malleability


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the property of being physically malleable

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Together, they say the work demonstrates the malleability and fallibility of memory, the human willingness to recall things that make sense or should have happened, even if they didn't.
Malleability of bedding is a major factor in the dispersal of air that is potentially harmful to sleeping infants, Kemp explains.
In conjunction with their product suite, implementing iRules allows F5 users to enhance the performance and malleability of their IP applications and IT environments.
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The report said that the cause of the problem is an issue called 'transaction malleability,' which involves someone changing the cryptographic code, used to create an ID for the exchange of funds, before it is recorded in the database of every transaction carried out in the currency, blockchain.
In its ambiguity, its cultural malleability, the owl becomes an emblem for Caccioppoli's painting itself: It corresponds with the conjunctions of form and content, contemporaneity and history, the literal and metaphoric that the painter attempts to address, while simultaneously representing the ultimate impossibility of their genuine intersection.
The material's surprising malleability suggests that some previously unknown mechanism for ductility may be at work, Shiflet says.
This discourse had a wonderful malleability that formed part of people's rich imagining of their world.
In "Puritans, Predestination and the Construction of Orthodoxy in Early Seventeenth-Century England," David Como demonstrates the malleability of orthodoxy by situating the process of puritan questioning of predestinarian orthodoxy in broader historical and theological contexts.
A central theme of the book is the malleability and diversity of slavery.
But that malleability can make them vulnerable to extreme behavior, cults or, under certain circumstances, deadly violence.
Based upon an Empirix implemented state-machine architecture that lends itself to flexibility and malleability to vendor requirements, call flows, media extensions and vendor interpretations of specifications, the Hammer FX is a functional test platform.
JSPL claimed that the premium quality ribbed Thermo Mechanically Treated Rebars have a higher degree of strength, ductility and malleability, yielding the best results for all constructions needs.
The research also demonstrates the malleability of the brain-that abilities thought to be stable late in life can change with even a small amount of experience and learning.
The malleability of meaning, however, is among Lorch-Miller's main stated interests.