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It is remarkable that this fluctuation, whether periodical or not, appears thus to require many years for its accomplishment.
By this fluctuation the pond asserts its title to a shore, and thus the shore is shorn, and the trees cannot hold it by right of possession.
The maturing and seasonal fluctuation of the sex-instinct affords a good illustration.
The preamble to the final regulations clarifies that the 40% COI safe harbor is applicable to all reorganizations, not just to reorganizations involving fluctuations in value.
In that instant, according to the theory known as inflation, microscopic fluctuations in the density of the cosmos were greatly amplified.
Int'l Conference on Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations (4th: 2005: Lecce, Italy) Ed.
x] configuration for the control and stabilization of magnetic field fluctuations and gradients in a new experiment searching for a permanent electric dipole moment of the neutron.
Researchers have used historical climate and observational data in conjunction with proxy climate records to reconstruct decadal- to centennial-scale fluctuations in climate over the last millennium (Fig.
She said: "The solar wind fluctuations had a much higher probability of extreme events than for more random processes.
With a sample this small, having five particularly bright students (or a few students with undiagnosed learning disabilities) in any one year can lead to large fluctuations in a school 's test scores from one year to the next.
This results in a higher conveying efficiency and a significant reduction of pressure fluctuations.
Real-time measurements on the spatial and temporal fluctuations of single molecules in living cells, which are not possible using other methods, are a major goal of this initiative.