scarceness


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Normally decapsulation would follow electrical testing, but due to the scarceness of these units, it was not an option.
This may be the cause of the scarceness of such data for those who do not have access to in-house information owned by insurers and manufacturers.
Nevertheless, there is little understanding of the long-term effects of AR marketing due to scarceness in benchmarks, measurable elements (Farhad, 2009) and research studies.
Rami's lack of personal freedom is common among Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the Israeli-occupied West Bank, but his frustrations are an important reminder that common Palestinian despair often focuses not on aspirations for formal statehood -- certainly an eventual goal -- but rather on the scarceness of freedoms of association and assembly.
5) It has also been suggested that the scarceness of the S-cones and cells involved in the processing of their signals can lead to an earlier detection of the defect in this subsystem of colour vision.
After years of scarceness, several albums by Flare, a chamber-pop-with-a-shoegazer-twist outfit, have been refit and rereleased-including 2000's Circa, newly souped-up with four rare or unreleased bonus tracks as Circa+.
We should add that the scarceness of merchants who give and take money to exchange, and the profit obtained when dealing with money are circumstances that make the price of exchange rise, even for those who take the exchange not for negotiating and earning money but with other ends in mind.
And certainly not the scarceness of role models in the NFL.
Out here in the desert you are very much aware of the vastness of the land and the scarceness of human beings.