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catching and holding the full attention

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capable of arousing and holding the attention

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The KPMG study shows Bulgaria as being particularly bad in absorbing funds for science and innovation, health and energy project, for which the country has not contracted a single Euro up to March 2011.
According to a Takenaka Corporation spokesperson, the temple construction consists of wooden beam joints encircling huge pillars, which allow the different parts of the building to shift slowly during an earthquake, absorbing the seismic vibrations.
Sud-Chemie Performance Packaging has launched PharmaKeep[R] oxygen absorbing canisters for the pharmaceutical nad nutraceutical market as part of a joint project with Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc.
Selecting quality acoustical ceilings and wall products and taking advantage of the sound absorbing qualities of soft floor coverings will reduce the likelihood of resident agitation and stress.
When the can's tab is opened, the pressure causes water in the vinyl bag to vaporize, absorbing any heat from the beverage.
Phytates interfere with the absorption of minerals, but do not completely prevent us from absorbing minerals like calcium and iron.
What do your results suggest about the number of atoms that are absorbing and releasing light energy?
Everyone notices how "live" an empty room is (lack of acoustic absorbing materials) or the effect of closing a door to a noisy room (blocking the airborne transmission of sound).
ATS") a Japanese corporation active in the sales, marketing and distribution of ultraviolet radiation absorbing resins for use in residential and office buildings, automotive applications and commercial agriculture.
He and others have found that the shape of semiconductor particles used for absorbing visible light influences the direction in which they aim the excited electrons.