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electro-magnetism, strong nuclear force, and weak nuclear force) with their postulated universal effect of gravity.
The mechanism for this failure is postulated to result from crystal growth pressures as evaporate minerals crystallize in the pores.
None of the bats in question are migratory and no change in behavior on the part of the vampire bats need be postulated.
Real" or normal boys, as defined by boy culture, were postulated as ideal boys.
The two leading previous models have variously postulated five phases to critical thinking for learning.
International researchers have noted the many potential health benefits associated with the consumption of the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and postulated the use of these compounds as therapeutic products.
3) Gussen postulated that increased venous pressure and insufficiency of the vestibular organs could represent the common endpoint of many of the entities known to cause Meniere's disease, although the exact mechanism of increased vestibular venous pressure may differ in each circumstance.
For example, different hypotheses are presented as to the way in which knowledge of the new oil painting technique arrived at Ferrara, a major development in the history of Italian painting--via the Hungarian Michele Pannonio, as postulated by Dunkerton, or via a Sienese connection between the Flemish tapestry maker Arnold Boteram and the painter Angelo Maccagnino, both of whom then came to Ferrara and collaborated with Tura, as proposed by Lorne Campbell.
Regarding technique and tradition as important as style, he argued that it was 'all too easy to accept the kind of inevitable stylistic development that was first postulated by Vasari and continued by the architectural historians of the twentieth century'.
Years ago, we postulated that all of the components of the fuel system should be put in the fuel tank when possible to meet tighter evaporative emission standards," says Dr.
The authors postulated that stable blood sugar profiles could improve ratings of perceived exertion and the perception of exhaustion, and therefore enhance performance.
Nevertheless, what happens if the scenarios postulated here play out?