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For each phase of the project, the museum plans to invite one curator from the chosen region to New York for a two-year residency, where he or she will work with a team of Guggenheim staff to identify new artworks that reflect the range of talents in their areas.
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For a brief period each year, the rays of the sun are warm enough to melt some of the snows piled a mile deep at the base of the headwalls, and then the pinnacles glisten in the daytime at high noon, and billions of gallons of water begin their slow seepage under the glaciers and across the rockstrewn hanging valleys on their long, meandering journey to the sea -- running east past the sky-carving massifs of Gurla Mandhata and Kemchenjunga, then turning south and curling down through the jungles of Assam, past the Khasi Hills, and into Bengal, past Sirinjani and Madaripur, until the hard water of the melting snows mingles with the soft drainage of fields and at length fans out to meld with the teeming salt depths of the Bay of Bengal.
For centuries the North Atlantic nations dominated the world and as long as they did they could afford the luxury of fighting each other.
For instance -- what about all those people Harold Rhodes went toward unhesitatingly, as if this were the one moment they would ever have together, their one chance of knowing each other??
For each State ( except Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ) determine average per capita income based on the last three years.
( For each State, make all computations set forth in items 1 to 8 above, and then add the results obtained for each State in item 8.
For each State ( except the Virgin Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico, and, prior to 1962, Alaska and Hawaii ), determine the average per capita income for the last three years.
For the year 2000 this means servicing ( A ) the protection requirements of a watershed producing at least 200 million acre-feet of water each year, ( B ) recreation and wildlife resources used each year by 635 million visitors, ( C ) a timber resource supporting an annual cut of 21 billion board feet, and ( D ) 60 million acres of rangelands.
Moreland fixed us each another drink, and said, `` For God's sake, tell me something truly amusing ''.
For an experiment to qualify as a binomial experiment, it must have four properties: ( 1 ) there must be a fixed number of trials, ( 2 ) each trial must result in a `` success '' or a `` failure '' ( a binomial trial ), ( 3 ) all trials must have identical probabilities of success, ( 4 ) the trials must be independent of each other.
For each of these lines meets Q in three points, namely two points on **zg and one point on one of the multiple secants.
For purposes of sample selection only ( individual tests were given later ) we obtained group test scores of reading achievement and intelligence from school records of the entire third-grade population in each school system.
The Wechsler Intelligence Scale For Children was administered to each sample third-grade child by a clinical worker.
For example, one hebephrenic man used to annoy me, month after month, by saying, whenever I got up to leave and made my fairly steoreotyped comment that I would be seeing him on the following day, or whenever, `` You're welcome '', in a notably condescending fashion -- as though it were his due for me to thank him for the privilege of spending the hour with him, and he were thus pointing up my failure to utter a humbly grateful, `` thank you '' to him at the end of each session.
For easy viewing, the middle 2 beads on each wire ( the 5th and 6th bead ) usually are of a different colour from the other eight beads.
For each picture frame, the 6502 writes graphics commands for the DVG into a defined area of RAM ( the vector RAM ), and then asks the DVG to draw the corresponding vector image on the screen.
For example for any ( even infinite ) collection of pairs of shoes, one can pick out the left shoe from each pair to obtain an appropriate selection, but for an infinite collection of pairs of socks ( assumed to have no distinguishing features ), such a selection can be obtained only by invoking the axiom of choice.
For example, suppose that each member of the collection X is a nonempty subset of the natural numbers.
For any real number the absolute value or modulus of is denoted by ( a vertical bar on each side of the quantity ) and is defined as
For and phase
Later Helion wrote of this phase: `` For years I built for myself a subtle instrument of relationships -- colors and forms without a name.
( 3 ) For anionics, these micelles appear to be roughly spherical assemblages in which the hydrocarbon tails come together so that the polar groups ( the ionized ends ) face outward towards the aqueous continuous phase.
For adaptation to a water phase, prolactin is the required hormone, and for adaptation to the land phase, thyroxine.
For instance, iron changes from a body-centered cubic structure ( ferrite ) to a face-centered cubic structure ( austenite ) above 906 ° C, and tin undergoes a transformation known as tin pest from a metallic phase to a semiconductor phase below 13. 2 ° C.
For example, if a colloid consists of a solid phase dispersed in a liquid, the solid particles will not diffuse through a membrane, whereas with a true solution the dissolved ions or molecules will diffuse through a membrane.
For example, when liquid water starts freezing, the phase change begins with small ice crystals that grow until they fuse, forming a polycrystalline structure.
* Antiphase boundaries occur in ordered alloys: in this case, the crystallographic direction remains the same, but each side of the boundary has an opposite phase: For example, if the ordering is usually ABABABAB, an antiphase boundary takes the form of ABABBABA.
For example, varicella zoster virus causes chickenpox in the acute phase ; after recovery from chickenpox, the virus may remain dormant in nerve cells for many years, and later cause herpes zoster ( shingles ).
For example, humans, although being in a communicative phase, are not a communicative civilization ; we do not practice such activities as the purposeful and regular transmission of interstellar messages.
For a flow, the vector field Φ ( x ) is a linear function of the position in the phase space, that is,
For systems where the volume is preserved by the flow, Poincaré discovered the recurrence theorem: Assume the phase space has a finite Liouville volume and let F be a phase space volume-preserving map and A a subset of the phase space.
For example, proteins dissolve better in water than in oil, and so tend to form oil-in-water emulsions ( that is, they promote the dispersion of oil droplets throughout a continuous phase of water ).
The red dot overtakes two green dots when moving from the left to the right of the figure. New waves seem to emerge at the back of a wave group, grow in amplitude until they are at the center of the group, and vanish at the wave group front. For surface gravity waves, the water particle velocities are much smaller than the phase velocity, in most cases.
For waves traveling through three dimensions, such as light waves, sound waves, and matter waves, the formulas for phase and group velocity are generalized in a straightforward way:
For more advanced systems, during one phase of its working loop, the processor set its " internal state byte " on the data bus.
For platformist anarcho-communist Wayne Price " Today ’ s proposals for Parecon, in which workers are rewarded for the intensity and duration of their labor in a cooperative economy, would fit into Bakunin ’ s or Marx ’ s concept of a transitory, beginning, phase, of a free society ... Kropotkin rejected the two-phase approach of the Marxists and the anarchist-collectivists.
For some systems, a cubic ( also called viscous isotropic ) phase may exist between the hexagonal and lamellar phases, wherein spheres are formed that create a dense cubic lattice.
For instance, the concentrated protein solution that is extruded by a spider to generate silk is, in fact, a liquid crystal phase.
For instance, in certain ranges of concentration and molecular weight, DNA will form an achiral line hexatic phase.