There is research already about how a mother's cardiovascular system functions when she is at rest, but currently there is limited research into the cardiovascular adaption
during physical activity which impedes our understanding of what a normal response is.
also scrutinizes Elliot's lasting influence on American fiction to the modern day, and particularly contemplates modern American adaptions
of her work.
Readers will find tips and tricks used on the show, help with decorator terms such as ``neo-classic'' (which means modern adaptions
of ancient Greek and Romans designs), and even pull-out posters of each of the designers.
In all these works, McGill may indeed be trying to register a protest against what the press release called "humankind's adaptions
to its psychotic commitment to nuclear armament.
Tapered design of the collets, which use standard ER32 adaptions
, allows reaching into deeper shaped cavities and narrow milling applications.
To accommodate the winter garden's 13m height required some deft adaptions
of the standard system and also a specially designed structure.
A separate part examines the composition and function of early colonial Mayan books, relating both their continuation of certain pre-contact traditions and certain adaptions
to the colonial world.
Graphix Zone's library includes more than 60 CD-ROMs and enhanced CD-ROMs, including interactive music titles, film and television adaptions
, education and reference titles.