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Our ability to accurately search a gallery of unconstrained images will only add to our continued leadership in this field.
20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Virtus Newfleet Multi-Sector Unconstrained Bond ETF (Ticker: NFLT), an exchange-traded fund advised by Virtus ETF Solutions and subadvised by Newfleet Asset Management, today announced the monthly declaration of dividends on its common stock as follows:
What we will see is a party driven by a far-right ideology unconstrained by coalition that has abandoned any semblance of fairness and equality in favour of dismantling our public services, while taking from working families, the old and disabled to give to a tiny elite who fund the Tories.
But current inability of algorithms to recognize faces in unconstrained environments, that is under variable lighting conditions, occlusions, and pose variations, have hindered the development of applications based on facial recognition.
This creates a situation where companies can make unconstrained profits, but at the expense of the water we drink," said Maude Barlow, former special advisor to the UN on water issues and chair of the Council of Canadians.
Our SR estimates indicate that children raised in credit constrained parental households are more likely to have consumption levels similar to those of their parents than children from unconstrained parental households.
Economist Thomas Sowell, in "A Conflict of Visions," categorizes the divide of political visions from which Eugene, and much of the country, suffer as that between the unconstrained vision and the constrained vision.
However, with the unconstrained growth of motor vehicles in recent years, these have become a major source of pollution, which not only affects air quality adversely but also add to emissions of greenhouse gases at the global level," said R.
His love unconstrained, trust abundant, such a friend.
0 lays the foundation for an open and dynamically controlled datacenter network fabric to accelerate application programmability, facilitate unconstrained mobility, and maximize compute efficiency for cloud service providers, webscale operators and leading tech enterprises across the globe.
The treatise examines the unconstrained motion of an elastic solid in a Navier-Stokes liquid that occupies the whole space outside of it, under the assumption that a constant body force is acting on the solid.
In his first report on Tpims, Mr Anderson said: "Some subjects who have been judged by the Home Secretary and by the courts to be potentially dangerous will then, absent of prosecution or new evidence of terrorism-related activity, be free and unconstrained.
26% returns for its fixed income for unconstrained institutional clients in 2011, despite tough conditions in financial markets.
Those on the left have an unconstrained view of man, and those on the right have a constrained view.
F&D incorporates a unique variable-tuned, gas-piston charging system, with multiple flow orifices that allow unconstrained adjustment for various operating conditions, ammunition loads or types, canned operation and an "off" setting for maximum muzzle velocity and bolt-cycle cancel.