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Synonyms for candle

the basic unit of luminous intensity adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites

examine eggs for freshness by holding them against a light

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"Although Candel commenced its adversary proceeding under both s.523(a)(2)(A) and (B), it inexplicably opted to pursue summary judgment only on the basis of s.523(a)(2)(A)," Finkle said.
*de Vries, H., Mudde, A., Kremers, S., Wetzels, J., Uiters, E., Ariza, C., ..., & Candel, M.
EBU data provided by Roberto Suarez Candel. Data are drawn from 54 organizations in 2006 and 52 organisations from 2011.
(15.) Candel Gonzalez FJ, Alramadan M, Matesanz M, Diaz A, Gonzalez-Romo F, Candel I et al.
Candel, "Ultrasound testing of metallic structures using a dual symmetric path inspection and a matched filter-based method.", 5th IEEE International Workshop on Computational Advances in Multi-Sensor Adaptive Processing Proceedings, pp.
Martin, M., Villar, A., Sole-Calvo, A., Gonzalez, R., Massuti, B., Lizon, j., Camps, C., Carrato, A., Casado, A., Candel, M.T., Albanell, J., Aranda, J., Munarriz, B., Campbell,]., Diaz-Rubio, E., 2003.
This is based on observations made on the mangrove Kandelia candel (Rhizophoraceae) (Hwang & Chen, 1995) in which leaf size and stomatal density were reduced at high salinity (> 400 mM NaCl, aprox.
Zajonc (1980) believed that the affective reaction to a stimulus is the first and automatic reaction an individual has, and evidence supports that affect may be the underlying cause of the decision framing effect (Van't Riet, Ruiter, Werrij, Candel, & De Vries, 2010).
Este modelo de gobernanza intenta generar cambios en la interdependencia entre actores gubernamentales y no gubernamentales, ademas, pretende abrir espacios dentro del ciclo de politica para que los actores publicos compartan responsabilidades, lo que implica un proceso de adaptacion de todos los actores, en especial de los gubernamentales, a condiciones de mayor complejidad sociopolitica (Kooiman, 1993; 2003; Pierre y Peters, 2005; Candel, 2014).