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The immediate effect of skin cooling and analgesia lasts for 5 minutes, but the release of endorphins can have a lasting effect, where the pains and signs of inflammation as found in blood tests remain suppressed for weeks.
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Perlman said bankruptcy would not be an immediate effect of the merger, but could possibly be an ultimate effect.
The effect on the strategic situation in the Mediterranean was immediate, reversing the balance of the conflict and giving the British control at sea that they maintained for the remainder of the war.
This delay, absent in electronic accounting systems due to instantaneous posting into relevant accounts, is not replicated in manual systems, thus giving rise to primary books of accounts such as Sales Book, Cash Book, Bank Book, Purchase Book for recording the immediate effect of the financial transaction.
Specifically, after acknowledging the various popular theories in vogue at the time, of how atoms were reasoned to attach to each other, i. e. " hooked atoms ", " glued together by rest ", or " stuck together by conspiring motions ", Newton states that he would rather infer from their cohesion, that " particles attract one another by some force, which in immediate contact is exceedingly strong, at small distances performs the chemical operations, and reaches not far from the particles with any sensible effect.
His imposing contemporaries William James and Josiah Royce admired him, and Cassius Jackson Keyser at Columbia and C. K. Ogden wrote about Peirce with respect, but to no immediate effect.
* 1979 – Libya joins four other OPEC nations in raising crude oil prices, having an immediate dramatic effect on the United States.
The principle of locality states that physical processes occurring at one place should have no immediate effect on the elements of reality at another location.
The Prime Minister has the option of naming an immediate replacement or letting the vacancy provisions take effect.
See Michael Buckland's conclusion: " Bush's contributions in this area were twofold: ( i ) A significant engineering achievement by the team under his leadership in building a truly rapid prototype microfilm selector, and ( ii ) a speculative article, ' As We May Think ,' which, through its skillful writing and the social prestige of its author, has had an immediate and lasting effect in stimulating others.
A no-contest plea, while not technically a guilty plea, has the same immediate effect as a guilty plea, and is often offered as a part of a plea bargain.
The immediate effect seems to have been that joint Welsh and Franco-Breton forces attacked and laid siege to Kidwelly Castle.
His appeal to Otto I the Great to intervene in Rome remained without immediate effect, since Alberic II's position was too strong to be attacked, but it bore fruit after his death.
In 1967, Egypt reinforced its military presence in Sinai, renewed the prohibition of Israeli shipping using Egyptian territorial waters, ( including the Suez Canal and western part of the Straits of Tiran ), and on 16 May ordered the UNEF out of Sinai with immediate effect.
Easing the sheets on aft-most sails, such as the mainsail in a sloop or cutter can have an immediate effect, especially to help with manoeuvering.
One of the first issues considered by the council, and the matter that had the most immediate effect on the lives of individual Catholics, was the revision of the liturgy.
Compared to patents, the advantages of trade secrets are that a trade secret is not limited in time ( it " continues indefinitely as long as the secret is not revealed to the public ", whereas a patent is only in force for a specified time, after which others may freely copy the invention ), a trade secret does not imply any registration costs, has an immediate effect, does not require compliance with any formalities, and does not imply any disclosure of the invention to the public.
The next most common form is liquid fertilizer ; some advantages of liquid fertilizer are its immediate effect and wide coverage.
immediate and skin
Immediate antibody-mediated allergic reactions ( wheals ) have been elicited in infected persons, but not in healthy persons ; immediate hypersensitivity of this type is thought to explain the observed far more rapid allergic skin response to reinfection seen in persons having been previously infected ( especially having been infected within the previous year or two ).
This type of camouflage, known as background adaptation, most commonly appears as a slight darkening or lightening of skin tone to approximately mimic the hue of the immediate environment.
A popping or cracking sound, significant pain, violent hallucinations, high-pitched screaming, immediate flaccidity, and skin hematoma of various sizes are commonly associated with the event.
Eggs are deposited on animal skin directly, or the larvae hatch and drop from the eggs attached to the intermediate vector: the body heat of the host animal induces hatching upon contact or immediate proximity.
He wrote: " There are no traces of skin, hair, blood or clothing on either vehicle, nor is there any blood, tissue or clothing debris on the road, except for blood in the immediate vicinity of the body, nor are there any tyre marks or signs on either Jerry or on the cars to indicate that either vehicle came into contact with the body.
Allergies to sulfa-based medications typically cause skin rashes, hives, or trouble breathing or swallowing and warrant immediate discontinuation of the medication and contact with doctor immediately.
Since there is an often immediate increased minor skin sensitivity after microdermabrasion, irritating products like glycolic acids or fragranced creams and lotions are typically avoided right after the procedure.
Superficial immediate infections are infections that are caused by organisms that commonly grow near or on skin.
It would take over an ounce ( about 29ml ) of ink from a Sharpie to cause a reaction, and if a Sharpie is used on the skin it generally won ’ t cause an immediate or obvious health effect.
The addition has been proposed for the fifth edition of the DSM as a condition where there is an intrusive compulsion to pick at one's skin that cannot be accounted for by another medical condition or mental disorder ; where feelings of tension or anxiety precedes picking ; where picking causes damage ; and where the picking results in immediate pleasure or relief but later causes distress or impairment to the subject.
The gentle liposuction applied to harvest the autologous fat minimally disturbs the local tissues, especially the connective-tissue layer between the skin and the immediate subcutaneous muscle tissues.
Clinicians have immediate access to more than 17, 000 images as well as expert-reviewed information for nearly 1, 000 visually identifiable diseases, drug reactions, and infections represented in all age ranges and skin types.
Its medial fibers are continuous with those of the Procerus ; its immediate fibers blend with the Corrugator and Orbicularis oculi, thus attached to the skin of the eyebrows ; and its lateral fibers are also blended with the latter muscle over the zygomatic process of the frontal bone.
immediate and cooling
If the cloud base exists near the freezing line, then the cooling in the immediate air caused by melting can lead to convective overturning, just as in the processes above.
Harvesting in general usage includes an immediate post-harvest handling, all of the actions taken immediately after removing the crop — cooling, sorting, cleaning, packing — up to the point of further on-farm processing, or shipping to the wholesale or consumer market.
Sunday competition moves on to the launching of Bangfai, judged, in various categories, for apparent height and distance travelled, with extra points for exceptionally beautiful vapor trails Those whose rockets misfire are either covered with mud, or thrown into a mud puddle ( that also serves a safety function, as immediate application of cooling mud can reduce severity of burns ).