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One of the practical applications being researched in this area is medical imaging of the brain with magnetoencephalography ( MEG ).
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F.S.C. Northrop, in his discussion of The `` Functions And Future Of Poetry '', suggests this: `` One of the things which makes our lives drab and empty and which leaves us, at the end of the day, fatigued and deflated spiritually is the pressure of the taxing, practical, utilitarian concern of common-sense objects.
One effect of the spirited give-and-take of these discussions was to focus attention on practical applications and the necessity of being armed with the facts: knowledge of the destructive force of even the tiniest `` tactical '' atomic weapon would have a bearing on judgments as to the advisability of its use -- to defend Berlin, for example ; ;
One explanation for this silence is that such questions distract from activity that is practical to realizing enlightenment and bring about the danger of substituting the experience of liberation by conceptual understanding of the doctrine or by religious faith.
One important characteristic of many normative moral theories such as consequentialism is the ability to produce practical moral judgements.
One of the roles of computational complexity theory is to determine the practical limits on what computers can and cannot do.
One of the main anti-personnel features of napalm is that it sticks to human skin, with no practical method for removal of the burning substance.
One practical difference between dynamic and positive displacement pumps is their ability to operate under closed valve conditions.
One early ( 1984 ) experiment by Paul MacCready used practical aerodynamics to test the flight of Quetzalcoatlus.
In the third phase of his work, beginning after World War One, Steiner worked to establish various practical endeavors, including Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, and anthroposophical medicine.
One feature of this method is the use of Maimonides ' Mishneh Torah as a guide to Talmudic interpretation, as distinct from its use as a source of practical halakha.
One result of these experiments was to reinstate indigo dyeing as a practical industry and generally to renew the use of those vegetable dyes, like madder, which had been driven almost out of use by the anilines.
One could also limit the theoretical performance of a rather practical " ultimate laptop " with a mass of one kilogram and a volume of one litre.
The passengers, including " Zeph " the burro, that rode the Zephyr on the " Dawn-to-Dusk Dash " gather for a group photo in front of the train after arriving in Chicago on May 26, 1934. One interesting and enduring exhibit was the 1933 Homes of Tomorrow Exhibition that demonstrated modern home convenience and creative practical new building materials and techniques with twelve model homes sponsored by several corporations affiliated with home decor and construction.
One of the practical purposes of fasting or sawm during the month of Ramadan is to help one empathize with the hunger pangs of those less fortunate, to enhance sensitivity to the suffering of others and develop compassion for the poor and destitute.
One journal for librarians published a writer's opinion that " asking persons without cataloging experience to design automated catalogs ... is as practical as asking Raymond Burr to pole vault.
One of the most difficult operations of practical optics was to polish the spherical surfaces of large object glasses accurately.
One practical routing algorithm is to pick the pin farthest from the center of the board, then use a greedy algorithm to select the next-nearest pin with the same signal name.
One of the first practical and successful proposals for European cooperation came in 1951 with the European Coal and Steel Community.
One practical function of the ziggurats was a high place on which the priests could escape rising water that annually inundated lowlands and occasionally flooded for hundreds of miles, as for example the 1967 flood.
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One of the most gratifying applications of an important technique of submarine detection is in the exploration of the human body.
One of the most obvious applications of catalysis is the hydrogenation ( reaction with hydrogen gas ) of fats using nickel catalyst to produce margarine.
One of the key aims was to make the data independent of the logic of application programs, so that the same data could be made available to different applications.
One of the cases involves two men, Smith and Jones, who are awaiting the results of their applications for the same job.
One of the first applications of spatial analysis in epidemiology is the 1832 " Rapport sur la marche et les effets du choléra dans Paris et le département de la Seine ".
One of the first applications of key frame animation was the award-wining 1974 animated short film, Hunger.
One of the single largest applications for lubricants, in the form of motor oil, is protecting the internal combustion engines in motor vehicles and powered equipment.
One of the most important applications of MNT would be medical nanorobotics or nanomedicine, an area pioneered by Robert Freitas in numerous books and papers.
One of the more interesting applications of the MIPS architecture is its use in massive processor count supercomputers.
PL / I (" Programming Language One ", pronounced " pee-el-one ") is a procedural, imperative computer programming language designed for scientific, engineering, business and systems programming applications.
One of the useful applications of third order intercept point is as a rule-of-thumb measure to estimate nonlinear products.
One of the first robust applications was the Navy's Common Operational Modeling, Planning and Simulation Strategy ( COMPASS ).
One of its primary applications was usage in Technicolor's dye imbibition printing ( dye transfer ).
One of the most celebrated of the earliest agricultural applications developed by Lysenko was a process of increasing the success of wheat crops by soaking the grain and storing the wet seed in snow to refrigerate over the winter (" vernalization ").
One of the contrasts between the two men was that Newton was primarily a pioneer in mathematical analysis and its applications as well as optical experimentation, while Hooke was a creative experimenter of such great range, that it is not surprising to find that he left some of his ideas, such as those about gravitation, undeveloped.