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a crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made

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b) There are equations (1) under condition (ii) having exactly one limit cycle surrounding either 1, 7 or 13 critical points, and equations (1) under condition (i) having exactly one hyperbolic limit cycle surrounding either 7 critical points if [p.
The critical point appears in the front part of the vehicle (41 s-44 s), where it is rather difficult to detect properly the vehicle's presence or absence in the parking space.
Some critical points would be storage, treatment and water flows out of taps and jets.
Interactity geometry programs make it possible to explore critical points of functions of one and many variables, in courses at carious levels and in research projects.
rational approximation, uniqueness, Hardy spaces, critical points
And according to Dana Milbank of The Washington Post, to whom I am indebted for these examples, he speaks of "the critical points of triangulation" and of "better information about the constituents of the supply chain.
Also, 17 additional connecting positions are planned at critical points in the process to allow the cameras to be re-positioned as required.
At critical points in a company's existence, it will need to raise capital--whether to make a strategic acquisition, invest in facilities and technology, create employee stock incentives or provide liquidity for shareholders.
Generally, the figures, diagrams, and drawings are well chosen, and the tables contain sufficient detail to demonstrate critical points.
Data on the percentages of critical points and examples, as well as number of extra points, which were recorded in student notes were collected for each set of student notes produced in each condition.
Charbonneau played a crucial role in the expedition, indeed, without him there would never have been Sacagawea and it is more than likely that without her the expedition would have been doomed to failure at several critical points.
The Battery Maritime Building offers, one of the critical points of access to the island, Carey said.
Six service points from Keller in game two and two critical points and a block in game three helped rally the East squad from a one-game deficit to beat the West 12-15, 15-8, 15-12.
Six Congresses have been held at critical points in the nation's history to focus attention on the evolving role of forests in our lives.
We feel a growing body of evidence indicates that for angiogenesis therapy in the heart to work optimally, the angiogenic agent must be a protein, and that this protein should be injected directly into the heart muscle, two critical points covered in our patent.