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not varying

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not easily irritated

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Both diversity (H') and equability (J') were lower after fire, since only fast colonization species such as Scleria macrophylla, Leersia hexandra and Urera aurantiaca showed high RC compared to other species of slower colonization.
Neither oases of equability nor of a circular reasoning were found.
Equability stability of ultrasonic beam width in the sufficiently large axis directivity distance can be reached with a number [D.
This includes his/her behaviour and the items they are carrying, so friendliness, equability, mental strength and a consistent performance are also vitally important.
For a man who scored an own goal against his old team and had a potential winner cleared off the line - all in a local derby - Liam Ridgewell was equability personified.
For example, the administration of justice should conform to norms of accessibility and equability.
Equability UK or A-BL UK are among the dafter suggestions.
The vulnerability of every farmer's field to anomalous weather events points to a nearly certain conclusion: sustained agricultural productivity depends upon climatic equability and relative regularity.
Though Warner cautions prospective emigres to consider the magnitude of change from a "landscape clad with verdure, the riotous and irrepressible growth of a rainy region, to a land that the greater part of the year is green only where it is artificially watered," he prefaces this disclaimer with a recitation of attributes that make southern California an "agreeable place of residence": the productiveness of the soil and variety of products, the equability of summer and winter and the ease of outdoor labor throughout the year, the certainty of returns for intelligent investment and the advantages for personal health.
In addition to the accuracy of law-application, equability of decisions may also play a part in the referee's evaluation.
From the image, which is acquired from back lighting (as shown in (2d)), it can be see that the background intensity is still not equability.
As often as Ferry indulges in classical equability and reserve, this poet of open eye and heart will revert to character sketches full of pathos: These are the moving profiles of unresting souls that haunt Ferry's poetry--aged relatives in homes, the street wanderers in his community and the long-since-changed figures caught with the light draining through them in the sort of old photograph "which, somehow,/Perhaps because of the blankness of the sky,//Looks Russian, foreign, of no country I know.
The need to achieve some kind of social reorganization of domestic work on the basis of gender equability continues to be a central theme of contemporary feminism.