Enraging: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

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Icon Group International, Incorporated, Nov 26, 2008 - 61 pages
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Use in Literature CrippsCripps speaks of a young girl of eighteen who had an infantile uterus and no ovaries; she neither menstruated nor had any signs of puberty.ndash;Gould and Pyle in Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine.Cripps mentions a case in which there was absence of pain in parturition.ndash;Gould and Pyle in Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine.Morgagni, Pears, and Cripps have published observations in which both ovaries were said to have been absent.ndash;Gould and Pyle in Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine. Nonfiction Usage Patent UsageAntigen: Patented by Allan W. Cripps, Jannelle Kyd, Margaret Dunkley and Robert L. Clancy on January 26, 1998. Abstract: A novel antigen from P. aeruginosa is provided. The use of the antigen in detecting/diagnosing P. aeruginosa as well as its use in eliciting an immune response are also provided.Diagnostic method of use of OMP26 antigen from Haemophilus influenzae: Patented by Jennelle Kyd, Allan Cripps and Christopher John Smith on May 3, 1999. Abstract: A novel antigenic protein derived from the outer membrane of H. influenzae is provided. DNA sequences encoding such a protein are also provided as are vaccines comprising the protein and methods of immunising a subject against H. influenzae infection. The invention also includes methods for the prophylaxis or treatment of rerspiratory tract infections or otitis media, as well as methods for the detection of H. influenzae, and kits for use in such methods.H. Pylori Antigens: Patented by Allan W. Cripps, Robert L. Clancy, Lois Mcshane, Christopher J. Smith, David R. Tyreman and Bow Ho on January 26, 1998. Abstract: Novel antigens from H. pylori are provided. Their use in diagnosing H. pylori infection is also disclosed, including methods for said diagnosis, and kits for use in such a method. In addition, novel antigenic fragments of the antigens are provided, as well as vaccines comprising either at least one of the antigens or one or more antigenic fragments.Indolyl-urea Derivatives of Thienopyridines Useful As Anti-Angiogenic Agents, and Methods for Their Use: Patented by Robert S. Kania, William H. Romines, Stephan J. Cripps, Mingying He, Jihong Lou and Ru Zhou on February 17, 2003. Abstract: The invention relates to compounds represented by the formula FI and to prodrugs thereof, pharmaceutically acceptable salts or solvates of said compounds or said prodrugs, wherein X, R1 and R11 are as defined herein. The invention also relates to pharmaceutical compositions containing the compounds of formula I and to methods of treating hyperproliferative disorders in a mammal by administering the compounds of formula I.METHOD AND MEANS FOR MEASURING OPERATING TEMPERATURE OF SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES BY MONITORING RF CHARACTERISTICS: Patented by Stephen C. Cripps on April 1, 1989. Abstract: The operating temperature of the active region of an RF semiconductor device such as a microwave hybrid circuit having a gallium arsenide field-effect transistor therein is determined by measuring signal gain of the device at variable times following application of bias voltage to the device. Bias voltage is applied in response to a constant duty cycle pulse train from which are derived a sample-and-hold command pulse and a synchronized bias control pulse.Methods for use of OMP26 from Haemophilus influenzae: Patented by Jennelle Kyd, Allan Cripps and Christopher John Smith on May 3, 1999. Abstract: A novel antigenic protein derived from the outer membrane of H. influenzae is provided. DNA sequences encoding such a protein are also provided as are vaccines comprising the protein and methods of immunizing a subject against H. influenzae infection. The invention also includes methods for the prophylaxis or treatment of respiratory tract infections or otitis media, as well as methods for the detection of H. influenzae, and kits for use in such methods.Moraxella Catharralis Proteins: Patented by Allan W. Cripps and Jennelle Kyd on May 11, 199

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