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The interrelationships between volume change behavior ( dilation, contraction, and consolidation ) and shearing behavior were all connected via the theory of plasticity using critical state soil mechanics by Roscoe, Schofield, and Wroth with the publication of " On the Yielding of Soils " in 1958.
On May 31, 1878, the contraction in the circulation was halted at $ 346, 681, 016-a level which would be maintained for almost 100 years afterwards.
On the other hand, length contraction would be an example of an apparent transformation, since the simultaneous positions of the endpoints in the moving frame must be calculated in addition to the initial Lorentz transformation.
On May 10th, following intensive media coverage, MAFF announced that the risk of contraction of disease at the farm had been re-assessed and downgraded.
On the television program Super Animal, a woman compared her pain from childbirth to her experience with Irukandji syndrome: " It's like when you're in labor, having a baby, and you've reached the peak of a contraction — that absolute peak — and you feel like you just can't do it anymore.
On the Lat Pulldown exercise the cadence is as follows: 3 seconds pulling down ( Positive movement ), followed by a 1 second pause & squeeze ( at full contraction ), followed by a 4 second return ( Negative movement ), followed by a 1 second rest.
On the floor is a lobate scarp that was formed as a result of contraction of the lava.
On the logic of theory change: Partial meet contraction and revision functions.
On contraction of the sheath, sheath subunits slide over each other and the tail shortens to 10-15 nm in length.
On the other hand, contraction and sound changes can increase the number of irregular verbs.
On the lumbar spine, unilateral contraction bends the trunk laterally, while bilateral contraction raises the trunk from its supine position.

On and these
On the downstream, or `` pavilion '', side these vaults give out onto terraces twice as wide as the bridge itself.
On these posts the gates swung open with a squeak and shut with a metallic clang.
On this issue, then, as on so many in these months, Steele and Swift took rigidly opposed points of view.
On the other side are the Celtic survivalists who have taken a tack divergent from both these schools of nineteenth century thought.
On these they feel they can rely.
On these excursions, Papa instructed him on man's chief end, which was his duty to God and his own salvation.
On April 30, ceremonies commemorating the departure of these volunteers will take place at 1:00 P.M. at the Dexter Training Grounds in Providence.
On the remainder of the clear channels, the dominant ( class 1 ) -- B stations are protected as described above, and the relatively small number of secondary ( class 2 ) ) stations permitted to operate on these channels at night are required to operate directionally and/or with reduced power so as to protect the class 1, stations.
On these generators let Af and Af be, respectively, the harmonic conjugates of Af and Af with respect to the two points in which the corresponding generator meets Aj.
On the economic front, the first priority of these countries is to mobilize a vastly increased volume of resources.
On these pillars rested that solid basis for life and thought which was soon to be manifested in the remarkably unlimited ken of the Iliad.
On these bonds, price rises since February 21 easily outnumber price declines.
Additional works by Alexander are preserved in Arabic translation, these include: On the Principles of the Universe, On Providence, and Against Galen on Motion.
On November 21, 1867, the House Judiciary Committee produced a bill of impeachment: it had a broad collection of complaints against him, but as stated, these were not thought to be easily provable under the Constitution, which required evidence " as treason, bribery or other high crimes and misdemeanors.
On the basis of these traditions, the churches in question often claim to have inherited specific authority, doctrines and / or practices on the authority of their founding apostle ( s ), which is understood to be continued by the bishops of the see ( seat ) or throne of the church that each founded and whose original leader he was.
On the varying strength of these two monsoons the rainfall of the district depends.
On these occasions the reliable and yet unimaginative tactics Charles was fond of were not sufficient, except on one occasion at Aspern-Essling, to defeat the unpredictable Corsican.
On Broadway, three people played all of these roles.
On these days almost all shops will remain closed.
In addition to these works on astronomical timekeeping, he also wrote De natura rerum, or On the Nature of Things, modelled in part after the work of the same title by Isidore of Seville.
On the right of these French and Bavarian positions, between Oberglauheim and Blenheim, Tallard deployed 64 French and Walloon squadrons ( 16 drawn from Marsin ) supported by nine French battalions standing near the Höchstädt road.
On the other hand, these accelerators have limited capabilities to probe into such high energy regimes.
On early keyboards without a key ( before the introduction of 101-key keyboards ) the Pause function was assigned to, and the Break function to ; these key-combinations still work with most programs, even on modern PCs with modern keyboards.

On and alternately
On 13 May 1992, Li Hongzhi gave his first public seminar on Falun Gong ( alternately called Falun Dafa ) in the northeastern city of Changchun.
On April 30, 2008, the team signed a three year deal with WGN Radio ( 720 AM ), with games airing alternately instead on WIND ( 560 AM ) in scheduling conflict situations during the baseball season due to the Cubs having contractual preference to air on WGN.
On the MUD Sojourn, which several creators of EverQuest played, " twink " was alternately used to refer to powerleveling and metagaming.
On Uranus, meanwhile, the extreme tilt of the planet's axis leads to the poles alternately pointing almost directly at the Sun.
On 22 November 1918, eleven days after the Armistice, he assumed command of Flagship Division 3, Battleship Force 1, Atlantic Fleet, flying his " flag " alternately in yachts and.
On the division of the West Saxon see in 703, Wiltshire was included in the diocese of Sherborne, but in 905 a separate diocese of Wilton was founded, the see being fixed alternately at Ramsbury, Wilton and Sonning in Berkshire.
On the recording, Dupree alternately revs the chainsaw's engine or uses the chain brake to slow the engine down to change the pitch.
On flowering plants the leaves are alternately arranged up the stem.
On the arms of the ' T ' are angled surfaces called pallets which alternately engage the teeth of the escapement's escape wheel.
On the Guardians ' homeworld, the Green Lanterns fought alternately against and alongside the L. E. G. I. O. N.

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