She also observes
that they were "the most stable element of the New Netherland working class and population.
Normally, mirror neurons fire when a person takes action or observes
the same action taken by others.
We may be extracting the one person who is the hazardous materials specialist out of a community, or the one person who has been involved with terrorism response over the course of the last two or three years," Bruegman observes
Memorial Day and Martin Luther King Day aren't in that group because Louisiana skips Memorial Day and observes
Martin Luther King Day every other year.
It then hastens to distinguish these interpretations from those held by "the Church as such" (49) and observes
that these interpretations "have been totally and definitively rejected by the Second Vatican Council" (49).
While these algae go by the name of Caulerpa taxifolia, they are triple the size of any other known members of the species, observes
Alexandre Meinesz, a Caulerpa expert at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis in France.
Alley, "For three decades now knowledge of the personal suffering of dissenters and of the human rights violations associated with the `school prayer' issue have been largely confined to court records.
For him, The Man Who is not a play but a "theatrical research," by which he seeks a "language of music and gestures that would enable an audience to watch a play in the way a doctor observes
Though the children exhibited no obvious symptoms of pesticide poisoning, they're nevertheless being exposed at levels sufficient to cause functional defects," observes
pediatrician Philip J.
What most scientists fail to realize, observes
sociologist Susan Carol Losh of Florida State University in Tallahassee, is how many people seriously misunderstand or consciously reject many of the basic precepts and findings of science.
And because visual examination cannot distinguish which CIS cells may develop into an invasive tumor, he observes
, "we therefore treat all of them as if they will.
Though scientists have hunted these structures for nearly 40 years, observes
chemist Irving R.
The research used a detector that observes
both hard X-rays and gamma rays, which Fishman manages in collaboration with William G.