Admittedly, the quality of alt cert programs varies quite a bit.
Both present alt cert in general—and TFA in particular—as a problem, as a project that urgently needs fixing.
But many conventional doctors are also fed up and are jumping on the “alt med” bandwagon.
alt cert critics often argue that there are flaws in the methodology of some of these studies.
But for every stolen art cache that was found, from Merkers to alt Aussee, there are scores that remain undiscovered.
"I wonder what the craven loon will do with her when he gets her," said alt Pikker.
"You whistled the octave of B. in alt," remarked Edith appreciatively.
She could reach with ease F in alt, and showed to advantage in such operas as "Zauberflte."
But you suggest that alt and Schickel have been on bad terms?
In time, with great care, the majority of the notes will come back, but probably C in alt.
Alanine aminotransferase; an enzyme in serum and body tissues that catalyzes the transfer of amino acid groups from l-alanine to 2-ketoglutarate or the reverse, thus allowing nitrogen to be excreted or incorporated into other compounds.
/awlt/ 1. The alt modifier key on many keyboards, including the IBM PC. On some keyboards and operating systems, (but not the IBM PC) the alt key sets bit 7 of the character generated.
See bucky bits.
2. The "clover" or "Command" key on a Macintosh; use of this term usually reveals that the speaker hacked PCs before coming to the Mac (see also feature key). Some Mac hackers, confusingly, reserve "alt" for the Option key (and it is so labelled on some Mac II keyboards).
3. (Obsolete PDP-10; often "ALT") An alternate name for the ASCII ESC character (Escape, ASCII 27), after the keycap labelling on some older terminals; also "altmode" (/awlt'mohd/). This character was almost never pronounced "escape" on an ITS system, in TECO or under TOPS-10, always alt, as in "Type alt alt to end a TECO command" or "alt-U onto the system" (for "log onto the [ITS] system"). This usage probably arose because alt is easier to say.