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These techniques keep the volume of the gas bubble within the BC as small as possible at the beginning of a dive, while leaving just enough gas in the BC at first submersion to be able to compensate for the expected slow loss of diver weight as the dive progresses, as a result of gas used ( in practice, about 5 to 8 lbs.
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These techniques also tend to form the backbone of most undergraduate analytical chemistry educational labs.
These paints are good for watercolor techniques, airbrush application, or when smooth coverage is desired.
British architects Brenda and Robert Vale have said that, as of 2002, " It is quite possible in all parts of Australia to construct a ' house with no bills ', which would be comfortable without heating and cooling, which would make its own electricity, collect its own water and deal with its own waste ... These houses can be built now, using off-the-shelf techniques.
These techniques allowed for the discovery and detailed analysis of many molecules and metabolic pathways of the cell, such as glycolysis and the Krebs cycle ( citric acid cycle ).
These techniques rely on the properties of starches to create simpler mucilaginous saccharides during cooking, which causes the familiar thickening of sauces.
These critics said that the SF New Wave of the 1960s was much more innovative as far as narrative techniques and styles were concerned.
These styles are distinctive from one another due to factors such as available resources, climate, geography, history, cooking techniques and lifestyle.
These techniques include developments in optimal control in the 1950s and 1960s, followed by progress in stochastic, robust, adaptive and optimal control methods in the 1970s and 1980s.
These techniques primarily include the cueing, equalization, and audio mixing of two or more sound sources.
These techniques in some respects resemble modern knife fighting, but emphasized thrusting strokes almost exclusively, instead of slashes and cuts.
These days analog circuitry may use digital or even microprocessor techniques to improve performance.
These were constructed with the aid of compressed air caissons and hydraulic rams, both innovative techniques at the time.
These techniques, generally known as recombinant DNA technology, use DNA molecules from different sources, which are combined into one molecule to create a new set of genes.
These journeys could span large parts of Europe and were an unofficial way of communicating new methods and techniques, though by no means all journeymen made such travels-they were most common in Germany and Italy, and in other countries journeymen from small cities would often visit the capital.
These systems played a role in ending the guilds ' dominance, as trade secret methods were superseded by modern firms directly revealing their techniques, and counting on the state to enforce their legal monopoly.
These building techniques were enhanced and came into maturity at Great Zimbabwe, represented by the wall of the Great Enclosure.
These codes can be roughly subdivided into data compression ( source coding ) and error-correction ( channel coding ) techniques.
These groups are not especially interested in comedy, either as a technique or as an effect, but rather in expanding the improv genre so as to incorporate techniques and approaches that have long been a legitimate part of European theatre.
These factors include errors in job measurement techniques, acceptance and the justification of poor performance and lack of importance of individual performance.
These attack techniques are used to create suki in an opponent by initiating an attack, or strike boldly when your opponent has created a suki.
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These continuing pressures, social, economic and military, are doing much to keep China in a heightening state of tension.
These days it is considered basic among DJs in electronic dance music genres, and it is standard practice in clubs to keep the constant beat through the night, even if DJs change in the middle.
These light elements keep being spread too fast and too tightly in the Big Bang process ( see nucleosynthesis ) due to which they formed stable medium-sized atomic nuclei, like iron and nickel.
These requirements are meant to keep the game fair ( preventing switching the dice or making a " controlled shot ").
These attempts were felt necessary by many to both settle and define a doctrinal stance for the newly emerging denomination and to keep out error.
These concurrent actions should maintain the DB's consistency ( i. e., keep the DB from corruption ).
These micro-organisms keep pathogens in check by creating an environment toxic for themselves and other micro-organisms by producing acid or alcohol.
These acquisitions helped to keep the team in contention, and although they finished ten games behind the Braves, the Marlins captured the NL wild card.
These new shari ' a courts serve three functions ; namely, to pass rulings in both criminal and civil cases, to organize a militia capable of arresting criminals, and to keep convicted prisoners incarcerated.
These springs keep the water moving in a constant circular motion, giving it little chance to freeze over.
These methods also allow easy access and keep the secondary from dangling in the mud or snagging on the bottom, which is common when the secondary is left to hang at the end of the hose.
These groups are normally kept separate by territorial males, which round up female herds that enter their territories and keep out the bachelors.
These dogs must run regularly to keep in perfect health, combined with their characteristic tendence to sleep all the rest of the day.
These Confucian Analects citations of dao verbally meaning " to guide ; to lead " are: " The Master said, ' In guiding a state of a thousand chariots, approach your duties with reverence and be trustworthy in what you say " and " The Master said, ' Guide them by edicts, keep them in line with punishments, and the common people will stay out of trouble but will have no sense of shame.
These are all of the moving coil type, in order to keep mass, and thus access times, as low as possible.
These older styles of slave clocks either keep time by themselves, and are corrected by the master clock, or require impulses from the master clock to advance.
These small plots of land eased people ’ s existence considerably, as they now could be able to keep a cow and perhaps some sheep.