Quasi-bound orbits may be eliminated by adiabatically reducing the strength of the trapping field, however during this procedure a large fraction of energetically
trapped neutrons are lost along with the quasi-trapped neutrons.
The Scottish, Welsh and English flags of Great Britain, together with a glorious array of Union Flags, were energetically
waved at every opportunity with gusto and unadulterated jingoism.
Then comes the license counterpart where you energetically
bounce into maintenance control to review the yellow sheets.
It's difficult to take a moral stand on an issue you are energetically
We must all work even more energetically
to curb the illicit trade in small arms and light weapons.
Everyone agreed that government had to energetically
Texas altered its law in 1974 to decriminalize heterosexual sodomy, and local prosecutors energetically
defend the state's prosecution of Lawrence and Garner.
I'd recommend it even if it weren't so energetically
performed by Betsi Morrison as Maria and Mike Eldred as Tony.
This group energetically
policed its boundaries, using lawsuits and physical violence against those it considered "illegitimate" wearers of the royal Inka insignia (103-109).
In response to continuing Catholic and even older tradition, the kirk meanwhile was moving energetically
to reform popular culture.
In 1988 the CIA was energetically
pumping money and arms into Afghanistan, directing most of the largesse to the most radical elements of the Mujahadeen.
Biotechnology companies are energetically
mining the Human Genome Project's databases, narrowing the search for new biologics that pinpoint targets on the genome.