z] is zero-valued and the azimuthal magnetic component, B0, is at alternatingly
clockwise and counter-clockwise maxima.
It's a suspenseful and darkly funny drama that is alternatingly
delightful and difficult to watch, because triumph and trouble alike are absorbing.
k+1] are generated, in order, by alternatingly
using equations (2.
Syria endured decades of French dominance after World War I, and then alternatingly
hot and cold relations with the U.
Syria endured decades of French dominance after WWI, and then alternatingly
hot and cold relations with the US and Europe since the 1960s.
To be sure, the notions of change and constancy alternatingly
have had something of a pivotal position within the logical geography of ancient Greek philosophical thinking about the nature of time and reality.
And, like Mundo Verde, it divides classes into sections that are alternatingly
taught in English and Spanish.
The optimization is conducted by alternatingly
keeping one value of ([phi], s) fixed and the other variable to minimize [parallel]J[[parallel].
The highway currently under construction in Beit Safafa is an extension of the already existing "Begin Highway" and has been designated alternatingly
as Road No.
Summarizing older critical response to the novel, Marlon Ross observes that: "While the novel has gained a central place in (white) gay culture and is often a focus of (white) gay studies, in the context of African American literary and cultural studies, historically it has been alternatingly
dismissed or ignored altogether, stumblingly acknowledged or viciously attacked" (16).
On the other hand, the Phyto PAM allows discriminating between differently pigmented groups of algae (green algae, diatoms and cyanobacteria) by exciting the fluorescence alternatingly
at high repetition rates by usec pulses of 470, 520, 645 and 665 nm light originating from light emitting diodes (LED).
Thus, if we color the lines alternatingly
red and blue by order of slope, no cell will be monochromatic.
Participants heard a series of different words -- one word a second over 90 seconds at a time -- while asked to alternatingly
attend to either the word "yes" or the word "no", each of which appeared 15% of the time.
Participants heard a series of different words - one word a second over 90 seconds at a time - while asked to alternatingly
attend to either the word 'yes' or the word 'no', each of which appeared 15 percent of the time.
The scientists then played a series of random words and asked the participants to alternatingly
attend to the words 'yes' and 'no', which appeared 15% of the time.