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These and displayed
`` These recent steps do not offer the possibility of extension to the great number of senior engineers who have displayed technical competence.
These return waves create the dicrotic notch displayed in the aortic pressure curve during the cardiac cycle as these reflected waves push on the aortic semilunar valve.
These people are displayed through the masks created by the Atka ’ s.
These gardens displayed a wide variety of flowers in a rather small space.
These collections of things are often highly organized, carefully cataloged, and attractively displayed.
These instructions displayed system information on the screen, ran memory checks, and then loaded an operating system from an external or peripheral device ( disk drive ).
These are also commonly found in most Filipino kitchens, with some sets displayed on the walls and other sets for more practical use.
These cartoon tributes raised over $ 50, 000 to benefit the 9 / 11 families. The art was featured and displayed in both nationally syndicated newspapers and museums across America, including the Newseum in Washington, DC, the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco and the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in New York City.
These sculptures, now known as the Elgin Marbles or the Parthenon Marbles, were sold in 1816 to the British Museum in London, where they are now displayed.
These are sophisticated ways of reducing the variation displayed by organisms to a manageable level.
These maps displayed “ monstrous races ” along the periphery to denote the separation between the settled ( Europe ) and the unknown.
These latter approaches permit joint scaling of persons and assessment items, which provides a basis for mapping of developmental continua by allowing descriptions of the skills displayed at various points along a continuum.
These tilings displayed instances of fivefold symmetry.
These works were displayed in Leeds, either in the University or the premises of the Leeds Arts Club, between 1913 and 1923.
These were often displayed in so-called wonder rooms or cabinets of curiosities.
These colors are often, but not always, displayed on the students school t-shirt.
These plants displayed a negative correlation in germination and growth in the presence of black rats.
These plaques, and those for subsequent Hall of Fame inductees, were displayed in the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville until 1967.
These arguments may be displayed within the special block.
These are displayed to the public in the main chamber of the National Archives, which is called the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom.
These items are displayed in the new Medieval & Renaissance galleries.
These accomplishments are proudly displayed on highly informative billboards along I-15.
These channels, although available only to subscribers with appropriate equipment, are listed in the on-screen electronic programme guides displayed by many Freeview receivers but may not be viewed.
These were passed electrically to the guns where they were displayed on repeater dials to the layers who ' matched pointers ' ( target data and the gun's actual data ) to lay the guns.

These and prolific
Although plentiful and prolific, currently only a few commercial lanternfish fisheries exist: These include limited operations off South Africa, in the sub-Antarctic, and in the Gulf of Oman.
These books, by two of the most prolific writers of Daria episodes, have comedic and satirical material based upon the show as aired, but ( apart from character guides in Diaries ) are not reference works.
These items formerly belonged to Charles Black, the most prolific counterfeiter in the Western Hemisphere.
These two works, together with other writings, influenced a number of Christian political activists and prolific writers, who proposed their own elaborations of the idea, developing specific answers to contemporary social, political and economic issues, on the basis of their understandings of Biblical Law.
These plants are often much more prolific than more traditional leaf vegetables, but exploitation of their rich nutrition is difficult, primarily because of their high fiber content.
These were the first stage of his prolific Chronicles, which appeared fortnightly from 1953 to 1979, interrupted only to accommodate his exploratory investigations across the globe.

These and habits
" These habits may have made him unpopular.
These categories form the basis for proper behaviour in matters such as courtesy and manners, interpersonal relations, generosity, personal habits and hygiene.
These movements may also be due to parafunctional habits or a malalignment of the jaw or dentition.
These cultivars have uniform growing requirements and habits resulting in greater yields on less land because planting, maintenance ( including pest control ) and harvesting can be standardized.
These should rarely be soiled once regular habits have been inculcated, especially during the night period in which it is most important to prevent habit formation
These cookies track the user across all of these sites, and gather information about their web surfing habits, keeping track of which sites they visit, and what they do when they are on these sites.
These cookies track the user across all of these sites, and gather information about their web surfing habits, keeping track of which sites they visit, and what they do when they are on these sites.
These three pursuits – gambling, womanising and the love of things and fashions foreign – would become, once inculcated in his adolescence, notorious habits of Fox ’ s later life.
These habits contributed to a serious weight gain for Crawford during the 1950s.
These provided for controversy and journalistic focus due to Kember's candid openness about his drug taking habits and his forthright views on recreational drug use.
These methods follow from the basic empiricist position that language acquisition basically results from habits formed by conditioning and drilling.
These included increasing relative buoyancy in soft sediments by developing spines on the shell, gaining the ability to swim, and in a few cases, adopting predatory habits.
These habits have historically caused the American Crow to be considered a nuisance.
These are both likely adaptations for its diurnal habits, and vision does appear to be the primary sense used to detect potential predators.
These devices gather the viewing habits of the home and transmit the information nightly to Nielsen through a " Home Unit " connected to a phone line.
These dainty birds are intermediate between " Old World warblers " and wrens in their structure and habits, moving restlessly through the foliage seeking insects.
These include ( but are not limited to ) the sensitivity to social behaviors and mannerisms ; for instance, acknowledging flamboyant body language, the tone of voice used by a person when speaking, overtly rejecting traditional gender roles, a person's occupation and grooming habits.
These are also plesiomorphic in habitus and habits.
These factors are often related to patients ' general health and their food intake habits.
These consumption habits also facilitate the option of working and earning less because annual spending is proportionally lower.
These include the habits and skills of critical inquiry, a tolerance for diverse points of view, an awareness of ambiguity, and a deep curiosity about the social, ethical, cultural, political, and natural world in which we live.
These samskaras create habits and mental models and those become our nature.
These habits persist despite a considerable share of prize money earned over the years, and a fortune inherited from his Catalan godfather in 1812.
These features, therefore, provide a useful resource for archaeologists who wish to study the diet and habits of past societies.

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