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We describe the development of coalescence and soil strength with time and show that coalesced soil limits root growth so that it has important implications for management and crop yield.
A "Perfect Storm" in K-12 Education: Tough Trends and Mandates Require Tracking Technology explains that NCLB mandates, requirements of the 2004 renewal of IDEA, now known as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA), changes in student demographics and other trends, have coalesced to put huge pressures on K-12 districts to track and provide services to a rapidly increasing number of students, both in and outside of special education programs.
A large chunk of debris coalesced to form Charon, while smaller bits merged to form the two tiny moons, argue Alan Stern of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colo.
There was little to suggest affection or companionship as they crisscrossed the stage, though at one point a group briefly coalesced.
Policy makers in many of the world's largest markets, including China, have coalesced around a common set of efficiency standards that essentially rule out the use of linear transformers in external power supplies.
With increasing concentrations of lecithin, the spheres coalesced to form tubular structures.
Just for a moment the dance coalesced, speaking of decay, spelling out demise.
It was inspiring to see the vision of the digital home taking root as discussion coalesced around topics such as consumer needs, standardization, and entertainment solutions that really excite people.
Debris from the collision coalesced into Charon, with a bit left over to make the newfound moons.
This event was a networking venue where many of the exciting ideas in the digital imaging space coalesced for insight into future industry directions," said Kristy Holch, Group Director at InfoTrends Research Group.
The alliance coalesced within 10 days after Katrina's landfall specifically to offer the Tulane students and faculty a place to continue their work.
He coalesced some of the health care industry's best teams in the areas of care management, managed care and information management and provided leadership to successful turnarounds in these areas.