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Figure 19: Orthopedic Tools Market, Italy, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, Historic, 2005-2012 48
Because the cosmological constant would exist even in the absence of matter or radiation, dark energy might be an intrinsic property of space itself.
Figure 3: Laparoscopes Market, BRIC, Revenue ($m), Historic, USD Constant, 2005-2013 13
The new integration with Constant Contact will give our customers a valuable addition to our growing list of integrations," said Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack.
These so-called constants of nature include the speed of light in a vacuum and the masses of some elementary particles.
Also, when a constant pressure booster system is running, the motor runs at constant speed, generally 1750 or 3500 rpm.
0025 X 5 years), X must allocate the OID to each year based on the constant yield method described in Regs.
We expect to hear from the USDA in about two months, and in the interim, this chip manufacturer is running some of its own process tests, to check for durability under high temperature processing, determine dielectric constant and loss factors, and [look into] other issues related to manufacturing processes.
A more ubiquitous test method used in force-controlled instrumented indentation employs the use of a constant loading rate, or for a displacement-controlled system, a constant displacement rate.
Including the story of such managerial families lends Constant Turmoil a balanced quality and deepens the book's narrative of the contest for power in N ew England textiles.
When n = 0, equation 7 reduces to equation 4 that represents a constant strain deformation.
Constant has not been arrested; indeed, he has been protected by the U.
In curve C, for the Voigt element, the spring and dashpot being connected in parallel are both forced to move at a constant strain rate.
SAN FRANCISCO -- To celebrate Small Business Week (May 16-25, 2012), Constant Contact[R], Inc.
Table 1: Laryngoscopes Market, Cross Country Comparison, BRIC, Revenue ($m), USD Constant, 2005-2020 12