We are focusing on the malleability
of the font," Jad continued, "which allows us to give the meaning of the object we are trying to depict.
Likewise, too much malleability
could play a role in inappropriate fear or anxiety.
The tract serves as a vehicle for illustrating the trial trope's malleability
in southern hands.
decreases and fusibility increases with an increase in carbon.
The clay medium not only ties the design to the earth, making the design part of the landscape rather than an object standing in it, but also provides a degree of malleability
at this early point in the process, accommodating the comments and observations of the client.
, known as synaptic plasticity, is believed to be the fundamental basis of memory, learning, and brain development.
For instance, it is an insight into both Fallon's influence - as well as O'Brien's malleability
- that the stable is sending powerful representatives to Chester for the first time this week.
Exploration of the malleability
of patriarchal theories and structures in the context of individual lives is a primary concern of her volume.
This particular clay was chosen because of the easy malleability
and air-drying properties.
2) Free-tissue transfers have since taken on a prominent role in a variety of head and neck reconstructions because of their high success rate, their malleability
in conforming to complex three-dimensional defects, their ease of harvest, and the length of the pedicle.
The cymbals are then rolled, cupped and dipped in a saline solution to create greater malleability
, hammered and lathed.
Everything at the concert, or more accurately rave, from the lighting to the sporadic MC-ing by Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, clearly revolved around the malleability
of the human brain once plied with mind-bending substances.
The ruling may offer a lesson in the malleability
of police restraint.
Teachers made up 12 percent of their ranks, and not one of the dozen or so that I spoke to doubted the malleability
Robert Borosage, for instance, was able to recycle the same line he used four years ago about Jesse Jackson's opportunism to present Clinton's as a virtue--an indication of openness, if not malleability