absence of change

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Yet in the absence of change, all of us remain vulnerable to total destabilisation.
In the absence of change in North Korea, those who refuse to accept the legitimacy of its nuclear-weapons program have understandably sought help from China.
Absence of change in consciousness, occurence of the episode during feeding or just after feeding, torticollis being intermittent and absence of epileptic findings on EEG are helpful in the differential diagnosis (4).
Piercy said she is disillusioned by the absence of change in state or federal gun laws, even in the wake of the massacre shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut in December.
The absence of change in the regime's behavior should be thus attributed to three countervailing factors.
Absence of change in total oxidative metabolism suggests increased glucose metabolism is predominantly glycolysis or an increase in glucose oxidation with similar decrease in fatty acid oxidation.
Level 1 Change Detection refers to questions where participants were asked simply to notice the presence or absence of change (Question Type #1), while Level 3 Change Detection refers to questions where participants were required to recall the origin state of the highlighted unit (Question Type #2).
9 percentage points in October compared with May, roughly double the decline found in the Midwest and West and far more than the near absence of change in the South.
The absence of change is tying the Government's hands in respect of state spending and should the need arise for cuts, they will be just as difficult as this year.
They are comfortable with the absence of change and, at times, the absence of its mere possibility; snug in a little shell of their own, content with the consistency of their lives.
In the absence of change, global energy-related C[O.
Cunfer carefully notes with considerable evidence that stability does not imply an absence of change, because adaptation to changing circumstances enables agricultural sustainability in the Great Plains.