europe for longer than a month, it might be wise for you to lease a car.
If, in a certain part of the range, it starts life 1 foot longer than do any of the other ( relatively large ) giants, and reaches maturity at, let us guess, 18 inches longer than the others, a quadrupling of the maturity length would result in a maximum of ( nearly ) 40 feet.
If used in pregnancy, those benzodiazepines with a better and longer safety record, such as diazepam or chlordiazepoxide, are recommended over potentially more harmful benzodiazepines, such as alprazolam or triazolam.
" If psychiatry is the medical technique that aims to enable man no longer to be a stranger to his environment, I owe it to myself to affirm that the Arab, permanently an alien in his own country, lives in a state of absolute depersonalization .” ( 2 )
If one of the intervening states was a superpower, a civil war is extended a further 72 %; a conflict such as the Angolan Civil War, in which there is two-sided foreign intervention, including by a superpower ( actually, two superpowers in the case of Angola ), would be 538 % longer on average than a civil war without any international intervention.
If the bacterium senses that it is moving in the correct direction ( toward attractant / away from repellent ), it will keep swimming in a straight line for a longer time before tumbling.
If sections of the frame move in a simple manner, the compressor emits a ( slightly longer ) command that tells the decompresser to shift, rotate, lighten, or darken the copy: a longer command, but still much shorter than intraframe compression.
If we draw an ellipse twice as long as it is wide, and draw the circle centered at the ellipse's center with diameter equal to the ellipse's longer axis, then on any line parallel to the shorter axis the length within the circle is twice the length within the ellipse.
If I told you my son's age, then there would no longer be two unknowns ( variables ), and the problem becomes a linear equation with just one variable, that can be solved as described above.
If the emulsion is concentrated enough, the color will be distorted toward comparatively longer wavelengths, and will appear more yellow.
If longer lengths were needed, the unexposed negative rolls could be cemented in a darkroom, but this was largely undesirable by most narrative filmmakers.
If the person was lucid, they often believe that they are no longer dreaming and begin their morning routine.
If, in some future experiment, one of the mass-related phenomena is shown to not be proportional to the others, then that specific phenomenon will no longer be considered a part of the abstract concept of mass.
If The Netherlands were no longer a continuous Church, the Concordat of Worms and the concession of Pope Leo X were no longer applicable.
If the lifetime of this transition, τ < sub > 21 </ sub > is much longer than the lifetime of the radiationless 3 → 2 transition τ < sub > 32 </ sub > ( if τ < sub > 21 </ sub > ≫ τ < sub > 32 </ sub >, known as a favourable lifetime ratio ), the population of the E < sub > 3 </ sub > will be essentially zero ( N < sub > 3 </ sub > ≈ 0 ) and a population of excited state atoms will accumulate in level 2 ( N < sub > 2 </ sub > > 0 ).
If P were 100 % true, not-P would be 100 % false, and there is no contradiction because P and not-P no longer holds.
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