of label and wash steps results in a very simple protocol, and these authors have described conditions for regeneration of the probe, thus minimizing the number of disposables.
Retrofit Kits (CORKs) at mid-plate ODP 1026-7 boreholes will be monitoring real-time changes in crustal temperature and pressure, in response to earthquakes, hydrothermal convection or plate strain.
de Grey, this damage "constitutes mammalian aging, and my work seeks to design the interventions necessary for its repair and/or obviation
This article develops and motivates a uniform analysis of the direct / inverse and obviation
marking (DIO-marking), based on the (extended) theory of linguistic empathy.
Their topics include an interpretive effect of head movement, northern Norwegian degree questions and the syntax of measurement, parallel phases in the high and low left periphery of Old Italian, and obviation
in subjunctive agreement clauses and their first-personal interpretation.
Sadly, Szonyi is right: most readers will need all this introduction; one hopes, however, that his work will contribute to the progressive obviation
The possibility that same-sex love and desire between and for radical women be understood in terms other than those of a transpersonal phantasmagoria of bodily-sacrificial ego-ideals, and that such love and desire may serve to oppose rather than (re)instantiate both fascism and patriarchy through exemplary obviation
of reificatory, indentitarian tendencies between and amongst such women, does not seem conceivable, much less desirable, within Hennessy's nonetheless important materialist feminist critique of contemporary lesbian cultural theory.
For Soviet social reformers, the sphere of daily life (byt in Russian) and in particular, the home, was the arena in which this fundamental restructuring of the society was thought through and materialized, from the obviation
of class antagonisms to the liberation of women.
These long-term observatories have been dubbed "CORKs" which is both an eponym and an acronym (Circulation Obviation
The authors' overall emphasis on ideal habits of nutrition, exercise, weight control, and smoking cessation are integral to the long-term obviation
of late effects in these young adults.
To Lazarus, the changing shape of government represents the most important element in the obviation
of the public trust doctrine.
Utilizing some categories similar to his, we shall examine first the traditional forms of rationality, then the seeming obviation
of rationality in certain forms of post-modernism, and, finally, the path marked out by the phronesis trajectory.
Woodlanders did not confine their aims and purposes to a limited collection of social, political, and economic thoughts, but they placed such slogans as disposal of alien forces, provision of security, obviation
of injustice, and fight with tyranny as their main lines of business.
Becker and UM Rosenstiel alumnus Andrew Fisher installed the sub-surface observatory technology known as CORK (Circulation Obviation
Retrofit Kit), which seals the sub-surface borehole for undisturbed observations of the natural hydrogeological state and microbial ecosystem inside Earth's crust.
opportunism and the obviation
of costly measures to protect against