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Association of chylothorax and direct pleura involvement in a case of Waldenström's macroglobulinaemia

Direct and Indirect Associations Between Social Anxiety and Nicotine Dependence and Cessation Problems: Multiple Mediator Analyses

Specific Association of Human Parechovirus Type 3 with Sepsis and Fever in Young Infants, as Identified by Direct Typing of Cerebrospinal Fluid Samples

The association of geographical location and neighbourhood deprivation with older people's use of NHS Direct: a population-based study

Association of Cigarette Smoking With Interpersonal and Self-Directed Violence in a Large Community-Based Sample

Involvement of condensin-directed gene associations in the organization and regulation of chromosome territories during the cell cycle

Co-segregation of yeast plasmid sisters under monopolin-directed mitosis suggests association of plasmid sisters with sister chromatids

Direct association of Bloom’s syndrome gene product with the human mismatch repair protein MLH1

2872Association between sociodemographic factors and choice of Direct Oral Anticoagulants versus warfarin in atrial fibrillation: A population based cross-sectional study using Swedish Registers

The DFNB31 gene product whirlin connects to the Usher protein network in the cochlea and retina by direct association with USH2A and VLGR1

The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century. Episode 1: “Explosion,” 2: “Stalemate,” 3: “Total War,” 4: “Slaughter,” 5: “Mutiny,” 6: “Collapse,” 7: “Hatred and Hunger,” 8: “War without End.” Produced by Blaine Baggett, Carl Byker, David Mrazek, Lyn Goldfarb, and Jay Winter, for KCET, Los Angeles/BBC, London, in association with the Imperial War Museum; directed by Carl Byker, Lyn Goldfarb, Margaret Koval; written by Jay Winter and Blaine Baggett with Carl Byker, Lyn Goldfarb, and Joseph Angier; chief historian, Jay Winter. 1996; color and black & white; 8 hours. Distributor: PBS Home Video

Welcome to Sarajevo. Produced by Graham Broadbent, Damian Jones, and Paul Sarony; directed by Michael Winterbottom; screenplay by Frank Cottrell Boyce. 1997; ; color, 102 minutes. UK/USA. In English and Serbo-Croatian. Distributor: Miramax, The Perfect Circle [Savršeni krug]. Produced by Sylvan Burztejn, Dana Rotberg, Peter Van Vogelpoel; directed by Ademir Kenovic; screenplay by Ademir Kenovic, Abdulah Sidran, and Pjar Zalica. 1996; color; 110 minutes. Bosnia/France. In Serbo-Croatian and French. Distributor: Les Films du Losange, Paris/Parnasse International, The Wounds [Rane]. Produced by Dragan Bjelogrlić; written and directed by Srdjan Dragojević, 1998; color; 103 minutes. Yugoslavia (Serbia)/France, in association with European Film Promotion, an initiative of the European Union's Media Program. In Serbo-Croatian. Distributors: Le Studio Canal +, Paris; Cobra Film Department/Pandora Film, USA and The Powder Keg [Bure Baruta]. Produced by Dejan Vrazalic and Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre; directed by Goran Paskaljevic; screenplay by Dejan Dukovski, Goran Paskaljević, Filip David, Zoran Andrić. 1998; color; 100 minutes. Yugoslavia. In Serbo-Croatian. Distributor: Paramount Classics

 

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In analytical psychology, spontaneously produced chains of related ideas proceeding from the recollection of a dream. In contrast to free association, the associated ideas are required constantly to relate to the original dream memory. Also called controlled association.

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