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Believers in psycho-physical parallelism hold that psychology can theoretically be freed entirely from all dependence on physiology or physics.
Haldane, who contends that physiology is not theoretically reducible to physics and chemistry.
If any one will here contend that there must have been traits of goodness in old Featherstone, I will not presume to deny this; but I must observe that goodness is of a modest nature, easily discouraged, and when much privacy, elbowed in early life by unabashed vices, is apt to retire into extreme privacy, so that it is more easily believed in by those who construct a selfish old gentleman theoretically, than by those who form the narrower judgments based on his personal acquaintance.
I saw iron ladles, pans full of white sand, files with white metal left glittering in their teeth, molds of plaster of Paris, bags containing the same material in powder, a powerful machine with the name and use of which I was theoretically not unacquainted, white metal in a partially-fused state, bottles of aquafortis, dies scattered over a dresser, crucibles, sandpaper, bars of metal, and edged tools in plenty, of the strangest construction.
In France there are some who maintain that, mathematically, a bird cannot possibly fly; and others who demonstrate theoretically that fishes were never made to live in water.
Brian Viard, assistant professor of strategic management at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, studied the issue theoretically and empirically and found evidence to support the idea that lower switching costs actually do translate into lower prices for consumers.
Shenoy of Ohio State University in Columbus showed theoretically that overlapping mixtures of two different condensates would, under certain conditions, display vortices and other structures that occur when liquids become superfluids.
This change could theoretically affect hundreds of thousands of immigrants, including those who had lived here for years, married American citizens or had children who are citizens.
Theoretically, $1,000 worth of each of the blue chips were purchased.
Theoretically possible pero wala pa kasi filing kaya 'di namin alam eh,' he said.
Joseph shows how theory and research in positive psychology supports person-centered therapy, and how measurement tools developed by positive psychologists are theoretically consistent with person-centered therapy and can complement and replace traditional symptom-focused measures.
The primary findings were that "Sustamine altered immediately post exercise the phosphorylation state of signaling proteins in a manner that theoretically should reduce muscle protein breakdown, while whey protein accelerated the phosphorylation of proteins in the mTOR-dependent signaling pathway thereby theoretically activating muscle protein synthesis.
Equivalent width, the area of the spectral peak with respect to the continuum, describes the strength of the hydrogen line which allowed us to theoretically track the changes in the amount of ionized hydrogen within the circumstellar disk.
Moses Annual Award for the Most Theoretically Innovative Article" is CHRISTINE LABUSKI for her article "Vulnerable Vulvas: Female Genital Integrity in Health and Dis-ease.
Moreover, values of greater than 1, which are theoretically impossible since they imply that more sound is absorbed than is incident, are frequently obtained.