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Under the sponsorship of the Office of Naval Research and the Advanced Research Projects Agency, a data center was established to gather and index all published information on atomic transition probabilities.
A wall-stabilized high-current arc source was constructed and used to study transition probabilities of atomic hydrogen and oxygen.
It was recognized years ago that the transition from daytime to nighttime propagation conditions, and vice versa, is not an instantaneous process, but takes place over periods of time from roughly 2 hours before sunset until about 2 hours after sunset, and again from roughly 2 hours before sunrise until some 2 hours after sunrise.
Palfrey was determined that his portion of the slaves be converted to wage laborers during the transition period before emancipation.
Upon ejection the kinetic energy of the Auger electron corresponds to the difference between the energy of the initial electronic transition and the ionization energy for the electron shell from which the Auger electron was ejected.
Observation of electron tracks independent of the frequency of the incident photon suggested a mechanism for electron ionization that was caused from an internal conversion of energy from a radiationless transition.
Further investigation and theoretical work showed that the effect was a radiationless effect more than an internal conversion effect by use of elementary quantum mechanics and transition rate and transition probability calculations.
* Telecom New Zealand — Operated an AMPS / TDMA network in New Zealand from 1987 until 2007 throughout the whole country and the network was renowned for its superb coverage, In 2000 Telecom announced that they would discontinue the AMPS network within 5 years ( 2005 ) to give customers an opportunity to transition to the CDMA2000 and later 1XRTT technologies that replaced it.
Telstra deployed a CDMA network, which did not suffer this limitation, and while the AMPS network was closed down at the end of 1999 in the major cities, the closure deadline was extended until the end of 2000 in rural areas to ease the transition to CDMA.
Chapters 17 to 27 describe the missionary labors of the sons of King Mosiah II who was the last king over the people of Nephi prior to the peaceful transition of the nation from a monarchy to a republican form of government.
WordPerfect itself was struggling with a late and troubled transition to Windows.
Bacardi's transition into an international brand was due mostly to Schueg's " business genius "; Schueg " branded Cuba as the home of rum, and Bacardi as the king of rums " and expanded overseas, first to Mexico ( 1931 ), then to Puerto Rico ( 1936 ), under the brand name Ron Bacardi.
He was also known as The Originator because of his key role in the transition from the blues to rock, influencing a host of acts, including Buddy Holly, Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones, The Velvet Underground, The Who, The Yardbirds, Eric Clapton, Elvis Presley, The Beatles, and George Michael, among others.
The transition from Miacidae to Carnivora was a general trend in the middle and late Eocene, with taxa from both North America and Eurasia involved.
With the transition from English law, which had common law crimes, to the new legal system under the U. S. Constitution, which prohibited ex post facto laws at both the federal and state level, the question was raised whether there could be common law crimes in the United States.
Ludwig van Beethoven is also sometimes regarded either as a Romantic composer or a composer who was part of the transition to the Romantic.
The Italian composer Domenico Scarlatti was an important figure in the transition from Baroque to Classical.
Another important break with the past was the radical overhaul of opera by Christoph Willibald Gluck, who cut away a great deal of the layering and improvisational ornament and focused on the points of modulation and transition.
The study of phase transition and the critical behavior of observables, known as critical phenomena, was a major field of interest in the 1960s.
President Aylwin served from 1990 to 1994, in what was considered a transition period.
It was especially important for preserving in its libraries manuscripts of Greek and Latin authors throughout a period when instability and disorder caused their mass-destruction in western Europe and north Africa: On the city's fall, thousands of these were brought by refugees to Italy, and played a key part in stimulating the Renaissance, and the transition to the modern world.
Their work was an important part of the transition from intuitive and geometric homology to axiomatic homology theory.
Carnivory was a natural transition from insectivory for medium and large tetrapods, requiring minimal adaptation ( in contrast, a complex set of adaptations was necessary for feeding on highly fibrous plant materials ).

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Azerbaijan is an economy that has completed its post-Soviet transition into a major oil based economy ( with the completion of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline ), from one where the state played the major role.
Finally, in 1740 the French astronomer Jacques Cassini, who is traditionally credited with the invention of year zero, completed the transition in his Tables astronomiques, simply labeling this year 0, which he placed at the end of Julian years labeled avant Jesus-Christ ( before Jesus Christ or BC ), and immediately before Julian years labeled après Jesus-Christ ( after Jesus Christ or AD ).
The Byzantine Emperors completed the transition from the idea of the Emperor as a semi-republican official to the Emperor as an absolute monarch.
After decades of turbulent politics bolstered by Marxist-Leninist rhetoric, and with the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Congolese gradually moderated their economic and political views to the point that, in 1992, Congo completed a transition to multi-party democracy.
Once completed, the transition will move all 19 Simon Fraser Clan teams into the NCAA.
In the United States, where analog shutdown was completed in 2009 for full-service broadcasters, a federal subsidy was offered for coupon-eligible converter boxes with deliberately-limited capability which would restore signals lost to digital transition.
" According to Rovi, Lana completed her transition after Speed Racer ( 2008 ).
This transition to the electric tram was completed on March 31, 1899.
Bono's legal transition was completed on May 8, 2010, when a California court granted his request for a gender and name change.
Drift can only rarely, and only for lower categories, have completed the transition to a new adaptive zone.
During this process, the temperature of the system will stay constant as heat is added: the system is in a " mixed-phase regime " in which some parts of the system have completed the transition and others have not.
Since independence Namibia has successfully completed the transition from white minority apartheid rule to a democratic society.
The 1905-1906 academic year was a year of transition ; the new University of the State of Florida was legally created, but operated on the campus of the old University of Florida in Lake City until the first buildings on the new campus in Gainesville were completed.
On October 30, 2009, Disney announced the resignation of Daniel Battsek as President of Miramax Films, effective when the transition from the studio in New York to Burbank was completed.
SDSU participates in athletics as a member of NCAA Division I, having completed transition from NCAA Division II by 2009.
The transition is unlikely to be completed before early 2006.
The Edinburgh Academy is now a co-educational day school, boarding having ceased and the transition to co-education having been completed in 2008.
By the mid -' 70s, Matchbox was again a force on the world market, having completed the transition and having even updated its line to include some fantasy vehicles.
The transition away from Malpensa and towards Rome-Fiumicino was completed by the end of March 2008.
* 698 – 806 MHz: Was auctioned in March 2008 ; bidders got full use after the transition to digital TV was completed on June 12, 2009 ( formerly UHF TV channels 52 – 69 )
During the period in which the British withdrawal was completed, Britain refused to share the administration of Palestine with a proposed UN transition regime, to allow the UN Palestine Commission to establish a presence in Palestine earlier than a fortnight before the end of the Mandate, to allow the creation of official Jewish and Arab militias or to assist in smoothly handing over territory or authority to any successor.
As a result of the merger, UBS exceeded CHF1 billion of assets for the first time and completed the transition of its operations to Zurich.
A secondary host or intermediate host is a host that harbors the parasite only for a short transition period, during which ( usually ) some developmental stage is completed.
The game also marked the end of the amateur era as the top teams completed their transition to professional organizations.

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