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Individuals within the Institute itself constantly pick apart each other's initiatives, including their leader's own infatuation with target zones.
But when chemists want to pick apart and quantify the various components of a complex mixture, a combination of gas chromatography and mass spectrometry remains the gold standard, says Suslick.
But before we all rush to pick apart the bubbling-under blogosphere, we should pause for thought.
Firth and Bacon brilliantly pick apart their showbiz relationship, while the film overall paints the past as a far-from-innocent era.
Fast indoor courts are tailormade for Santoro's unique slice-heavy game and he can use his deft volleys and arcing groundstrokes to pick apart the Finn.
With her new film, Martin eschews both trends, investigating content through form, trying to pick apart the aesthetic to reveal new opportunities for image production.
Careful research of Hayworth's life frames the chapters, which meticulously pick apart fabricated image and propaganda from what can be verified as truth.
A no-nonsense, grounded-in-reality book that dares to tackle and pick apart matters that many individuals are unwilling to face in themselves.