- 固執する、あくまでも～する(in,with, in doing)、やり通す。しつこく繰り返す。持続/存続する、消えずに残る、続く
- stay behind; "The smell stayed in the room"; "The hostility remained long after they made up" (同)remain, stay
- occurring at the time of death; "his last words"; "the last rites"
- a unit of capacity for grain equal to 80 bushels
- a unit of weight equal to 4,000 pounds
- the last or lowest in an ordering or series; "he was the last to leave"; "he finished an inglorious last"
- holding device shaped like a human foot that is used to fashion or repair shoes (同)shoemaker''s last, cobbler''s last
- a persons dying act; the final thing a person can do; "he breathed his last"
- persist for a specified period of time; "The bad weather lasted for three days" (同)endure
- the item at the end; "last, Ill discuss family values" (同)lastly, in_conclusion, finally
- lowest in rank or importance; "last prize"; "in last place" (同)last-place, lowest
- highest in extent or degree; "to the last measure of human endurance"; "whether they were accomplices in the last degree or a lesser one was...to be determined individually" (同)utmost
- coming after all others in time or space or degree or being the only one remaining; "the last time I saw Paris"; "the last day of the month"; "had the last word"; "waited until the last minute"; "he raised his voice in a last supreme call"; "the last game of the season"; "down to his last nickel"
- immediately past; "last Thursday"; "the last chapter we read"
- most unlikely or unsuitable; "the last person we would have suspected"; "the last man they would have chosen for the job"
- most_recently; "I saw him last in London"
- admit as valid; "The court sustained the motion"
- supply with necessities and support; "She alone sustained her family"; "The money will sustain our good cause"; "Theres little to earn and many to keep" (同)keep, maintain
- uninterrupted connection or union
- the property of a continuous and connected period of time (同)persistence
- a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot
- the period of time during which something continues (同)continuance
- the property of enduring or continuing in time (同)continuance
- continuance in time; "the ceremony was of short duration"; "he complained about the length of time required" (同)length
- never-ceasing; "the relentless beat of the drums" (同)relentless, unrelenting
- retained; not shed; "persistent leaves remain attached past maturity"; "the persistent gills of fishes" (同)lasting
- (困難・障害に屈せず)『あくまでも続ける』(『やり抜く』),がん張る,固執する / 『存続する』,生き残る
- 《the ~》(順序・時間について)『最後の』;(行為・でき事について)最後の / 最後に残った,後のない / 《時を表す語につけて》『すぐ前の』,この前の,昨…,先…;最近の,この,ここ / 『最新の』,最近の / 《the ~》『最も』(…)『しそうにない』,最も(…)でない《+『名』+『to』 do(『that節』『wh-節』)》 / 《the ~》(地位・評価・重要さなどが)最も劣る / (特に人生の)終末の / 《the ~》最大の,この上ない(utmost) / (lateの最上級) / (順序・時間が)『最後に』,いちばん遅く / 『この前に』,最近 / (講演・論文などで)最後に,終りに臨んで / 《the ~》『最後の人』(『物』) / 最近のもの,この前のもの / 『最後』,終り,臨終;(月・週の)終り
- (時間的に)『続く』,継続する / 〈物が〉『使用に耐える』,〈力・精力などが〉もつ / 〈物が〉足りる,なくならない / …‘の'『間をもちこたえる』,‘を'生き続ける / 〈物などが〉(ある期間の間)〈人〉‘の'必要を満たす
- …‘を'『持続する』,続けてする / 〈人〉‘を'『元気づける』 / 〈家族など〉‘を'『養う』 / 《文》(物が下から)…‘を'『支える』 / 〈損害・傷害など〉‘を'『受ける』,こうむる / 〈苦難など〉‘に'耐える,耐え抜く / (法的に)…‘を'認める / …‘を'立証する,確証する
- 〈U〉連続,断続,一貫性 / 〈U〉(映画・ラジオ・テレビの)コンテ,撮影(録音)用台本;〈C〉コンテに書かれた個々の指示
- (時間の)持続,存続,継続 / 存続期間,持続時間
- (…を)あくまでもやり抜くこと,(…における)ねばり強さ,がん張り;執ようさ《『+in+名(doing』)》 / (…が)永く続くこと,(…の)持続《+『of』+『名』)
- (反対・困難にもくじけず)『あくまでもやり抜く』,ねばり強い,執ような / いつまでも続く,持続する(lasting)
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- Relationship between hunger, adherence to antiretroviral therapy and plasma HIV RNA suppression among HIV-positive illicit drug users in a Canadian setting.
- Anema A, Kerr T, Milloy MJ, Feng C, Montaner JS, Wood E.Author information a British Columbia Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS , St. Paul's Hospital , Vancouver , BC , Canada.AbstractFood insecurity may be a barrier to achieving optimal HIV treatment-related outcomes among illicit drug users. This study therefore, aimed to assess the impact of severe food insecurity, or hunger, on plasma HIV RNA suppression among illicit drug users receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). A cross-sectional Multivariate logistic regression model was used to assess the potential relationship between hunger and plasma HIV RNA suppression. A sample of n = 406 adults was derived from a community-recruited open prospective cohort of HIV-positive illicit drug users, in Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), Canada. A total of 235 (63.7%) reported "being hungry and unable to afford enough food," and 241 (59.4%) had plasma HIV RNA < 50 copies/ml. In unadjusted analyses, self-reported hunger was associated with lower odds of plasma HIV RNA suppression (Odds Ratio = 0.59, 95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.39-0.90, p = 0.015). In multivariate analyses, this association was no longer significant after controlling for socio-demographic, behavioral, and clinical characteristics, including 95% adherence (Adjusted Odds Ratio [AOR] = 0.65, 95% CI: 0.37-1.10, p = 0.105). Multivariate models stratified by 95% adherence found that the direction and magnitude of this association was not significantly altered by the adherence level. Hunger was common among illicit drug users in this setting. Although, there was an association between hunger and lower likelihood of plasma HIV RNA suppression, this did not persist in adjusted analyses. Further research is warranted to understand the social-structural, policy, and physical factors shaping the HIV outcomes of illicit drug users.
- AIDS care.AIDS Care.2014 Apr;26(4):459-65. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2013.832724. Epub 2013 Sep 9.
- Food insecurity may be a barrier to achieving optimal HIV treatment-related outcomes among illicit drug users. This study therefore, aimed to assess the impact of severe food insecurity, or hunger, on plasma HIV RNA suppression among illicit drug users receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART). A cross
- PMID 24015838
- What do Spaniards read about the prudent use of anti-microbial agents and what do they really do?
- Mira JJ, Navarro I, Huttner B, Ortiz L, Pérez-Jover V, Ramón-Pardo P, Rodríguez-Marín J.Author information a Health Psychology Department , Universidad Miguel Hernández , Elche , Spain .AbstractObjectives: The prudent use of antibiotics (PUA) is promoted not only by public information campaigns, but also in the printed media and on websites. This study assesses the correspondence between PUA information in the Spanish printed media and on websites and the messages put out by national campaigns. Spaniards' use of antibiotics following the campaigns was also analysed. Methods: A two-phase descriptive study was carried out. First, antibiotics-related news in the Spanish printed media (January 2007-May 2009) and institutional and news media websites (March-May 2009) were systematically reviewed using a data collection tool. In addition, a telephone survey on antibiotics-related knowledge and behaviours was carried out with a random sample of 1526 people living in Spain who had recently received medical care. Results: In total, 29 news items containing nine different messages were identified. All the messages were similar to those promoted by the campaigns. The survey showed that even after the campaigns, relevant gaps in knowledge about the PUA persist, particularly among men (p = .005), those living in rural areas (p = .02) and the elderly (p < .001). Keeping left-over antibiotics was associated with ignorance about the association between antibiotic use and resistance (OR 3.1, 95% CI 2.3-4.2). Also, patients who ask their doctor about drug interactions are less likely to self-medicate (p = .04). Conclusions: The information reaching the Spanish public via the media seems to be similar to the messages transmitted by public information campaigns. Nevertheless, there appears to be considerable room for improvement. Promoting an active role in patients might reduce self-medication.
- Psychology, health & medicine.Psychol Health Med.2014 Apr;19(2):201-10. doi: 10.1080/13548506.2013.793370. Epub 2013 May 10.
- Objectives: The prudent use of antibiotics (PUA) is promoted not only by public information campaigns, but also in the printed media and on websites. This study assesses the correspondence between PUA information in the Spanish printed media and on websites and the messages put out by national campa
- PMID 23659654
- ChemNetworks: A complex network analysis tool for chemical systems.
- Ozkanlar A, Clark AE.Author information Department of Chemistry, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, 99164.AbstractMany intermolecular chemical interactions persist across length and timescales and can be considered to form a "network" or "graph." Obvious examples include the hydrogen bond networks formed by polar solvents such as water or alcohols. In fact, there are many similarities between intermolecular chemical networks like those formed by hydrogen bonding and the complex and distributed networks found in computer science. Contemporary network analyses are able to dissect the complex local and global changes that occur within the network over multiple time and length scales. This work discusses the ChemNetworks software, whose purpose is to process Cartesian coordinates of chemical systems into a network/graph formalism and apply topological network analyses that include network neighborhood, the determination of geodesic paths, the degree census, direct structural searches, and the distribution of defect states of network. These properties can help to understand the network patterns and organization that may influence physical properties and chemical reactivity. The focus of ChemNetworks is to quantitatively describe intermolecular chemical networks of entire systems at both the local and global levels and as a function of time. The code is highly general, capable of converting a wide variety of systems into a chemical network formalism, including complex solutions, liquid interfaces, or even self-assemblies. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
- Journal of computational chemistry.J Comput Chem.2014 Mar 5;35(6):495-505. doi: 10.1002/jcc.23506. Epub 2013 Dec 5.
- Many intermolecular chemical interactions persist across length and timescales and can be considered to form a "network" or "graph." Obvious examples include the hydrogen bond networks formed by polar solvents such as water or alcohols. In fact, there are many similarities between intermolecular che
- PMID 24311311
- Low rates of child testing for HIV persist in a high-risk area of East Africa.
- O'Donnell K, Yao J, Ostermann J, Thielman N, Reddy E, Whetten R, Maro V, Itemba D, Pence B, Dow D, Whetten K.Author information a Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research, Duke Global Health Institute , Duke University , Durham , NC , USA.AbstractChildren in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) are the least touched by recent successes in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV/AIDS globally. Early treatment is essential for a child's longer and higher quality of life; however, by 2011, only a small proportion of HIV-seropositive children in LMIC countries were receiving treatment, in part because of persisting low rates of diagnosis. This study of the prevalence and characteristics of children tested for HIV was embedded in the Coping with HIV/AIDS in Tanzania (CHAT) study in which HIV-seropositive and HIV-seronegative adults, and adults with unknown HIV status were asked about HIV testing for their children. Data were gathered from November 2009 to August 2010 during the scale-up of Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission and Early Infant Diagnosis programs in the region. Reports on 1776 children indicate that 31.7% of all children were reported to have been tested, including only 42.9% of children with an HIV-seropositive caregiver. In general, children more likely to be HIV tested were biological children of study participants, younger, of widowed adults, living in urban areas, and of HIV-seropositive parents/caregivers. Children belonging to the two indigenous tribes, Chagga and Pare, were more likely to be tested than those from other tribes. Rates of testing among children less than two years old were low, even for the HIV-seropositive caregiver group. The persistence of low testing rates is discussed in terms of the accessibility and acceptability of child testing in resource poor settings.
- AIDS care.AIDS Care.2014 Mar;26(3):326-31. doi: 10.1080/09540121.2013.819405. Epub 2013 Jul 22.
- Children in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) are the least touched by recent successes in the diagnosis and treatment of HIV/AIDS globally. Early treatment is essential for a child's longer and higher quality of life; however, by 2011, only a small proportion of HIV-seropositive children in L
- PMID 23875966
- An Error Correction Scheme through Time Redundancy for Enhancing Persistent Soft-Error Tolerance of CGRAs
- IMAGAWA Takashi,HIROMOTO Masayuki,OCHI Hiroyuki,SATO Takashi
- IEICE Transactions on Electronics E98.C(7), 741-750, 2015-07
- … Once a mismatch is found, the second run is terminated immediately to start the third run, under the assumption that the errors tend to persist in many applications, for selecting the correct result in the three runs. …
- NAID 120005623249
- 青果物卸売市場における仲卸業者・売買参加者の構造変化と市場行動 : 九州都市部のA市場を事例として
- 高山 和幸,森高 正博,福田 晋
- 農業市場研究 23(4), 30-36, 2015-03-31
- … Therefore, we conclude that an adverse effect for the fairness in the wholesale markets by recent amendment in the rules are not small and will persist in the future. …
- NAID 110009944765
- Edge States in a Thin Film of Disordered Topological Insulator
- Hattori Kiminori
- Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 84(4), 2015-03-03
- NAID 160000000673
- The Effects of the ASEAN Economic Community 2015 on Industries in Kitakyushu and Shimonoseki
- エリック D. ラムステッター,Archanun Kohpaiboon,Eric D. Ramstetter,Kohpaiboon Archanun
- AGI Working Paper Series 2015-04, 1-41, 2015-03
- … Second, although ASEAN has made efforts to promote economic integration among member economies and AEC2015 is another step in this direction, substantial barriers to intra-ASEAN transactions remain and will persist after AEC2015. …
- NAID 120005657619
- persist 【自動】 しつこく主張する、言い張る 〔困難であるにもかかわらず〕貫... - アルクがお届けする進化するオンライン英和・和英辞書データベース。一般的な単語や連語から、イディオム、専門用語、スラングまで幅広く収録。
- persistとは。意味や和訳。[自動詞]1 (反対・抗議などを排して)(…を)断固として貫く，(…に)固執する，固持する，あくまでやり抜く((in ...，in doing))persist in working for world peace世界平和のために断固として働き続けるpersist in one's belief ...
- Persist definition, to continue steadfastly or firmly in some state, purpose, course of action, or the like, especially in spite of opposition, remonstrance, etc.: to persist in working for world peace; to persist in unpopular political ...
- A 24-year^old woman is involved in an automobile accident and sustains a splenic laceration.
- this altered immune state allows the persistence of tachyzoites and gives rise to progressive focal destruction that results in organ failure(HIM.1306)
- continuity, duration, last, persist, persistent, sustain
- alcohol amnestic disorder