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"excess" Polish translation
Excess δ 13C: - Difference between pre- and post-urea sample measurements.
excess fluid in the body (oedema); swelling of the arms and legs (peripheral oedema)
Medicines like Emtriva can cause lactic acidosis (excess lactic acid in the blood).
Over time, the excess iron can damage important organs such as the heart or liver.
Expel air, large bubbles, and any excess solution in order to obtain the required 1.2 ml dose.
And as the wind starts dying down, any excess energy will be diverted back into the house -- the lights never go out.
So this shows ... (Laughter) (Applause) When the wind is blowing, any excess energy coming from the windmill is diverted into the battery.
The 'excess appropriations' in the Cohesion Fund have arisen (among many other reasons) due to the delay in implementing programmes in the 'cohesion' countries.
For example, during the process of applying sanctions, no account is taken of the symmetry and interdependence between countries with trade surpluses and countries with excessive deficits.
We need it so that we can put a stop once and for all to highly speculative excesses.
In both cases, we are talking about excesses from certain politicians who regard themselves as being above the law.
Is resolute action genuinely being taken to deal with the radical factions' excesses and the massacres of Christians and Muslims?
In a country which still practises honour killings, calling for sexual rights for women means opposing fundamentalist excesses from any corner.
Clearly, we could get bogged down talking about the economic excesses of 2008, but there have been such excesses in more countries than just little Iceland.
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It was excessively long and duplicative, but it deals with an important subject.
This helps to correct the iron overload and prevent damage due to excess iron.
One of the fundamental mistakes of the 2002 reform was excessive centralisation.
It is just these companies that most feel the effects of excessive bureaucracy.
Greece is currently in the process of correcting its excessive government deficit.
They are killing off the sick banks that have suffered the excesses of speculation.
This initiative encompasses 14 countries with a population in excess of 200 million.
No one in Europe is radically arguing for an excessive budget consolidation.
In several euro area countries, excessive imbalances exist and need to be corrected.
They will discourage excessive consumption, and they will drive efficiency.
You have introduced earlier sanctions in the excessive imbalances procedure.
diuretics (used to treat high blood pressure or excessive fluid retention),
We need to be careful that good intentions do not descend into excessive bureaucracy.
diuretics(used to treat high blood pressure or excessive fluid retention),
These studies have shown a consistent unexplained statistically significant excess
This agreement establishes the possibility of catching their excess fish.
However, repeated blood transfusions can cause a build-up of excess iron.
A levy rate of 0.05% would provide revenues in excess of EUR 200 billion.
A small amount of baby oil may also be used to remove any excess residue.
In excess of another 20 relating to a wide range of topics are also under discussion.
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