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The corresponding eigenvectors of the first mode, or principal component variable, indicate that the sea level had the highest correlation with the north-south wind component; the second mode corresponded to the east-west wind component, the third mode to the barometric pressure effect, and the fourth mode to the thermosteric effect (Table 3).
This uncommon position of the cyst had created a pressure effect on the hepatic vein and caused the incomplete obliteration of the common bile duct and the hepatic artery.
4 However in this case we had to do laparatomy due to the large mass of leiomyoma with pressure effect, which was a risky operation but was done well without any complications.
The fuel injection pressure effects for specific fuel consumption performance of the first experiment have been given in Figure 8.
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The speciments for the end pressure effect were mechanically tested after 24 hours of curing at room temperature.
This gives it enough momentum to overcome the pressure effect.
The price pressure effect arises from an imbalance between buyers and sellers and a downward sloping demand curve for the stock.
That pressure effect may have practical implications in nanowires where the loss of even a few atoms can spell failure, comments David L.
One possible explanation for the blood pressure effect is that the phytoestrogens supplied by the soy nuts raised production of nitric oxide, an endogenous compound that relaxes blood vessels and lowers blood pressure.
It is possible, moreover, that heterogeneity of target-population lead burden is partially responsible for the inconsistencies seen in the calcium-blood pressure effect across studies.
If the pressure effect diminishes at higher pressures, as sugg ested by the fact that the 204 and 408 atm values are the same in S.
2]), no pressure effect was evident; ~10% of maximal binding was observed at 140 MPa, 20% at 210 MPa, 50% at 280 MPa, and 80% at 420 MPa.
If, however, a price pressure effect as described by Barber and Loeffler (1993) holds, a similar argument can be made questioning the appropriateness of a post-event estimation period.