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An absorbent article having a front waist region, a back waist region opposed to the front waist region and a crotch region located between the front waist region and the back waist region, a pair of longitudinal edges and a pair of end edges, the absorbent article comprising: a topsheet; a backsheet attached to the topsheet; and a fastening system including at least one fastening device configured to connect a first article location to a second article location, the fastening device including a variable stiffness member having an original stiffness before experiencing a predetermined stimulus and a permanently reduced stiffness after experiencing the predetermined stimulus, wherein the reduced stiffness is at least 10% less than the original stiffness.
The packet is analyzed to detect predetermined content.
Must be wall mounted in Demonstration Hall 1, in a predetermined location.
rise over run, angle or grade) between selected ones of the first and second coordinates and electronically comparing at least one slope-based parameter to one or more predetermined levels to determine a characterization defining one or more of surface adhesion fitness, finishing brush wear level and brush bristle placement location.
Talking to media persons here on 100 days' work of her ministry, Sushma Swaraj said the government will not go to the UNGA session with a predetermined mindset concerning talks with Pakistan.
8220;Typhoon Guard (Insurance)” is an index insurance (*) which pays the insured the predetermined insured amount if the center of a typhoon passes through the predetermined area of coverage.
If one understands that destiny is a predetermined event or series of events and that all events are fundamentally moments of energy, then it can be understood that destiny is the proverbial theory of everything," says Morales.
London, Sep 15 (ANI): Academy-award winner Robert De Niro believes the course of his life was predetermined.
BOJ to decide on temporary steps without predetermined view: Yamaguchi
The ColdSNAP+ Transit Thermometer consists of a bimetallic sensing element that snaps at a predetermined temperature, turning a "LOW TEMP" indicator window bright red when the temperature goes below a predetermined "cold" setpoint.
Every vote in every election counts, and everyone should be encouraging people to vote, rather than sending the message that it doesn't matter as the results are predetermined.
Such questions point to a tension in critical care practice: whereas staff and patients may be aware of the importance of creating healing environments, they nevertheless find themselves in a culture in which an empirical approach to disease--one that focuses primarily on measurable, predetermined outcomes--is the standard.
Teachers create other compliance issues as they troubleshoot IEPs that won't cross the computer's predetermined finish line.
While award fee contracts are used when it is neither feasible nor effective to devise predetermined objective performance targets, it is imperative that award fees be tied to identifiable interim outcomes, discrete events or milestones, as much as possible.
Introducing the reader to the theoretics and collective knowledge of Jeschke's investigation of the history and worldly understanding of the land and its predetermined value and use, Rethinking Holy Land educationally determines the most favorable and progressive solution for the Holy Lands compromising position.