We develop a shifted
counterpart of this classical theory.
2 : to go through a change <Public opinion shifted
in his favor.
MOOM (New Guinea) - FIJI </pre> <p>The word KUTH (couth) can be progressively shifted
to make the palindromes shown.
It was subsequently shifted
onto ambient (service) temperatures of interest.
This is because, if the burden of proof were shifted
to the government in tax cases, the IRS's enforcement efforts would have to be intensified as the agency endeavored to sustain its heightened burden.
After losing billions in the early 90s, IBM has shifted
from a command and control vertical integration to a service-based networked integration, shedding employees, and gaining back revenue.
For instance, before the 1986 Tax Reform Act, many high-income parents shifted
some of their income to their children to maximize the family's after-tax income.
The trend shifted
this past year as grocers successfully kept consumers in their stores--a major win in the face of long-term, intense cross-channel competition.
The reflected light's frequency is shifted
Supervisors will decide whether to consolidate Thousand Oaks into one district; whether the Las Posas Valley should be consolidated in either District 3, represented by Kathy Long, or District 4, represented by Judy Mikels; and determine if the Santa Rosa Valley should be shifted
from District 4 to District 2 (Frank Schillo) or 3 (Long).
In recent years, employers have shifted
away from HMO-type plans that require primary care physician referrals for specialist visits and tests.
Excavations suggest that the lake expanded significantly around 1 million years ago, but over the next 500,000 years it shrank, shifted
its position numerous times, and even disappeared occasionally.
If the adult owl sees an object shifted
17 degrees to the right and hears a sound from that same physical location, two different regions of the brain fire.
In 1989, his team found that five-hour-long exposures to bright light equivalent to sunlight, administered on three consecutive days when body temperature reached its nadir (around two to three hours before waking), shifted
volunteers' biological clocks by up to 12 hours, inverting the daily cycle (SN: 6/17/89, p.
The number of years dates are shifted
is user-defined to ensure all shifted
years fall within the same century.