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To Render Invisible: Jim Crow and Public Life in New South Jacksonville

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Pre-exposure of infected human endometrial epithelial cells to penicillin in vitro renders Chlamydia trachomatis refractory to azithromycin


Interleukin (IL)–13 Is the Predominant Th2 Cytokine in Localized Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Lesions and Renders Specific CD4+ T Cells Unresponsive to IL-12

Overexpression of OsRAN2 in rice and Arabidopsis renders transgenic plants hypersensitive to salinity and osmotic stress


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1 To ease away gently, such as by taking one or two turns with a rope or hawser round a bollard or winch, and easing it slowly to absorb a heavy pull upon it.

2 The action of a rope as it passes over the sheave of a block. A seaman talks of a rope rendering through a block, not passing through it.

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