(1) Collectively, its editorials, columns and Op-Eds have served mainly to reinforce, amplify and promote the Administration's case for regime change.(2) This workshop is designed for those photographers who already have a collection of images and who would like to further amplify and extend the expressive content of their work.(3) The endnotes are primarily scholarly citations of sources, while the footnotes amplify , explain, or illuminate details or side stories.(4) The researchers have even managed to demonstrate an ambipolar field effect transistor (a transistor commonly used to amplify a weak signal, such as a wireless signal) that works under ambient conditions.(5) People didn't know what they were for ages and ages and then suddenly, about 20 years ago people began to think, yeah, these cells are the cells which have a really important role in our hearing; they're the cells which amplify the sound.(6) Primers were designed to amplify this gene sequence specifically.(7) To begin with, I should reiterate and amplify my statement above that I was paying for this purchase with a credit card.(8) So he had no cause to amplify the statement that the ├ö├ç├┐essential factor in determining liability is whether the damage is of such a kind as the reasonable man should have foreseen├ö├ç├û.(9) Using perfectly composed shots to amplify an emotionally resonant story, the film successfully argues that ├ö├ç├┐artistic├ö├ç├û films do not have to be boring.(10) The one bit of cooperation they were unable to get was the right to amplify sound (apparently they don't want the serene nature of Time's Square polluted by noise), so we watched without commentary.(11) Terminology aside, it is clear that the capacity of social groups to amplify emotion could not exist were it not for the individual ability to take on board someone else's emotion and feel it in one's own heart.(12) Species-specific primers were developed to amplify the PBP gene region, and three individuals were sequenced directly from these PCR products.(13) Such new methods can serve to amplify and further detail the established concepts about the central regulation of gastrointestinal motility, but little or nothing about the more important peripheral control mechanisms.(14) We performed PCR on wild-type mouse genomic DNA to amplify sequences flanking transposon insertion sites for use as probes.(15) The casino scenes try to pick up and amplify various characters as the camera moves around and there are several occasions where the speakers can't keep up.(16) Then there is power for the witness to be able to amplify his statement.