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a rank in the classification of organisms, below domain and above phylum; a taxon at that rank (e.g. the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom).

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  • in the manufacturing sector, establishments with japanese ownership accounted for the most employment (288,409). this was followed by germany (174,631), the united kingdom (161,563), canada (161,241) and switzerland (115,276). manufacturing jobs accounted for 43 percent of all employment in establishments with japanese ownership. although the united kingdom accounted for the highest level of overall employment in establishments with foreign ownership, manufacturing jobs represented only 18 percent of all employment in establishments with united kingdom ownership. bls.gov

  • europe received the highest number of emigrants per year (63,736), followed by asia (61,071), north and central america (52,512), south america (9,035), africa (6,796) and oceania (1,850). the five countries that received more than 10,000 emigrants per year are mexico (20,068), canada (11,241), germany (11,887), china (10,149), and the philippines (11,242). the united kingdom is the only other country that had close to 10,000 emigrants per year. census.gov

  • present day benin was the site of dahomey, a west african kingdom that rose to prominence in about 1600 and over the next two and a half centuries became a regional power, largely based on its slave trade. france began to control the coastal areas of dahomey in the second half of the 19th century; the entire kingdom was conquered by 1894. french dahomey achieved independence in 1960; it changed its name to the republic of benin in 1975. cia.gov

  • since 1996, when cjd was first reported, 209 cases in 11 countries have been identified. most victims — 168 — were from the united kingdom. although three people lived in the united states at the time they were diagnosed, their doctors think two were exposed in the united kingdom and one in saudi arabia. everydayhealth.com

  • linnaeus's model classified everything as either a plant (kingdom plantae) or animal (kingdom animalia), which was sufficient for that era. however, even linnaeus's followers struggled with the classification of fungi. most placed them in the plant kingdom because they appeared to have roots and certainly did not belong in the animal kingdom! as additional species were discovered, the two-kingdom classification gave way to other models. factmonster.com

  • alina petre is a registered dietitian specializing in sport nutrition and plant-based diets. she completed her nutrition undergrad in canada, received her master’s degree in the united kingdom, and currently calls the netherlands home. in her free time, alina loves exploring new corners of the world, especially if they include a good wave to surf or a local meal to bite into. healthline.com

  • let's go on to the united kingdom. the united kingdom i think has been very proactive in setting forth a defined strategy, the national health service information strategy. as you may know, they have had a coding system in the united kingdom called the reed(?) system, which has some similarities to snomed international. i'm not talking about the reference terminology so much as snomed per se, which is clinically specific code sets. hhs.gov

  • linnaeus's model classified everything as either a plant (kingdom plantae) or animal (kingdom animalia), which was sufficient for that era. however, even linnaeus's followers struggled with the classification of fungi. most placed them in the plant kingdom because they appeared to have roots and certainly did not belong in the animal kingdom! as additional species were discovered, the two-kingdom classification gave way to other models. infoplease.com

  • zombie apocalypse! db77211 13 hours 46 minutes by stephen jones read by joe peck stories, told in the form of various eyewitness accounts, describe the reemergence of an ancient plague that turns its victims into flesh-hungry ghouls. after the disease ravages the united kingdom, it spreads worldwide. violence and strong language. 2010. loc.gov

  • a randomized controlled study performed in the united kingdom and published in the american journal of respiratory and critical care medicine in 2017 compared patients who received talc administration via the pleural catheter with those receiving placebo. the study was performed to investigate the possible role of talc pleurodesis via the tunneled catheter administered in the outpatient setting. mayoclinic.org

  • according to the study, about 20 percent of kids aged 11 to 15 are considered to be obese in the united kingdom. researchers found 30 studies that surveyed teens in the united kingdom (aged 12 to 18) about weight issues. more than 1,400 children -- of all body sizes -- answered the surveys between 1997 and 2010. medicinenet.com

  • pprd has been estimated to occur in approximately 1 per million people in the united kingdom. the condition is thought to be more common in turkey and the middle east, although its prevalence in these regions is unknown. the condition in all regions is likely underdiagnosed because it is often misdiagnosed as juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. medlineplus.gov

  • rick: this was a very interesting study. it talks about using a smartphone application to try to predict how many individuals at a particular time are actually infected with covid virus. what they did was they evaluated over 2.6 million participants in the united kingdom and in the united states. the united kingdom was the test cohort and the united states was the validation cohort. medpagetoday.com

  • doctors may suspect vcjd in younger people who have typical symptoms and who have eaten processed beef in the united kingdom or in other countries where mad cow disease has occurred or where beef is imported from the united kingdom. they may suspect familial cjd when younger people have relatives with cjd. merckmanuals.com

  • since 2014, united kingdom production value of road freight transport fell by 1.6% year on year. with €27,754.8 million in 2019, the country was number 4 among other countries in production value of road freight transport. united kingdom is overtaken by germany, which was number 3 with €35,833.6 million and is followed by poland with €26,207.1 million. italy topped the ranking with €47,879.9 million in 2019, +0.4% compared to 2018. bosnia and herzegovina witnessed the best average annual growth at +10.2% per year, while united kingdom was the worst growing country at -1.6% per year. nationmaster.com

  • we gratefully acknowledge the members of the scientific advisory board: laurent abel, university paris descartes, paris, france; gail carson, isaric coordinating centre, university of oxford, oxford, united kingdom; gerry davies, university of liverpool, liverpool, united kingdom; béatrice godard, university of montreal, montreal, quebec, canada; anne kelly, london school of hygiene & tropical medicine, london, united kingdom; nathalie morgensztejn, agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé, paris, france; angélique ndjoyi mbiguino, faculté de médecine, université des sciences de la santé, libreville, gabon; caroline semaille, agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé, paris, france; michel van herp, msf belgique, brussels, belgium; yazdan yazdanpanah, assistance publique–hôpitaux de paris, paris, france. nih.gov