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More and advanced
More importantly, several of the more advanced of the less developed countries have found through experience that they must plan their own complex investment programs for at least 5 years forward and tentatively for considerably more than that if they are to be sure that the various interdependent activities involved are all to take place in the proper sequence.
More advanced methods of locating objects in the sky include telescope mounts with setting circles, which assist with pointing telescopes to positions in the sky that are known to contain objects of interest, and GOTO telescopes, which are fully automated telescopes that are capable of locating objects on demand ( having first been calibrated ).
More advanced questions involve the topology of the curve and relations between the curves given by different equations.
More advanced simulations are starting to include baryons and study the formation of individual galaxies.
More advanced systems use inertial guidance, satellite navigation and terrain contour matching ( TERCOM ).
More advanced methods, such as ground freezing and the Sherbrooke block sampler, are superior, but even more expensive.
More advanced statistical methods employed by some I – O psychologists include logistic regression, multivariate analysis of variance, structural equation modeling, and hierarchical linear modeling ( HLM ; also known as multilevel modeling ).
More advanced dancers will take many cues from each other through this connection, with the Follower using it to communicate feedback to the Leader just as the Leader uses it to suggest moves to their partner.
More than a dozen advanced reactor designs are in various stages of development.
More recently, psychophysiologists have been equally, or potentially more, interested in the central nervous system, exploring cortical brain potentials such as the many types of event-related potentials ( ERPs ), brain waves, and utilizing advanced technology such as functional magnetic resonance imaging ( fMRI ), MRI, PET, MEG, and other neuroimagery techniques.
More advanced implementations may support more complicated operations, such as pull_lowest_priority_element, inspecting the first few highest-or lowest-priority elements ( peeking at the highest priority element can be made O ( 1 ) time in nearly all implementations ), clearing the queue, clearing subsets of the queue, performing a batch insert, merging two or more queues into one, incrementing priority of any element, etc.
More specifically, PCS refers to any of several types of wireless voice and / or wireless data communications systems, typically incorporating digital technology, providing services similar to advanced cellular mobile or paging services.
More advanced irons for use in electronics have a mechanism with a temperature sensor and method of temperature control to keep the tip temperature steady ; more power is available if a connection is large.
More advanced tagging systems incorporate special markers to indicate whether or not patients have been contaminated by hazardous materials, and also tear off strips for tracking the movement of patients through the process.
More advanced variable-opt methods were developed at Bell Labs in the late 1980s by David Johnson and his research team.
In a 2011 news story, BusinessWeek reported, " More than 200 million people globally are out of work, a record high, as almost two-thirds of advanced economies and half of developing countries are experiencing a slowdown in employment growth ".
More advanced techniques exist, such as reverse osmosis.
More modern EFP warhead versions, through the use of advanced initiation modes, can also produce long-rods ( stretched slugs ), multi-slugs and finned rod / slug projectiles.
More advanced and serious symptoms include seizures or convulsions, tremors, hallucinations, and memory problems.
More advanced solid rocket motors can not only be throttled but also be extinguished and then re-ignited by controlling the nozzle geometry or through the use of vent ports.
More recently an advanced engine design was studied under Project Timberwind, under the aegis of the Strategic Defense Initiative (" Star Wars "), which was later expanded into a larger design in the Space Thermal Nuclear Propulsion ( STNP ) program.
More advanced units will include internal monitors of the performance of the carrier in both directions and may have test pattern generation and monitor capabilities.
More advanced systems monitor the fibers within, or intrinsic to, the cables being protected to turn those cables into sensors, which detect intrusion attempts.
More advanced controllers can also query equally advanced devices to respond with their status.

More and production
More general results from the study were that precipitation and water use lead to above-ground primary production, solar radiation and temperature lead to belowground primary production ( roots ), and temperature and water lead to cool and warm season growth habit.
More total output and utility thereby results from specializing in production and trading than if each country produced its own high-tech and low-tech products.
More importantly, early next year the Pathé production unit down in the south of France in Nice made le Médecin du chateau ( The Physician of the Castle ), in which there are cuts back and forth between criminals threatening a doctor's wife and child, while the doctor himself drives home to rescue them after being warned by telephone.
" More immediately, though, he called for a massive build-up of U. S. arms production: " Every realist knows that the democratic way of life is at this moment being ' directly assailed in every part of the world … The need of the moment is that our actions and our policy should be devoted primarily — almost exclusively — to meeting this foreign peril.
More recently, many have begun to see " social capital " as a factor, as contributing to production of goods and services.
More of a " boy's club " than a production company, the four men gradually drifted apart and went their separate ways by 1923, at which time Hawks decided that he wanted to direct instead of produce.
Punchdrunk re-mounted the production, in a newly expanded version, at an abandoned school in Brookline, Massachusetts in October 2009 in association with the American Repertory Theatre, and again in 2011 in New York City in the McKittrick Hotel, as Sleep No More ( 2011 theatrical production ).
More breweries are also turning to older methods of production.
In 2005 the Abbey Theatre produced the play with an all male cast ; it also featured Wilde as a character – the play opens with him drinking in a Parisian café, dreaming of his play .. More recently the Melbourne Theatre Company staged a production in December 2011 with Geoffrey Rush playing Lady Bracknell.
More importantly the Central Bank hints at the root cause of the oil contraction: " the bank said it was due to falls in production, " operative problems ", maintenance stoppages and the channeling of diesel to run thermal generators during a power crisis.
More generally, other proponents argue that free trade — while not making wars impossible — will make wars, and restrictions on trade caused by wars, very costly for international companies with production, research, and sales in many different nations.
More recently, the ethnography of speaking has been renamed the " ethnography of communication " to reflect the broadening of focus from instances of language production to the ways in which communication ( including oral, written, broadcast, acts of receiving / listening ) is conventionalized in a given community of users.
More challengingly for the production team, some significant but unforeseen events require scenes to be rewritten and rerecorded at short notice, such as the death of Princess Margaret ( particularly poignant because she had appeared as herself on the programme ), the World Trade Center attacks, and the 2005 London bombings.
More precisely, a context-free grammar is in Greibach normal form, if all production rules are of the form:
Highlights of his career in modern theatre include the roles of Sir Thomas More in Robert Bolt's A Man for All Seasons ( 1960 ), Charles Dyer in Dyer's play Staircase, staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1966, the definitive Laurie in John Osborne's A Hotel in Amsterdam ( 1968 ), and Antonio Salieri in the original stage production of Peter Shaffer's Amadeus ( 1979 ).
More steel will be produced than would occur were the firm to have to pay for all of its costs of production.
More influential was Thomas Hanmer's 1744 argument that Bohemia is a printed error for Bithynia, an ancient nation in Asia Minor ; this theory was adopted in Charles Kean's influential 19th century production of the play, which featured a resplendent Bythinian court.
The original run starred Paul Scofield as Thomas More, as well as Keith Baxter as Henry VIII, George Rose as the Common Man, Leo McKern as the Common Man in the West End production and Thomas Cromwell in the Broadway show ( a role originated in London by Andrew Keir and later taken over by Thomas Gomez ), and Albert Dekker as the Duke of Norfolk.
More than 2000 communes, factories, and other enterprises organized such units, which would fight in their home areas, maintaining local defense production essential to the overall war effort.
More than 330 people from the town of Dewitt ( sic ) and surrounding communities are no longer employed by Newell Rubbermaid, which owns the company and chose to take Vise-Grip production overseas.
More recently, it has focused on cattle-and horse-feeding, " haying ", and still some dairy production.
More attention should be paid, it is argued, on intervention policies upstream, at the primary food production and processing stages, to influence nutritional quality and the structural determinants of food choice, including ; availability, accessibility and price.
More complex forms of reduction include the production of highly standardized blades, which can then be fashioned into a variety of tools such as scrapers, knives, sickles and microliths.

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