(1) In each of 8 areas downwind and proximate to closed nuclear power plants, infant deaths declined in excess of national trends during the first 2 yr following shutdown.(2) The trailing end has a height greater than the maximum height of the disc space forming a flanged portion adapted to overlie a part of the anterior aspects of the vertebral bodies adjacent and proximate the disc space to be fused.(3) All of the men we interviewed lived in areas that are proximate to the U.S., with regular access to American media (TV, radio, magazines).(4) In that case a distance of one-and-a-half miles, which could have been covered in less than five minutes by car, was held to be sufficiently proximate to allow powers to prevent a breach of the peace to be used.(5) Japan's geostrategic location made it a vital link in a global chain of maritime power that depended critically on nuclear weapons to counter overwhelming Soviet proximate power in Europe.(6) So, its causal relationship with the primary negligence is very proximate and most immediate, in our submission.(7) In theatre your contact with your audience is immediate and proximate .(8) For a moment let us observe that instrumental music, when used in the public worship service, is for the immediate and proximate accompaniment of congregational singing.(9) One of the most useful distinctions to be drawn between the various causes of war is between ├ö├ç├┐immediate├ö├ç├û, proximate causes and ├ö├ç├┐underlying├ö├ç├û, more fundamental causes.(10) A duty of care will exist where there is a proximate relationship between the injured person and a person or an entity that should have foreseen the reasonable possibility of injury.(11) But first-timers would be better off hearing these songs in the context of their respective albums, where - in close proximation to music written in similar moods - they take on a different and richer hue.(12) For example, high parental care of male house finches is proximately linked to both elevated levels of prolactin (R. A. Duckworth et al. unpubl. manuscript), and a decreased level of testosterone.(13) Our presuppositions, as Collingwood showed in The Idea of History, are proximately philosophical and ultimately theological.(14) Where a disease of the assured actually causes the accident, it is held that the injury or death is proximately caused by the accident, not the disease, so that the exceptions clause does not operate and the insurer is liable.(15) While increased developmental instability may be proximately caused by external environment, the extent to which different traits respond to the environmental cues can have a genetic basis.(16) He declared his own position to be ├ö├ç├┐Constructive Idealism,├ö├ç├û derived from Kantian Idealism (though more proximately from British Idealism, especially the work of T.H. Green).