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not intense

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lower in rank or importance

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at a low level in rank or importance

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occurring at a relatively low altitude

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On Wednesday neuropathologist Dr Colin Smith said he had never come across a case where injuries of the kind suffered by Amelia had resulted from a low-level fall.
Workers in Amethi will reply to their (BJP's) low-level politics.
He added that in order to further reduce disturbance the areas where low flying operations have been arranged, as part of the exercise, day to day, routine low-level training flying by other units will be suspended.
Subsequently, the permitting authorizations for the facility have been expanded to include the processing, and storage of low-level and mixed low-level radioactive wastes and the disposal of certain types of exempt low-level radioactive wastes.
Low-level lead exposure in the prenatal and early preschool periods: intelligence prior to school entry.
Perhaps the reopening of the Barnwell facility to states outside the Southeastern Compact signifies a new era in low-level radioactive waste management: an era that views hosting radioactive waste in state-of-the art facilities as economic opportunity -- not environmental injustice.
John Gofman, professor of medical physics at the University of California in Berkeley, and author of the book, Radiation-Induced Cancer from Low-Level Exposure, began studying the risks of radon exposure in the 1950.
Knowing how the low-level jet is behaving "many make the difference between a tornado watch and a thunderstorm watch," says Rick D.
This dual configuration is ideal for complex embedded applications where developers need to combine high levels of functionality and productivity with access to low-level devices, deterministic response, and high throughput.
The effects of low-level exposure are less certain.
The permit application was submitted to the state under comprehensive regulatory legislation approved by the Texas Legislature last session to provide for the safe and permanent disposal of low-level radioactive waste generated by hospitals, research institutions, power plants and industrial activities.
The information in the report will be used as lawmakers consider legislation that would ban the dumping of low-level radioactive waste at landfills.
Because the new results challenge a belief held by many epidemiologists -- that low-level radiation does not cause cancer -- "there was certainly a lot of concern about the findings," he says.
Agility's support for thread processes means better ease-of-use for programmers and architects familiar with modern processors and avoids reliance upon low-level sc_methods.
Moreover, many of the "new morbidities" of childhood--intellectual impairments, behavioral problems, asthma, and preterm birth--are linked with remarkably low-level exposures to environmental pollutants [Wisborg et al.