Among these messages there are some which characterize
or define positive integers, sometimes in any of several ways.
Although these approaches provide simple summaries of spatial patterns, they do not often succeed in illustrating true levels of complexity and heterogeneity that characterize
Each haplotype typically carries "tag" SNPs that characterize
the haplotype as a whole and thus can be used to predict the identity of the other SNPs in the same block.
The fully automatic instrument also accurately characterizes
the latest dielectric materials.
Repeatedly stressing the ambiguity of status and porousness of social boundaries in Russia, she often characterizes
these social groups by what they were not: "the nobility never became a securely constituted corporate entity, the military command and bureaucracy never evolved into distinct professional classes characterized by a common outlook and ethos, and the Orthodox clergy never shed the mantle of an atomized service estate for that of an autonomous spiritual calling" (p.
His extensive introduction characterizes
Roman Jewry: "Perhaps the most remarkable fact about sixteenth century Roman Jewry is that Jewish women freely owned and disposed of property.
1059(e)-1, the Internal Revenue Service characterizes
a reorganization exchange as a redemption.
Indeed, the specific surface area, since neither the particle nor the aggregate are usually broken down during mixing, characterizes
an "invariant" parameter of the material.
The StratoPro platform enables design for yield (DFY) because it characterizes
process variability using high-resolution measurements derived from unique silicon IP developed by Stratosphere Solutions.
the association between Z and X.
This theory respects the separate legal existence of a partnership and characterizes
income at the partnership level.
Process Variability and Enables Parametric Yield Ramp
Unique Offering Characterizes
NetWare, Windows, and NetApp Storage Usage--
Limited growth characterizes
the leading ethnic cuisines in the US
StratoPro, introduced earlier this year, enables design for manufacturability (DFM) and design for yield (DFY) because it characterizes
process variability using high-resolution measurements derived from unique silicon intellectual property (IP) developed by Stratosphere Solutions.