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It added: "There is no assurance that any such discussions will result in any definitive agreement or transaction, or that any offer for NOL will be made, or as to the terms on which any such offer might be made."
Once again, Lincoln had moved to mold public sentiment, but in the white community at the expense of the black. Knowing full well that his statement would be printed in newspapers across the country, Lincoln had made certain he would not be portrayed as a bleeding-heart friend of the Negro. This would further guarantee that when his Proclamation was issued, whites might receive it as a tactical military move, rather than a grand liberation, increasing the chances for its acceptance. But here was yet another case in which Lincoln sacrificed a measure of historical stature in the name of public relations. Critics have used the statement against him ever since. But in its day, it functioned precisely as Lincoln hoped. As for his own, once-serious flirtation with the notion of colonizing free blacks abroad, Lincoln abandoned it once African Americans began serving in the Union military to fight for their own freedom.
A total of 345 women were enrolled from September 2015 through May 2016; of these, 182 women (53%) tested positive for ZIKV in blood, urine, or both. The timing of acute ZIKV infection ranged from 6 to 39 weeks of gestation. Predominant maternal clinical features included a pruritic descending macular or maculopapular rash, arthralgias, conjunctival injection, and headache; 27% had fever (short-term and low-grade). By July 2016, a total of 134 ZIKV-affected pregnancies and 73 ZIKV-unaffected pregnancies had reached completion, with outcomes known for 125 ZIKV-affected and 61 ZIKV-unaffected pregnancies. Infection with chikungunya virus was identified in 42% of women without ZIKV infection versus 3% of women with ZIKV infection (P
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Real-time reverse-transcriptase–polymerase-chain-reaction (RT-PCR) assays for ZIKV were performed with the QuantiTect Probe RT-PCR kit (Qiagen), as described previously, with the same primers and cycle times, at the Fiocruz Flavivirus Laboratory; assays were performed on blood specimens, urine specimens, or both that were obtained at the entry visit. The Fiocruz Flavivirus Laboratory is a reference laboratory for flavivirus infections in the region. Serologic testing for IgG antibodies to dengue (Abcam) and IgM antibodies to chikungunya (Euroimmun) were performed on serum specimens obtained at the entry visit. Patient specimens were also tested by RT-PCR for dengue and chikungunya. Patients were tested for parvovirus B19 and cytomegalovirus by PCR (TaqMan RT PCR, Applied Biosystems) and by serologic testing during regular prenatal care. PCR assays for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) DNA (Abbott RT HIV Viral Load) were performed on all patient specimens. Screening tests for syphilis were performed during prenatal care with the use of VDRL assays, with treponemal assays (Alere Determine Syphilis) used as confirmatory tests.
A specific in vitro diagnostic instrument contained approximately 175,000lines of source code and approximately 1,600 software requirements that neededto be traced. While the division also has an automated traceability system(ATS) that allowed them to automate many of the tasks, it was the process andnot the tool that led to their success. The main purpose of the traceabilityprogram is to identify links and determine that the links are complete andaccurate. The traceability analysis consists of 4 aspects: forward requirementsanalysis, reverse requirements trace, forward test analysis, and reverse testtrace. These steps are used to trace each software requirement through itsdesign elements and test traces. The ATS can be used to design documentationmatrices and test matrices that is used to perform the different analysesrequired. The ATS is also able to give feedback about the design componentsthat are not yet implemented during the life cycle. In the test phase, the ATSgives input to what requirements are covered by the test cases. [Watkins94]
Jean-Fran?ois Emile, Catherine Juli?, Karine Le Malicot, Come Lepage, Josep Tabernero, Enrico Mini, Gunnar Folprecht, Jean-Luc Van Laethem, St?phanie Dimet, Camille Boulagnon-Rombi, Marc-Antoine Allard, Fr?d?rique Penault-Llorca, Jaafar Bennouna, Pierre Laurent-Puig, Julien Taieb, Josef Thaler, Richard Greil, Johannes Gaenzer, Wolfgang Eisterer, Joerg Tschmelitsch, Felix Keil, Hellmut Samonigg, August Zabernigg, Franz Schmid, G?nther Steger, Robert Steinacher, Johannes Andel, Bj?rn Jagdt, Alois Lang, Michael Fridrik, Reinhold F?gger, Friedrich Hofbauer, Ewald Woell, Dietmar Geissler, Alfred Lenauer, Manfred Prager, Geert D'Haens, Gauthier Demolin, Joseph Kerger, Guido Deboever, Gilbert Ghillebert, Marc Polus, Eric Van Cutsem, Hassan Rezaie Kalantari, Thierry Delaunoit, Jean Charles Goeminne, Marc Peeters, Philippe Vergauwe, Ghislain Houbiers, Yves Humblet, Jos Janssens, Dirk Schrijvers, Erik Vanderstraeten, Jean-Luc Van Laethem, Jan Vermorken, Daniel Van Daele, Michel Ferrante, Frederic Forget, Alain Hendlisz, Mette Yilmaz, Svend Erik Nielsen, Lene Vestermark, Jim Larsen, Mohamed-Ayman Zawadi, Olivier Bouche, Laurent Mineur, Jaafar Bennouna-Louridi, Louis Marie Dourthe, Marc Ychou, Eveline Boucher, Julien Taieb, Denis Pezet, Francoise Desseigne, Michel Ducreux, Patrick Texereau, Laurent Miglianico, Philippe Rougier, Serge Fratte, Charles-Briac Levache, Yacine Merrouche, Stephen Ellis, Christophe Locher, Jean-Francois Ramee, Claire Garnier, Frederic Viret, Bruno Chauffert, Isabelle Cojean-Zelek, Pierre Michel, Cedric Lecaille, Christian Borel, Jean-Francois Seitz, Denis Smith, Catherine Lombard-Bohas, Thierry Andre, Jean-Marc Gornet, Francine Fein, Marie-Aude Coulon-Sfairi, Marie-Christine Kaminsky, Jean-Paul Lagasse, Dominique Luet, Pierre-Luc Etienne, Mohamed Gasmi, Andre Vanoli, Suzanne Nguyen, Thomas Aparicio, Herv? Perrier, Noel Stremsdoerfer, Philippe Laplaige, Dominique Arsene, Dominique Auby, Laurent Bedenne, Romain Coriat, Bernard Denis, Patrick Geoffroy, Gilles Piot, Yves Becouarn, Gilbert Bordes, Gael Deplanque, Olivier Dupuis, Frederic Fruge, Rosine Guimbaud, Thierry Lecomte, G?rard Lledo, Iradej Sobhani, Amani Asnacios, Ahmed Azzedine, Christophe Desauw, Marie-Pierre Galais, Dany Gargot, You-Heng Lam, Abakar Abakar-Mahamat, Jean-Francois Berdah, Sylviane Catteau, Marie-Christine Clavero-Fabri, Jean-Francois Codoul, Jean-Louis Legoux, Denis Goldfain, Pierre Guichard, Denis Pere Verge, Jocelyne Provencal, Bruno Vedrenne, Catherine Brezault-Bonnet, Denis Cleau, Jean-Paul Desir, David Fallik, Bruno Garcia, Marie-H?l?ne Gaspard, Dominique Genet, Johannes Hartwig, Yves Krummel, Tamara Matysiak Budnik, Vanessa Palascak-Juif, Harizo Randrianarivelo, Yves Rinaldi, Albert Aleba, Ariane Darut-Jouve, Aimery de Gramont, Herve Hamon, Frederic Wendehenne, Axel Matzdorff, Michael Konrad Stahl, Wolfgang Schepp, Martin Burk, Lothar Mueller, Gunnar Folprecht, Michael Geissler, Luisa Mantovani-Loeffler, Thomas Hoehler, Walter Asperger, Hendrik Kroening, Ludwig Fischer von Weikersthal, Stefan Fuxius, Matthias Groschek, Johannes Meiler, Tanja Trarbach, Jacqueline Rauh, Nicolas Ziegenhagen, Albrecht Kretzschmar, Ullrich Graeven, Arnd Nusch, Goetz von Wichert, Ralf-Dieter Hofheinz, Gerhard Kleber, Karl-Heinz Schmidt, Ursula Vehling-Kaiser, Claudia Baum, Jochen Schuette, Georg Martin Haag, Wilhelm Holtkamp, Jochen Potenberg, Tobias Reiber, Georg Schliesser, Hans-Joachim Schmoll, Wolfgang Schneider-Kappus, Wolfgang Abenhardt, Claudio Denzlinger, Jan Henning, Bartscht Marxsen, Hans Guenter Derigs, Helmut Lambertz, Ingulf Becker-Boost, Karel Caca, Christian Constantin, Thomas Decker, Henning Eschenburg, Sigrun Gabius, Holger Hebart, Albrecht Hoffmeister, Heinz-August Horst, Stephan Kremers, Malte Leithaeuser, Sebastian Mueller, Siegfried Wagner, Severin Daum, Frank Schlegel, Martina Stauch, Volker Heinemann, Evaristo Maiello, Luciano Latini, Alberto Zaniboni, Dino Amadori, Giuseppe Aprile, Sandro Barni, Rodolfo Mattioli, Andrea Martoni, Rodolfo Passalacqua, Mario Nicolini, Enzo Pasquini, Carla Rabbi, Enrico Aitini, Alberto Ravaioli, Carlo Barone, Guido Biasco, Stefano Tamberi, Angelo Gambi, Claudio Verusio, Marina Marzola, Giorgio Lelli, Corrado Boni, Stefano Cascinu, Paolo Bidoli, Massimo Vaghi, Giorgio Cruciani, Francesco Di Costanzo, Alberto Sobrero, Enrico Mini, Roberto Petrioli, Massimo Aglietta, Oscar Alabiso, Federico Capuzzo, Alfredo Falcone, Domenico Cristi Corsi, Roberto Labianca, Stefania Salvagni, Silvana Chiara, Libero Ciuffreda, Francesco Ferra?, Francesco Giuliani, Sara Lonardi, Nicola Gebbia, Giovanni Mantovani, Evaristo Sanches, Juan Carlos Mellidez, Pedro Santos, Joao Freire, Cristina Sarmento, Luis Costa, Antonio Moreira Pinto, Sergio Barroso, Jorge Espirito Santo, F?tima Guedes, Am?lia Monteiro, Anabela Sa, Irene Furtado, Ramon Salazar, Enrique Aranda Aguilar, Fernando Rivera Herrero, Josep Tabernero, Javier Sastre Valera, Manuel Valladares Ayerbes, Jaime Feliu Batlle, Silvia Gil, Albert Abad Esteve, Carlos Garcia-Giron, Guillermo Lopez Vivanco, Antonia Salud Salvia, Vicente Alonso Ordu?a, Ruth Vera Garcia, Javier Gallego, Bartomeu Massuti Sureda, Jordi Remon, Maria Jose Safont Aguilera, Luis Cirera Nogueras, Bernado Queralt Merino, Cristina Gravalos Castro, Purificacion Martinez de Prado, Carlos Pijaume Pericay, Manuel Constenla Figueiras, Inmaculada Guasch Jordan, Maria Jose Gome Reina, Amelia Lopez-Ladron Garcia, Antonio Arrivi Garcia-Ramos, Andres Cervantes, Carlos Fernandez Martos, Eugenio Marcuello Gaspar, Ines Cabezas Montero, Pilar Escudero Emperador, Ana Leon Carbonero, Manuel Gallen Castillo, Teresa Garcia Garcia, Jose Garcia Lopez, Encarnacion Gonzalez Flores, Monica Guillot Morales, Marta Llanos Mu?oz, Ana L?pez Mart?n, Joan Maurel, Juan Carlos Camara, Rosario Due?as Garcia, Mercedes Salgado, Isabel Hernandez Busquier, Teresa Checa Ruiz, Adelaida Lacasta Mu?oa, Miquel Nogue Aliguer, Amalia Velasco Ortiz de Taranco, Miguel Mendez Ure?a, Ferran Losa Gaspa, Jose Juan Ponce, Carlos Bosch Roig, Pedro Valero Jimenez, Antonio Galan Brotons, Santiago Albiol Rodriguez, Jose Ales Martinez, Liliana Canosa Ruiz, Margarita Centelles Ruiz, John Bridgewater, Rob Glynne-Jones, Saad Tahir, Tamas Hickish, Jim Cassidy, Leslie Samuel. . 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On July 22, a blisteringly hot summer day in Washington, Lincoln called his Cabinet together and told them that he had reached a momentous decision. A President who customarily polled his Cabinet on all issues of public policy, and then deferred to their collective wisdom, he bluntly told them this time that he would entertain no opposition or debate on the main point. He had already made up his mind. Then he unfolded some hand-written papers and slowly read aloud a sketchily composed preliminary order freeing slaves in the rebellious states. No one present dissented. But Secretary of State Seward expressed a sensible concern. With the war going so badly, he worried, would not most Americans regard an emancipation announcement be as "a cry for help—our last shriek on the retreat?" Seward proposed postponing the Proclamation until the Union could win a victory on the battlefield. Reluctantly, Lincoln conceded the wisdom in Seward's suggestion. But he must have felt enormous frustration. His top commander in the East, General George B. McClellan, had just led his massive army in a lumbering, clumsy attempt to capture the Confederate capital of Richmond, only to be repulsed by a much smaller defending army. The humiliation had all but obscured the heartening news from the West, where a rising general, Ulysses S. Grant, had won a costly but convincing victory at the Battle of Shiloh.