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into that place or circumstance.
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Thereinto, as for the private enterprises, the numbers of the enterprises and employees, and the registered capitals are 156,894, 1,458,883 and 612,146.
Thereinto, the echo data from both the large civil aircraft and the feeder liner contain two kinds of attitudes (flying towards or off the radar station), with the echo group numbers of flying towards the radar station eight and seven, respectively, and those of flying off the radar station ten and five, respectively.
Thereinto, the errors of active power and reactive power are obtained according to formulas (23)(24), to which the step lengths [DELTA][C.
Thereinto, red, black, green and blue represents simulated and measured [K.
Thereinto, litter size was the number born alive because the total number born in the raw data set was recorded fragmentarily in the earlier period.
The first and the second lagoon are adapted to function essentially aerobically and to contain plants having roots positioned to contact water flowing thereinto.
Imagine a "loaded" display of that innocent proposition on your computer screen, such that "clicking" on any item in it opens a window menu of associations available for exploring, from the relative nimbleness of temperate zone quadrupeds, through the history of fox hunting and its representation in painting, music, and literature, to sound tracks of hounds in full cry (with or without expert commentary) and disquisitions on animal rights - and every one of those associated "lexias" similarly loaded, another ring of keys with which one may open yet further doors, and on and on and on - no two routes through the maze ever likely to be the same, and every venturer thereinto not only a Theseus but a Daedalus, remodeling the labyrinth at will en route through it.
Thereinto, corn starch contributes over 85% to the country's total starch output in 2011.
Thereinto, the labor productivity data of each country originates from "International Statistical Yearbook" in the corresponding time sequence.