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However, in order to describe the non-Markovian dynamics of an anomalously diffusing particle, one must take into account the memory effects by a long-time tail noise.
These include agenesis, duplication, triplication, anomalously located solitary appendix and the more recently described horseshoe appendix (1).
Currently, many checkpoints have entrances built in a serpentine configuration that slows approaching vehicles and causes them to sway, giving a hint as to whether they re anomalously loaded.
We had an El Nino episode in the early part of the year that's now faded but that has contributed to the warmth not only in equatorial Pacific but also contributed to anomalously warm global temperatures as well,' Lawrimore said.
We had an El Nino episode in the early part of the year that's now faded, but that has contributed to the warmth not only in equatorial Pacific but also contributed to anomalously warm global temperatures as well," Jay Lawrimore, the chief of climate analysis at the NOAA, said.
Fehmida Mirza had made the announcement with regard to establishment of committee in the light of resolution adopted by National Assembly and Senate anomalously.
Lured by half truths and shady contracts, they embarked for the terra incognita of a small, anomalously anglophone part of South America named British Guiana.
Anomalously, she took to paintings reflecting senses and overt and subconscious memories of the Iowa plains she grew up in while staying located in New York and participating fully in its art scene.
This is a compelling idea, but seems anomalously speculative and theoretical compared to the rigorous research that sustains the rest of the book.
Fasig-Tipton's one-day auction showed anomalously magnificent gains compared to last year - when it produced an auction record price of EUR5.
Anomalously, of course, iconoclasts within the Christian faith were frustrated at the Council of Nicaea in 787.