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Another approach is to estimate from the rate of growth and the smallest size at maturity.
Another classification system is based on biological activity ; in this classification, antibacterials are divided into two broad groups according to their biological effect on microorganisms: bactericidal agents kill bacteria, and bacteriostatic agents slow down or stall bacterial growth.
Another example is that body symmetry is an important aspect of physical attractiveness which may be due to this indicating good health during body growth.
Another view is that clay pebbles are best not re-used even when they are cleaned, due to root growth that may enter the medium.
Another possible factor in the bird's extinction was the decline in mussels and other shellfish on which they are believed to have fed in their winter quarters, due to growth of population and industry on the Eastern Seaboard.
Another mythical personage of the name of Persephione is called a daughter of Minyas and the mother of Chloris, a nymph of spring, flower and new growth.
Another study confirmed this number, finding that per capita tax revenues had grown almost sixfold over the eighteenth century, but that steady economic growth had made the real burden on each individual only double over this period before the industrial revolution.
Another source of pollution are PM10 and PM2. 5 inhaled particulate matter and NO2 gases resulting from rapid growth in the construction of new buildings and expanding road infrastructure.
Another incentive is that implementation of federal programs at the state level would in principle limit the growth of the national bureaucracy.
Another direct approach is the isolation of the virus and its growth in cell culture using blood plasma ; this can take one to four weeks.
Another 5, 000 years of dormancy followed, only to be upset by the beginning of the Swift Creek eruptive period, typified by pyroclastic flows, dome growth and blanketing of the countryside with tephra.
Another issue in the Election of 1880 was Chinese immigration ; those in the West, particularly California, were opposed to Chinese immigration, considered antithetical to normal economic growth in that region.
Another estimate of the rapid growth in people referring to themselves as Buryat is based on the clan list names paying tribute in the form of a sable-skin tax.
Another possibility is that tissue migration enables faster growth and larger size, which increases reproductive capacity.
Another is The American Chestnut Foundation, which is backcrossing blight-resistant American chestnut X Chinese chestnut hybrids to American parents, to recover the American growth characteristics and genetic makeup, and then finally intercrossing the advanced generations to breed consistently for blight resistance.
Another way to express the same idea is in per capita ( or per worker ) terms in which we subtract off the growth rate of labor force from both sides:
Another key division within ASL is the Department of Student Success, which provides educationally purposeful programs, events, services and activities that promote academic, personal and professional growth within and beyond the classroom.
" Another segment of the population would like to see less government and less restrictions on growth and development for the growth of business and the economy.
Another factor in the growth of the town was due to the rise in airline industry.
Another spurt of growth occurred from 1900-1912 when the Hebron Opera House was built.
Another major factor in the growth of Claremore was an area known as " Radium Town ".
Another part of Mechanicsburg's growth occurred when the Naval Support Activity was built on of land in Hampden Township, Pennsylvania.
Another example of a multi-trophic interaction is a trophic cascade, in which predators help to increase plant growth and prevent overgrazing by suppressing herbivores.

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Another powerful factor in the European movement was the threat of Soviet aggression.
Another factor that may hold hope is for parallel recognition is, as one man says it: `` that the fad for educating top people along managerial lines is yielding to the technically trained approach ''.
Another factor must have been the eventual disposal of Willis' fortune ; ;
Another example is the formation of hypusine in the translation initiation factor EIF5A, through modification of a lysine residue.
Another contributing factor is the ability of an element to catenate.
Another such factor is better nutrition, as well as training and training facilities / equipment which can work with ( or without ) steroids to produce a more potent ballplayer and further enhance his skills.
Another factor influencing the biotechnology sector's success is improved intellectual property rights legislation — and enforcement — worldwide, as well as strengthened demand for medical and pharmaceutical products to cope with an ageing, and ailing, U. S. population.
Another important factor behind Costa Rica's poverty was the lack of a significant indigenous population available for forced labor, which meant that most of the Costa Rican settlers had to work on their own land, preventing the establishment of large haciendas.
Another factor related to the number of Senate seats is that a constitutional amendment in the early 20th century mandated that no province can have fewer Members of Parliament than it has senators.
Another factor in addition to the packing shape and surface area that affects the performance of random or structured packing is the liquid and vapor distribution entering the packed bed.
Another factor was Ned Harkness, who was hired as coach in 1970 and was promoted to general manager midway through the season.
Another factor in its establishment was its location on the trade route from Holland to Liège.
Another factor inhibiting Chinese investment was the instability caused by friction between the government and the Military, he surmised, and the Fijian embassy in Beijing was continually engaged in damage control.
Another factor on early ARPANET mailing lists was netiquette, wherein people asking questions typically " promised to ' summarize ' received answers.
Another factor is that the emission of fluorescence frequently leaves a fluorophore in the highest vibrational level of the ground state.
Another important factor of common development of graph theory and topology came from the use of the techniques of modern algebra.
Another important factor was probably the Tsarina's German-Protestant origin: she was definitely highly fascinated by her new Orthodox outlook — the Orthodox religion puts a great deal of faith in the healing powers of prayer.
Another factor was the findings of the Palliser Expedition of 1857 to 1860, led by Captain John Palliser.
Another factor, more recently pointed out, was the way in which Christianity combined its promise of a general resurrection of the dead with the traditional Greek belief that true immortality depended on the survival of the body, with Christianity adding practical explanations of how this was going to actually happen at the end of the world.
Another factor in human evolution that also occurred in the prehistoric past was a preferential selection for neoteny, particularly in females.
Another factor in the early 1990s that worked to radicalize the Islamist movement was the Gulf War, which brought several hundred thousand US and allied non-Muslim military personnel to Saudi Arabian soil to put an end to Saddam Hussein's occupation of Kuwait.
Another factor was that the 8088 allowed the computer to be based on a modified 8085 design, as it could easily interface with most nMOS chips with 8-bit databuses, i. e. existing and mature, and therefore economical, components.
) Another factor that contributed to Brahms's perfectionism was that Schumann had announced early on that Brahms was to become the next great composer like Beethoven, a prediction that Brahms was determined to live up to.
Another factor that aided Ribbentrop's rise was Hitler's distrust of, and disdain for, Germany's professional diplomats.

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