fluctuating


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having unpredictable ups and downs

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Dense clouds of smoke or dust, visible through a powerful telescope on earth as little grey, fluctuating patches, spread through the clearness of the planet's atmos- phere and obscured its more familiar features.
Her affections had continually been fluctuating but never without an object.
For a bilaterally symmetrical trait, fluctuating asymmetry describes the occurrence of random departures from perfect symmetry that can favor either side of the trait (Palmer, 1996; M0ller and Swaddle, 1997).
Typically, insects develop faster, have greater fertility, and show increased survival when kept under fluctuating temperatures in natural conditions, with the maximum and minimum thermal conditions within the optimal range for the organism's development (Muller & Obermaier 2012).
THE EFFECTS OF FLUCTUATING INCUBATION TEMPERATURE ON THE SEX OF THE RED-EARED SLIDER, TRACHEMYS SCRIPTA.
The Federation of Economic Chambers (SSK), which is on Bogov's side, says that a small group of businessmen are trying to provoke a debate and put pressure on the National Bank to introduce a fluctuating rate of exchange as against the euro.
The Federation of Economic Chambers (SSK), says that a small group of businessmen are trying to provoke a debate and put pressure on the National Bank to introduce a fluctuating rate of exchange as against the euro.
In his closing speech at Parliament's fall session, Abdelaziz Ziari said: "Our development policy, with its legitimate ambitions, should not remain hostage to oil and its fluctuating prices on the international market.
The market has fallen off 50 percent since hurricanes Katrina and Rita, and is currently fluctuating within a relatively narrow range driven by short-term weather forecasts.
The animals were subjected to 6 constant temperatures of 18[degrees]C, 22[degrees]C, 25[degrees]C, 28[degrees]C, 31[degrees]C and 34[degrees]C and diel fluctuating temperatures of 22 [+ or -]2[degrees]C, 25 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C, 28 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C and 31 [+ or -] 2[degrees]C.
Fluctuating weight is usually the result of faddy diets which leave you bored and bound to fail.
Just below the thallium compound's threshold superconducting temperature of 90 kelvins, the scientists detected the telltale sign of the fluctuating magnetic pattern.
22 to an automatic fuel surcharge that will boost motor carrier revenue in times of wildly fluctuating fuel prices.
Lucent's new intelligent routing software will enable its all-optical switches to communicate with one another, instantly discover new switches and links as they are added to a network's topology and automatically redistribute wavelengths in response to fluctuating traffic demands and network resources.
Repeat audio grams demonstrated fluctuating sensorineural hearing loss in the affected ear.