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Wang, "Information fusion-based optimal attitude control for an alterable thrust direction unmanned aerial vehicle," International Journal of Advanced Robotic Systems, vol.
Physical inactivity is one of three highest risk behaviors in the development of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity, and is the second highest alterable cause of cardiovascular arterial disease (Centers for Disease Control, 2012).
Or, their spending plans might not be easily alterable.
The Constitution is either superior paramount law, unchangeable by ordinary means, or alterable when the legislature shall please to alter it.
At its foundation, integrity means that records are not alterable and that events related to them are captured in an audit trail.
Administrator options such as which printer gets used or the location of the home directories which might not be alterable by users
Public health and health policy issues are rarely due to a single tractable and alterable cause and are notoriously difficult to address.
Unless we provide space for such claims to be critiqued in the light of rational inquiry, there is little hope such beliefs will be alterable even when there is adequate evidence against them.
Young identified the primary "problem" of intersex with the social disturbance the ambiguity caused and situated the "truth" of sex in the surgically alterable body; while the younger Wilkins defined the problem as the health risks associated with certain intersex conditions, and the "truth" of sex to be a product of hormones, psychology, and society.
One barcode will be obvious on the label, but there is another one in a much less obvious, less alterable place.
Although some of the areas to which these modifications refer can be or have already been regulated with a law, according to the government, they should all be incorporated in the Constitution so they would not be easily alterable in the future.
Walpole's collection creates a new history by demonstrating that changing the past is 'unavoidable, once the past has been identified with alterable, fugitive things' (155).