transiency


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an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying

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He calls that "physical-chemical hybrid transiency.
Further studies are required to show whether effects originate more from the specific purple anthocyanins or the [gamma]-oryzanol or both, and how transiency and low recovery in meat products of some of the favorable effects of purple rice can be counteracted.
Given the transiency of the drug court population, this limitation is understandable and does not negate or minimize the findings.
When the animation feature was in a resting state, the number and position of animated arrows and blood in the diagrams were the same as those in the SBSAG, except that the animation in the ASG was played three times to help learners capture the transiency of the animation.
3) For an account of itinerancy in Light in August that considers how large-scale systemic ills such as transiency are read as the effects of character, see Neilson and Meyerson 450-52.
Significant transiency of solar systems operation does complicate practical research, due to which fact we still are in an acute need for reliable recommendations on the choice of cluster structures rational parameters, particularly, the well configuration: interval between probes and heat exchangers' length.
10] In any society, poor people bear most of the brunt of violence, which is associated with 'over-crowding, family disruption, weak social structures, high population concentrations, population transiency and social norms which encourage the use of violence to cope with difficulties'.
The article goes on to say, a more flexible job environment actually creates more jobs, though job sharing, project based jobs, as well as can accommodate population transiency.
That process initially takes shape in Sylvie's commitment to transiency, which quietly traces a debt to America's peripatetic grand narratives, from Moby-Dick (1850) and Thoreau's Walden (1854) to Whitman's "Song of the Open Road" (1856) and Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885); from Hemingway's In Our Time (1925) to Nabokov's Lolita (1955/58) and Kerouac's On the Road (1957).
These people don't want to be tied down to a mortgage, and so they've turned to rented property to fulfil their need for transiency - and this has driven the returns that investors in rented real estate have enjoyed.
These people don't want to be tied down to a mortgage, and so they've turned to rented property to fulfil their need for transiency -- and this has driven the returns that investors in rented real estate have enjoyed.
Lastly, given that (a) melanoma incidence is characterized by a significant latency period, (b) the study period comprised 36 years, and (c) county population transiency may effect the interpretation of results, the researchers collected migration data for the counties under investigation (Table 2).
Diminished economic opportunities, high concentrations of poor residents, high level of transiency, high level of family disruption, low levels of community participation, and socially disorganized neighborhoods.
The main limitations to this current study involve: (a) the limited and paradoxical research foundations regarding the youth and transiency of new media; (b) the gap of relevant communication and new media-oriented research focusing on military spouses and families; (c) the unintentional limit to the sample based on the location of deployments during this modern era of war; and (d) the use of self-reported, reflective data gathered for analysis and reporting of results.
In addition to this fragmentation, the presence of elderly housing units in the district, the transiency of the minority populations and their historically low voter turnout rates severely weaken their majority status.