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A new scale for repeated measurement of orientation in neurorehabilitation: The orientation log (O-Log)

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Parsec-scale SiO emission in an infrared dark cloud

Geochemical Variations during Kīlauea's Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō Eruption Reveal a Fine-scale Mixture of Mantle Heterogeneities within the Hawaiian Plume

A large-scale CO survey of the Rosette Molecular Cloud: assessing the effects of O stars on surrounding molecular gas

Near-Infrared Observations of the IRAS/SiO Sources in the Galactic Bulge: a Large Scale Distribution

Thin-shell mixing in radiative wind-shocks and the L x  ∼  L bol scaling of O-star X-rays

A large-scale structure traced by [O ii] emitters hosting a distant cluster at z= 1.62

O1-16-5Impact of various modalities of treatment for cervical cancer on sexual function assessed using the LENT SOMA scales

1.1-O5Mortality, ethnicity and country of birth on a national scale 2001-2013: the Scottish Health and Ethnicity Linkage Study

Conduit- to Localized-scale Degassing during Plinian Eruptions: Insights from Major Element and Volatile (Cl and H2O) Analyses within Vesuvius ad 79 Pumice

A 1.85-m mm-submm Telescope for Large-Scale Molecular Gas Surveys in 12CO, 13CO, and C18O (J = 2–1)

C-terminal domain of archaeal O-phosphoseryl-tRNA kinase displays large-scale motion to bind the 7-bp D-stem of archaeal tRNASec

Semi-Micro-Scale Frontal Gel Chromatography of Interacting Systems of a Protein and Small Molecules: Binding of Warfarin, Tryptophan, or FMN to Albumin, and of o-Nitrophenol to Catechol 2,3-Dioxygenase

1435O_PRComparison of the European Society for Medical Oncology Magnitude of Clinical Benefit Scale (ESMO-MCBS) in clinical trials supporting US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of orphan vs. non-orphan drugs


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A system of assessing physique based on a scale constructed from anthropometric data, including measurements of skinfold, body-height, body-girth, and body-weight.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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