Asked in Pune, Internet Research
Which language is useful in clinical research except English?
German, Greek and Latin
What are the sexual implications if a man loses one testis due to testicular torsion at the age of 26?
There are no sexual implications except that he might have it harder to get a woman pregnant since 50% is gone. ...
Your employer wants all employees to provide a Safety Guarantee to all other employees Are there legal implications?
There are no legal implications to providing a "safety guarantee" to all co-employees, because Workers' Compensation laws establish a no-fault coverage in the workplace, except for cases of grossly intentional misconduct. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Earth Sciences
What is a neutral material?
Neutral Material, by popular definition, often refers to a material that has zero-impact on the environment. It's connotations are similar to that of Carbon Netural, except with out the implications of CO2 related environmental impacts. ...
Asked in Vampire Knight
Will Yuki and Kaname have kids?
No one knows for certain yet except perhaps the author. But possibly yes, there are implications that it is a obligation to continue the legacy and line of Purebloods, thus there is a very big chance that they will have children. But as said: Facts are unknown. ...
Asked in Probate, Debt Responsibility
What implications does a sibling who gets life use of house have for the rest of the siblings?
Generally speaking, the rest of the siblings cannot do anything as long as the person with the life estate is alive except make sure that the person with the life estate takes care of the property. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is the definition of connote in math?
It means too imply. However, in ordinary usage, connote can be used figuratively: for example, the colour yellow connotes cowardice. There is no scientific basis cor the connotation. In mathematics, loose implications are normally not acceptable - except perhaps in the process of generating a conjecture. ...
Why is it necessary to ingest Vitamin B12?
Vitamin B12, known as B12 for short, is water soluble and is part of family of B vitamins. B12 refers to cobalt-containing compounds known as cobalamin that is essential for normal folic acid metabolism and these include: cyanocobalamin, hydroxocobalamin, adenosylcobalamin and methyl cobalamin. B12's common synthetic form, cyanocobalamin, does not occur in nature but is used in foods and drugs. This ordinarily is not a problem, except in rare cases of tobacco amblyopia. B12 cannot be made by plants and animals. Only bacteria have the...
What medication prevents STDs?
Medications are not used to prevent STDs, except in limited clinical trials or specialized circumstances. Survivors of sexual assault are offered medication after the assault to lower the risk of STDs. There are early trials for using anti-HIV medications to prevent transmission. ...
Do vitamins speed up metabolism?
Unlike the macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats and proteins), vitamins do not provide energy or act as building blocks except in the formation of various coenzymes. Each has a different function. They are required for metabolism but increased levels will not speed up the process. Very little is know about the exact metabolic mechanisms involved in many vitamins, including vitamin C, although the effects of deficiencies and the physiological effects are well known. ...
Asked in Definitions
What does except mean?
The verb except means "to exclude," leave out, or omit. The preposition except means "except for" -- an exception or excluded item. The conjunction except means "but for" or "but not." It is more rarely used to mean "were it not for" (e.g It would be a fine house except for the roof.) ...
Asked in Pronouns
What is the correct pronoun for this sentence Everyone was here except Peggy and?
The pronoun that completes the sentence is an objective pronoun, object of the preposition 'except'. Examples: Everyone was here except Peggy and me. Everyone was here except Peggy and you. Everyone was here except Peggy and us. Everyone was here except Peggy and him. Everyone was here except Peggy and her. Everyone was here except Peggy and them. ...
Asked in Adjectives and Articles
Is except an adjective?
Not directly. It is usually a preposition or conjunction, more rarely a verb (to exclude). The preposition "except" forms adjective phrases modifying the nouns all, last, or none. The conjunction "except" introduces dependent clauses (e.g. except that, except when, except where) or infinitive verbs. ...
Is the word except a conjunction?
The word "except" can be a preposition: "Everyone went home from school except me." a conjunction: "Everyone except me went home from school." an idiom: "I would have gone home except for detention." or a verb: "The teacher will except those students in detention from going home." ...
Asked in Homeschooling, Definitions, Prepositions Conjunctions and Interjections, The Difference Between
What is the difference between except and except for?
There is no actual difference: the preposition "except" means "except for" (the double preposition is also seen in but for and as to). The use of "except for" to mean "were it not for" is rare in modern English (e.g. Except for the cost, wind energy is a fine idea.) The word except is also used (much less frequently) as a verb, meaning to leave out or to exclude. ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How do you use except in a question?
Example sentences using the word "except" include these: I like all vegetables except for peas. He walked every day, except when it rained. It was over 100-degrees when we vacationed in Arizona, except at night. Except for three students, everyone enjoyed the class trip. Note: "Except" (meaning an exclusion) is most often confused with "accept". ...