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The heat transfer to the anode in free burning arcs is enhanced by a hot gas jet flowing from the cathode towards the anode with velocities up Af.
Interestingly enough, the effect of the digitalis glycosides is inhibited by a high concentration of potassium in the incubation medium and is enhanced by the absence of potassium ( Wolff, 1960 ).
But even in relatively primitive laboratory animals such as the rat, sex activity closely identified with the hypothalamus and the visceral brain is enhanced by the neocortex.
* International Jazz Day, organized by UNESCO, first observed in 2012, " is intended to raise awareness in the international community of the virtues of jazz as an educational tool, and a force for peace, unity, dialogue and enhanced cooperation among people.
During the exercise of his duties he enhanced his reputation for humility by refusing to ride a horse — in accord with the dictates of the Dominican order — instead walking back and forth across his huge diocese.
' Before the 2003 invasion of Iraq Dr. Muayad Said described the structure before the filling of the reservoir: ' It has an octagonal body enhanced by alcoves, some of which are blind.
Some also claim it to be the oldest subway tunnel in the world, as it was built by the cut and cover method under a city street, specifically for the purposes of improved public safety, attaining grade separation and enhanced railway operations.
With the relaxation of the rule, in England at least, that anthems should be only in English, the repertoire has been greatly enhanced by the addition of many works from the Latin repertoire.
This perception was enhanced by the fact that the originator of the Big Bang theory, Monsignor Georges Lemaître, was a Roman Catholic priest.
The enhanced assembler's source program was then assembled by its predecessor's executable ( A1 ) into binary or decimal code to give A2, and the cycle repeated ( now with those enhancements available ), until the entire instruction set was coded, branch addresses were automatically calculated, and other conveniences ( such as conditional assembly, macros, optimisations, etc.
Many of the genetic characteristics associated with yield ( e. g., enhanced growth ) are controlled by a large number of genes, each of which has a minimal effect on the overall yield.
Because of this, is usually a more effective choice under these operating systems ; sensitivity for these two combinations can be enhanced by the CONFIG. SYS statement.
Another misconception, enhanced by Guderian's own account, that he was the sole creator of German tactical and operational methodology is also misleading.
The Achaemenid collection was enhanced with the addition of the Oxus Treasure in 1897, by acquisition from the German scholar Ernst Herzfeld, and then by the work of Sir Aurel Stein.
The technique is most effective in the early morning, given that ovulation and spawning are enhanced by light.
Simultaneously, the Shh signaling network is controlled by a negative feedback loop wherein the Gli transcription factors activate the enhanced transcription of a repressor ( Ptc ).
In 1978 the development was enhanced by the change from the large army rifle calibre to a small bore rifle, while the range to the target was reduced from 150 to 50 meters.
Economic growth can be enhanced by investment in capital, such as more or better machinery.
The passivation can be enhanced by short contact with oxidizing acids like nitric acid.
According to the American Bar Association, a lawyer that is a certified specialist has been recognized by an independent professional certifying organization as having an enhanced level of skill and expertise, as well as substantial involvement in an established legal specialty.
Aside from these core elements, a civilization is often marked by any combination of a number of secondary elements, including a developed transportation system, writing, standardized measurement, currency, contractual and tort-based legal systems, characteristic art and architecture, mathematics, enhanced scientific understanding, metallurgy, political structures, and organized religion.
Enclosure was aided by the greatly enhanced access provided by the construction of the first turnpike roads over the moor: the road between Ashburton and Two Bridges opened in around 1800, for instance.

enhanced and bribing
The path of the operator also grants the player additional tactical abilities that are not open to the enforcer, such as enhanced and regenerating health, the ability to call in the four-man hit squad twice as often, enhanced crew damage and health, ability to plant car bombs and make instant stealth kills, and reduced price on bribing the FBI.

enhanced and German
Large-scale European settlement of the region came in the mid-18th century via two primary waves: immigrants of Dutch, Scots-Irish and German descent moved from Pennsylvania and New Jersey seeking enhanced religious and political tolerance, while immigrants of English backgrounds came to the region from Virginia and the Cape Fear River Basin in Eastern North Carolina.
ffrr ( full frequency range recording ) was a spin-off devised by Arthur Haddy of British Decca's development during the Second World War of a high fidelity hydrophone capable of detecting and cataloging individual German submarines by each one's signature engine noise, and enabled a greatly enhanced frequency range ( high and low notes ) to be captured on recordings.
Whilst the reduction of the peacetime strength of the German army from 780, 000 ( 1913 ) to 100, 000 actually enhanced the quality of the Reichsheer ( only the best would be permitted to join the army ) the changing face of warfare meant that the smaller army was largely helpless without mechanised and aerial support, no matter how much effort was put into modernising infantry tactics.
Known as the ' Munroe effect ', this was developed upon further by the German scientist Egon Neumann, who found that lining the recess with metal enhanced the damage dealt even more.
The enhanced SZ42 machines were brought into substantial use from mid-1942 onwards for high-level communications between the German High Command in Berlin, and Army Commands throughout occupied Europe.
The club began a German tour, enhanced by Siniša Mihajlović from reigning Yugoslav champion Vojvodina ( who was then being paid one million Deutch marks, for that time this was a lot of money ) against the last DDR champion Dynamo Dresden.
Whatever interest Gutzkow's novel might have attracted from its own merits was enhanced by the action of the German federal diet, which condemned Gutzkow to three months ' imprisonment, decreed the suppression of all he had written or might yet write, and prohibited him from exercising the functions of editor within the German confederation.
The film's significance as a cultural artifact of German post-WWII introspection is enhanced by the fact that its haunting medieval-sounding score is written by Hans Werner Henze, the noted German modernist composer.
The Swedes used the new Dutch infantry tactics ( enhanced with improved cavalry tactics ) with much more success against the Imperialist forces than the German Protestants had done and so gained a number of important successes, turning the tide in the war.
She took the silver medal in the 400 m individual medley behind East German Petra Schneider, who later admitted that the victory was drug enhanced.
there, he discovered alternative fuel mixtures and procedures that greatly enhanced engine performance, and it is said that after changing to Ipatieff fuel mixtures, the RAF was able to best German planes that had outperformed the British previously.
The Catweasel is a family of enhanced floppy disk controllers from German company Individual Computers.
In the 1930s, Adolf Hitler enhanced the Russophobe stereotypes with his racial theory of subhumans, in part to rationalize and justify the German invasion of the Soviet Union and the atrocities committed against its populace.
Although the West German economic growth was more directly enhanced by the social market economy policies of Economics Minister Ludwig Erhard, most non-socialistically inclined West German voters gave Adenauer the credit for it.
The fortunes of the company were further enhanced by the decision of the Kansas Pacific to extend its line westward to Denver after receiving $ 6 million from German investors.
The two enhanced modes, PACTOR II and PACTOR III, are much faster but have been kept proprietary by the German company, SCS, that developed them.

enhanced and king
Because of the firm stand the king had taken, it also enhanced his popularity in the country.
The king enhanced its defences, and it was probably Edward who created the lake which surrounds the castle.
Simply joining Sheriff Rao out of boredom, Beelzebub lends his enhanced sight and demonic strength to fight against the tyrannous king.
This makes the queen very powerful, since she has the ability to administer mate without the assistance of any other pieces ( for instance, an enhanced queen on h6 mates a king on h8, since Kg8 would still leave the king in check ).
This appointment, which was an honour in itself, was still more enhanced by the eulogies bestowed on Ysambert in the letters patent which designated him, wherein the king praises his competence and station, his experiences in theology, controversial matters, and other sciences.

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