Ellipsis Robert

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Public concern is increasing about the potential health effects of extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields (EMFs) naturally present or generated by electrical appliances and those of very low frequency (VLF) fields, like those generated by video display terminals (VDTs). There are arguments in favour of EMFs being biologically active but no(More)
Teratology Information Services (TIS) are started in different countries in Europe in order to gather available data on exogenous agents, to evaluate their pertinence to human subjects, and to apply this knowledge to specific cases. Most European centers can only be consulted by medical professionals. The experience of two such services (Lyon, France, and(More)
A linguistic ellipsis, most generally expressed, is a truncated or partial linguistic form. It is a linguistic form in which constituents normally occurring in a sentence are superficially absent, licenced by structurally present prior antecedents. INTRODUCTION A linguistic ellipsis, most generally expressed, is a truncated or partial linguistic form. This(More)
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