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Deleuze and Guattari distinguish this "State science" from "nomad science," which by definition is "difficult to classify"; as with Jes Grew, its "history is even difficult to follow" (361).
And when you prepare your next meal and sit down to eat, thank the seeds, the soil, the rain, the sun, and the farmers that grew all those good ingredients.
Samuel Clemens (aka Twain) grew up in Hannibal, Missouri, and many of his fictional locates and characters are based on local places and folks -- including that famous cave.
The Caltech team grew ice crystals on the tip of a tungsten wire inside a cold chamber filled with water vapor, By attaching the wire to a power source.
Excluding China, world elastomer consumption grew only 3.
And eventually, the pieces grew together to form one seamless sheet.
A study of Fortune 500 companies' sales and profits by global strategy consulting firm William Kent International showed that between 1989 and 1993, international businesses grew faster and had greater profitability than domestically focused companies.
Drawing upon an immense amount of data and buttressed by a solid foundation in the secondary literature, Grew and Harrigan have written a path breaking study of the development of French elementary education that settles several interpretative disputes and can serve as a model for future efforts to examine national school systems.
In brief, the District economy grew at a moderate pace in 1992 and will probably grow moderately again in 1993, roughly matching the growth pace of the national economy.
In the network storage market (which includes SAN, NAS, and iSCSI), NetApp grew faster than the market, year over year, in both capacity shipped and revenue.
Most of our grandparents grew up eating food that they grew themselves, or they knew the farmer that they grew the food.