reversibility


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the quality of being reversible in either direction

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In contrast, we proposed that when reversibility is low, consumers are more likely to interpret the scarcity claim as a manipulative tactic to increase sales of an otherwise unattractive product, because a restrictive return policy protects marketers from the consequences of selling defective items.
In chapter four, Daly examines reversibility within the Invisible, and switches her target from monism to mind-body dualism.
Many technicians were not aware about acceptability criteria, number of attempts or indication of reversibility (Table 4).
This will be able to detect airway obstruction and determine the severity and its reversibility.
It aims to remove the constraints of deployment, portability and reversibility for end users of Cloud services.
It is reversible, waterproof/water resistant, one size fits all, and has a double-sided button for closure and reversibility.
Reversibility or Disagreement, JACOB ROSS and MARK SCHROEDER
The study was a first step "into understanding the link between mind wandering and cell health to get a better understanding of whether there is causality and reversibility," said lead study author Elissa Epel, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry at UC San Francisco.
Finally, as with the Kalahari watch, the strap is black alligator on one side and black rubber on the other and the patented, pivoting buckle give it the reversibility feature.
Patients referred to the pulmonary function test laboratory for spirometry with bronchodilator reversibility at the hospital during the above said period were enrolled.
While both traditional and Marxist accounts of early modern English society describe reciprocity as a sign of mutual recognition between the propertied and plebeian classes, Collings argues that the reversibility of power demonstrated in social rituals like bread riots does not demonstrate the mutual recognition of legitimate interests but shows the effects of a structural antagonism.
Latin American carrier GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (BM&FBovespa:GOLL4) (NYSE:GOL) on Thursday said that the Brazilian Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Economica- "CADE") and the companies VRG Linhas Aereas SA, a company controlled by GOL, and Webjet Linhas Aereas SA have executed an Agreement of Preservation of the Reversibility of the Transaction ("APRO").
The rate of change in forced expiratory volume in 1 second among patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is highly variable, with the greatest rates of decline occurring among current smokers, patients with bronchodilator reversibility, and those with emphysema, according to an analysis of data from the ECLIPSE observational study.
A Sure-Seal door design features self-closing doors, magnetic closure, field reversibility, and a key lock.