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In the model proposed by Chen and Yan sub-components are not calculated, so the model of Amirteimoori is preponderant.
The form helped make miniature figuration the preponderant form across a broad swath of the Muslim world, from Mughal India, to Safavid Persia, to the Ottoman Empire.
The call to shut down the mixed cafEas triggered a heated debate on Kuwaiti social media where the focus was on the extent of individual freedom in a country where society and families have a preponderant status.
He said that president Al-Bashir opted the preponderant view among the different positions .
Il a releve a cet egard la necessite de renforcer les rapports parlementaires entre le Maroc et les Etats-Unis, soulignant que les nouvelles generations de parlementaires dans les deux pays peuvent jouer un role preponderant dans le raffermissement des relations bilaterales.
Le Qatar fait peau neuve avec l'abdication de l'emir au profit de son fils mais ce changement sans precedent ne devrait pas avoir d'impact sur la politique de l'Emirat et son role preponderant dans la diplomatie internationale.
Another significant motive for his resignation was disquiet about the preponderant role of Qatar, a strong ally of the SMB within the SNC.
In this study, the tensile strength and the corresponding preponderant fracture angle for a I-II mixed crack contained in infinite plate under uniaxial tensile stress are investigated based on the linear-elastic maximum circumferential stress criterion.
Asserting that India is a maritime nation, with significant maritime interests, President Patil in her speech during the review of the naval fleet said: " A preponderant proportion of our overseas trade is through the sea routes.
Fred Breimyer, a member of AIM's Board of Economic Advisers, said the numbers show "employers' preponderant belief that while we are probably not headed back into recession, neither are we on the verge of a robust recovery.
This volume develops a rational-choice theory for explaining the different experiences of the two countries, arguing that peace came out of a process in which a small group of individuals with a long-term maximization rationales were able to overcome collective action problems and establish a preponderant coercive position, which in a productive economy provided them with an incentive to forego present riches for future appropriation and provide a peaceful order and other collective goods.
The preponderant message of the book, however, is less of the optimism of hope than the difficulty of the struggle.