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The linear range of delectability that obeys Lambert Beer's Law is dependent on the compound analyzed and detector used.
We agreed to differ on the delectability (or otherwise) of preserved squid and ox tripe, both of which I'm sure had been cooked beautifully by the kitchen.
Let's just be thankful for the dawn of the entente nucleaire, and for the added bonus that it was sealed by a chanteuse of rare delectability - and I'm not talking about Gordon Brown.
Pairing with Caribbean cuisine or cheeses such as Gruyere, mild cheddar or provolone will increase the wine's delectability.
For example, the binding reagents used, the experimental conditions, and nonspecific binding are all crucial to the sensitivity of the immunoassay, in addition to the delectability of the label (9, 34).
If we, the female consumers, don't want it then we won't be buying it and, rather like a top chef who views the plates that are returned from the diner to the kitchens, so designers will see the delectability of their creations by how many fly off the hangers, and how many are left.
If this explanation is correct, it predicts that color will improve the delectability in any species with similar cone input rules to wavelength opponent and non-wavelength opponent neurons.