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These and data
These data are not of the precision obtainable by the methods previously mentioned, but the vast number of approximate values available will be useful in many areas.
These curves were derived by an analysis of extensive skywave measurement data.
These vehicles, with large sensitive areas, have collected data for long enough times to give reliable impact rates for the periods of exposure.
These extrapolated fluxes are about an order of magnitude less than the values from the satellite data and the figures in Whipple's table.
These are few and seemingly disjointed data, but they illustrate the important fact that fundamental alterations in conditioned reactions occur in a variety of states in which the hypothalamic balance has been altered by physiological experimentation, pharmacological action, or clinical processes.
These changes represent, in effect, a shift from ( 1 ) an administrative compilation of data obtained through procedures designed primarily to serve political and economic objectives to ( 2 ) a systematic sampling census of the whole African population.
These men -- for the most part educated in our `` best '' New England colleges, well established financially and socially in the community -- under kindly but insistent probing, reveal little or no objective or explicit criteria or data for their generalizations about the interests and attitudes of the people they claim to serve, or about the public responses that actually follow their occasional breach of a `` client-service relationship ''.
These poles and zone-lines, whilst inducing fluctuations in data density in the reconstructed datasets, which can prove problematic during post-analysis, are critical for determining information such as angular magnification, as the crystallographic relationships between features are typically well known.
These test cases must each be accompanied by test case input data or a formal description of the operational activities ( or both ) to be performed — intended to thoroughly exercise the specific case — and a formal description of the expected results.
These sources feature regular repetitive publication of series of data.
These detection methods simultaneously measure several hundred thousand sites throughout the genome, and when used in high-throughput to measure thousands of samples, generate terabytes of data per experiment.
These tests met with “ partial success ” in the gathering of data, and led, therefore, to a significant increase in research dollars in fiscal year 1962 to conduct additional research in these areas.
These data can be used to exclude possible alternatives ( such as neutron stars ).
These two equations can be differentiated and combined in various ways to produce the following data:
These are created and managed by individual Perl developers, and provide data feeds to each other in various ad-hoc ways.
These data are then matched to census records and the number of people missed can be estimated by considering the number missed in the census or survey but counted in the other.
These registers are then combined and brought up to the standard of a statistical register by comparing the data in different sources and ensuring the quality is sufficient for official statistics to be produced.
These areas do not overlap with constituency boundaries in order to get reliable data for election purposes as well.
These work by sending false synchronization data to the server.
" These data marts can eventually be integrated to create a comprehensive data warehouse.
These terms refer to the level of sophistication of a data warehouse:
; Integrated data warehouse: These data warehouses assemble data from different areas of business, so users can look up the information they need across other systems.

These and lead
These assumptions lead to an organization with one man at the top, six directly under him, six under each of these, and so on until there are six levels of personnel.
These roads converge at Pueblo Alto and from there lead north beyond the Canyon limits.
These oncolytic properties provided a promising link between CDV and lymphoma apoptosis which can lead to development of alternative treatment methods for both canine lymphoma and human non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
These effects can lead to significant lead leaching from brasses of comparatively low lead content.
These actions lead Constantinople to become a once again thriving capital of the Ottoman Empire.
These are usually ' temps ' ( temporary workers ) or consultants who, depending on the project and their experience, might be brought on to lead a task for which the skill-set did not exist within the company, or in the case of a temp, in the vernacular sense, to perform busy-work or an otherwise low-skilled repetitive task for which an employee is deemed too valuable to perform.
These changes may be made either by the same writer who made it, or more commonly by an author that has taken over the creative lead of a corporate owned show or publication.
" These sentences are interpreted by many Buddhists ( especially in the West ) as an injunction against supporting any legal measure which might lead to the death penalty.
These tools lead to increasingly dynamic, interactive maps that can be manipulated digitally.
These seizures are often prolonged, and may lead to status epilepticus, a medical emergency.
These aspects of the Federal Reserve System are the parts intended to prevent or minimize speculative asset bubbles, which ultimately lead to severe market corrections.
These people lead a life of misery and are denied the most basic of human rights: the right to food.
These lead naturally to the definition of C *- algebras and other operator algebras.
These smaller bore and gauge shotshells also require much less lead shot, further lessening the impact of the rapid rises seen in the price of lead shot.
These dreams are another factor which has lead some scholars to associate Imhotep with the Biblical figure of Joseph.
These ( and other ) critics have questioned how natural selection operating on individual organisms can lead to the evolution of planetary-scale homeostasis.
These therapy sessions lead to a " psychic affair " between Scott and Emma.
These behaviors may increase stress in personal relationships, lead to problems at work and increase the risk of altercations with law enforcement.
These can lead to possibly fatal or long term health problems for the infant.
These advances would lead Hector Berlioz to write a landmark book on instrumentation, which was the first systematic treatise on the use of instrumental sound as an expressive element of music.
These early investigations did not lead to the use of antibiotics to treat infection because they took place in obscure circumstances, and the idea that infections were caused by transmissible agents was not widely accepted at the time.

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