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The development of this new read circuit with negative resistance has resulted in STT MRAM that is insusceptible to erroneous writes caused by fluctuations in the electrical characteristics of the MTJs.
74) En 1994, le Congres a ratifie la reconnaissance par l'executif federal des communautes autochtones de l'Alaska en tant que tribus souveraines et les tribunaux ont juge que cette reconnaissance est insusceptible de controle judiciaire.
My purpose here is to reverse this emphasis, thereby challenging not only the popular view of Emerson as antebellum America's premier exponent of liberalism but the widespread notion, now more prevalent than ever, that liberalism as such is devoid of substantive content, that it is insusceptible of informed response either because it is not a body of propositions at all but a set of interests or because the propositions it does espouse are internally contradictory or incoherent.
In addition, this feature is insusceptible to the scale variant and shift variant of objects in images.
institution is insusceptible of abuse in wicked hands?
Passivation, an inhibitor property of rendering steel rebars less susceptible or completely insusceptible to corrosion, is of particular interest to State highway agencies that manage older bridge decks that are contaminated with salt.
51) "I am also of the view that the punitive damages jurisprudence which has sprung forth from BMW a Gore is insusceptible of principled application.
3) [T]he conditions of the entry, including time, method, ostensible purpose, and numerous other factors of frequent relevance but generally insusceptible of advance articulation;
Increased information may be insusceptible to gender differentiation.