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This time, they were asked to identify a letter defined by one dimension, such as luminance (i.
The team is currently only able to produce the reaction in one dimension, that is, to make a string or line of molecules.
The winter break concept sounds a fine idea on one dimension.
Both men have had their suitability for 50-over cricket questioned in recent times but, in a match which was the first international to be broadcast in 3D, the pair proved they have more than one dimension.
Both men have had their suitability for 50-over cricket questioned in recent times, but, in a match which was the first international to be broadcast in 3D, the pair proved they have more than one dimension.
Security constitutes only one dimension of the matter.
The enemy may be more advanced than us in their equipment--but equipment is just one dimension of military power.
The review suggests that intersecting processes can significantly alter the impacts of any one dimension of inequality.
You need one dimension of the room to be at least 180cm (six foot) to fit in a full-length bed.
Our results suggest that some countries have modest impact and source vulnerability, some have great vulnerability in both dimensions, and some are relatively vulnerable in one dimension but not the other.
It also has a rapid mode for quick movement from one dimension to another.
The researchers dub one dimension of mind perception "experience," meaning a capacity for feeling hunger, fear, pain, rage, desire, pride, embarrassment, and joy.