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spreading by diffusion

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Summing up the problems, we may draw the following conclusions: road safety management has unsystematic nature; unified system of public management for road safety needs to be created; diffusiveness of public management between several executive authorities and local government is obvious.
Meteoric streaks in Falling Stars, 2010; a spider's handicraft in Web Ladder, 2010; a stretch of cosmos in Dark Galaxy, 2010: The diffusiveness and complexity of Celmins's themes pose particular challenges to representation.
The Cultural Lives of Cause Lawyers is marred by unevenness in the quality of its essays, diffusiveness in the themes they address (despite a valiant attempt by the editors to herd the essays into three parts), and a predilection for academic jargon.
Variability is omnipresent in the process which dictates values diffusiveness of monitored quality sign.
Underworld portrays a world haunted by massive systems of power whose ubiquity, diffusiveness and almost invisible menace seem to acquire a virtually preternatural and spectral potency.
These approaches highlight the diffusiveness of power, and each aims to bring into view types of knowledge that are often marginalized in policy research.
Brock and Shute (2001) came to conclusion that the most important sources of stress for 57 mothers of children with SLD are some characteristics of their children, such as moodiness, unadaptiveness, diffusiveness and hyperactivity.
The cooling rate depends upon many characteristics (texture, compositions, specific heat and heat diffusiveness of the clay) (Gomes, 2003).
As Publius explained in Number 17, "It is a known fact in human nature that its affections are commonly weak in proportion to the distance or diffusiveness of the object.
Furthermore, the Cochrane review estimated that screening increases the number of mastectomies by 20% and that in some cases mammography leads to unnecessary treatments because it identifies lesions that because of their slow growth or diffusiveness never would have become life threatening if left alone.
Furthermore, the review estimated that screening increases the number of mastectomies by 20%, and noted that in some cases mammography leads to unnecessary treatments, because it identifies lesions that because of their slow growth or diffusiveness never would have become life threatening if left alone.
Whereas Plotinus attempts to explain the generation of the second hypostasis by a general proposition about the diffusiveness of the Good, Victorinus appeals to the specific nature of the Father's self-directed activity.
Notwithstanding the importance of this diffusiveness in many aspects of daily life, in contrast with the clear ideological differences between the movements, Levinthal's popularity is no less important.
So, for instance, when he asks us to move up from the fifth illumination, our knowledge of God as One, to the sixth illumination, our knowledge of God as Good, he contrasts the two by reciting several pairs of contrasting adjectives that could be applied to God's diffusiveness (creativity): "Actualis et intrinseca, substantialis et hypostatica, naturalis et voluntaria, liberalis et necessaria, indeficiens et perfecta.
It is in this discussion, I think, that Pommersheim himself runs into an essentially insoluble dilemma -- not one of difference, but of diffusiveness.