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infix

a shortened allomorph of the monoclonal antibody affix -lim-, used before the affixes -xi- and -zu- for ease of pronunciation

name

surname of korean origin, a variant of lee and rhee (hanja: 李; hangul: 이 & 리)

noun

the korean mile, a traditional unit of distance equivalent to about 393m.

a traditional chinese unit of weight, equal to one-thousandth of a liang, or fifty milligrams.

a meaningful ceremony or ritual; etiquette, behaviour.

an ancient chinese cauldron having three hollow legs.

in solfège, the raised sixth note of a major scale (the note a-sharp in the fixed-do system).

symbol

logarithmic integral function

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  • looking a bit deeper, li attributes these upward movements to both demand and supply factors operating over the long run. on the demand side, she points to technological innovation at the workplace, tuition and fee hikes due to cuts in government funding for higher education, and deteriorating household finances (especially during the recession) as the primary reasons for increased borrowing. the key supply factor, li explains, is the growing role of the federal government in the student loan market, a role that has involved a gradual withdrawal of subsidies to private lenders and a replacement of loan guarantees with direct and cheaper loans to prospective borrowers. as of 2011, lending by the federal government accounted for 90 percent of the market. bls.gov

  • prevention of neural tube defects with folic acid in china. china–u.s. collaborative project for neural tube defect prevention n engl j med. december 1999;341(20):1485−1490. berry rj, li z, erickson jd, li s, moore ca, want h, mulinare j, zhao p, wong ly, gindler j, hong sx, correa a, hao l, gunter e. [read articleexternal icon] cdc.gov

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  • oss had a difficult time winning authority or access to prosecute operations in china. the nationalist regime in chungking was a government in name only; generalissimo chiang kai-shek was more china’s most powerful warlord than its national leader. he was fighting a war on two fronts—against the japanese invaders on one side and against the chinese communists under mao zedong on the other. his secret police and intelligence chief, tai li, wanted american aid but had no intention of allowing americans to operate independently on chinese soil. american efforts to assist chiang against the japanese thus had to navigate a labyrinth of feuds and jealousies in chungking before any implementation. complicating matters still further, tai li demanded that american intelligence operations in china be run—wherever possible—by the office of capt. milton e. miles, the commander of an unorthodox us navy liaison unit. cia.gov

  • in medical school and throughout his medical training, there was zero education about nutrition, says william li, md, a physician, scientist, and the president and medical director of the nonprofit organization the angiogenesis foundation in boston. dr. li recalls patients in their fifties, sixties, and seventies who had failing health and chronic diseases like heart disease, diabetes, and cancer who were once athletes and soldiers at the peak of health when they were younger. why were they ill now? everydayhealth.com

  • li po is considered the greatest poet of the tang dynasty, china’s “middle period,” during which literature flourished. his poetry is often associated with the moon and wine, two of his pet subjects; his best-known poem is called “drinking alone under the moon.” however, li po’s imagery was inspired by the breadth of nature and a variety of landscapes, both real and imaginary. about 1,100 of his poems remain. many westerners were introduced to the poetry of li po through ezra pound’s translations. factmonster.com

  • seksyon 1557 dekrete ke li ilegal pou nenpòt ki founisè sante, kit se lopital oswa doktè, depi lap resevwa lajan nan men gouvènman federal, pou li ta refize trete yon moun-oswa fè zak discriminasyon kont yon moun-baze sou ras li, koulè li, nasyonalite li, sèks li, laj li, ou byen andicap.  seksyon 1557 ekzije menm bagay pou konpayi asirans resevwa lajan federal; pami tout sa yo entèdi yo, yo pa gen dwa eksli oswa bay move tretman a moun baze sou tout sa seksyon an intèdi yo.  sou baz règleman sa a, seksyon 1557 valab menm jan an pou "health insurance marketplace"asirans sante marketplace ak progwam sante department of health and human services (hhs, depatman sante ak sevis moun) administre. hhs.gov

  • li po is considered the greatest poet of the tang dynasty, china’s “middle period,” during which literature flourished. his poetry is often associated with the moon and wine, two of his pet subjects; his best-known poem is called “drinking alone under the moon.” however, li po’s imagery was inspired by the breadth of nature and a variety of landscapes, both real and imaginary. about 1,100 of his poems remain. many westerners were introduced to the poetry of li po through ezra pound’s translations. infoplease.com

  • the ghost bride db77227 14 hours 1 minute by yangsze choo read by jennifer hubbard malaysia, 1893. li lan’s family has fallen on hard times. when the prosperous lim family asks li lan to marry the deceased lim tian, believing it will placate his ghost, she sees a way to provide for herself. but as li lan begins conversing with the dead, she uncovers dangerous secrets. 2013. loc.gov

  • dr. li is a professor of medicine at college of medicine, mayo clinic. he's a past director of the american academy of allergy, asthma & immunology, the american board of allergy and immunology, and the american board of internal medicine. he's a fellow in the american college of allergy, asthma & immunology. mayoclinic.org

  • teng, w., shan, z., teng, x., guan, h., li, y., teng, d., jin, y., yu, x., fan, c., chong, w., yang, f., dai, h., yu, y., li, j., chen, y., zhao, d., shi, x., hu, f., mao, j., gu, x., yang, r., tong, y., wang, w., gao, t., and li, c. effect of iodine intake on thyroid diseases in china. n engl.j med 6-29-2006;354(26):2783-2793. view abstract. medicinenet.com

  • li-fraumeni syndrome is associated with mutations in the tp53 gene. nearly three-quarters of families with li-fraumeni syndrome and about one-quarter with li-fraumeni-like syndrome have germline mutations in the tp53 gene. germline mutations are typically inherited and are present in essentially every cell in the body. tp53 is a tumor suppressor gene, which means that it normally helps control the growth and division of cells. mutations in this gene can allow cells to divide in an uncontrolled way and form tumors. other genetic and environmental factors are also likely to affect the risk of cancer in people with tp53 mutations. medlineplus.gov

  • on thursday morning (u.s. eastern time), chinese social media erupted with reports that li had died, which were quickly repeated by western media. but wuhan city central hospital, where li was being treated, put out a statement that li was in intensive care and "all effort to save him" was underway. medpagetoday.com

  • radiographic criteria known as the li-rads (liver imaging reporting and data system) are used to diagnosis hepatocellular carcinoma (hcc) with high sensitivity with key radiographic features, including presence of arterial hyperenhancement, pseudocapsule around the lesion, washout of contrast on delayed-phase imaging, and interval growth of the lesion from the prior scan (1). merckmanuals.com

  • a special thanks to mr. yanhong li (baidu) for his generous support of this project. we would like to thank drs. y. shimada (kyoto university), enmin li (medical college of shantou university) and dan su (zhejiang cancer hospital) for kindly providing cell lines. this study was also supported by funding from the national key r&d program of china (2016yfc1302100), the cams innovation fund for medical sciences (2016-i2m-1-001, 2019-i2m-1-003), the national natural science foundation of china (81490753, 81330063, 11971039), the fund of “san-ming” project of medicine in shenzhen (no. szsm201812088), and the guangdong basic and applied basic research foundation (2019b030302012). nih.gov