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Rich, "Assessment of cellular mechanisms contributing to cAMP compartmentalization in pulmonary microvascular endothelial cells," Am.
In the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, utility and compartmentalization were the dominant features of the mass-productive process.
Compartmentalization skills may manifest themselves as strong or flexible mental abilities, an innate ability to repress, or willful or unconscious engagement in behaviors that make investigators "shift gears.
The same compartmentalization that the Germans touted as a security feature, combined with the lack of centralization in the Wehrmacht's intelligence-gathering apparatus, allowed the Allied penetration of Enigma to go undetected.
National Transportation Safety Board in a 1987 analysis that looked at 43 serious school bus accidents to determine the effectiveness of compartmentalization versus seatbelts.
Compartmentalization increases as the number of people managing individual tasks grows, which is exacerbated further when managing international, domestic, and local taxes.
For starters, it has the potential to hold back human development through artificial compartmentalization of skills and markets.
On the minus side, there is a minor feeling of compartmentalization about it, an absence of ultimate depth, some softness about the dynamics, and a lack of truly deep bass that intrude upon one's complete surrender to a willing suspension of disbelief.
His tables of musicians and countries facilitate the researching of a player's particular instrument or a writer's nation, forcing a neat compartmentalization to make us see beyond boundaries.
The futility of artificial compartmentalization of disciplines is constantly explored.
The modular construction provides for continuous operation even if a tank is out of service, and the design provides for compartmentalization and inert blanketing for increased safety.