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The newest small Jeep borrows its underpinnings from the C-Segment platform group, including the Dodge Caliber and Jeep Compass.
This set of three DVDs takes a serious look at rhythm and pulse as the underpinning for musical expression.
The CF would be one of the primary underpinnings in a principles-based approach.
Optical discs from Valco Data Systems and a FormFast electronic and paper form generating and bar coding system--both Meditech compatible vendors--were key underpinnings to the next steps.
5 Architects the architecture of the Wellness Center is itself a metaphor--"a metaphor for wellness that reflects the philosophical underpinnings of the project," said Joe Tattoni, Design Principal.
The anger toward outsourcing among American workers has also revealed racial underpinnings in the national debate.
The underpinnings of our program include intense full-body multi-directional strengthening using both single and multi-joint exercises, with an emphasis on all the lower body muscular compartments, balance, sport-specific conditioning, and constant stress on high risk positions, avoidance techniques, and recovery strategies.
Texas, further eroded the moral underpinnings of our culture by striking down Texas' anti-sodomy law.
His talk surveyed the Kongo-derived underpinnings of tango, including candombe ("strikes with blackness"), tangana ("walk that walk"), payada (cowboy rap songs), and the funky milonga.
Painting for me is a part of the way of finding a balance between the ordered, sane, doctrinaire life of the monastery - where the underpinnings are actually liberating - and the need to express myself,'' Tupa said.
Managing editor Bill Geibler said the magazine "will expose real-world successes, as well as failures, and examine in detail the technical underpinnings of traditional and new economy firms, and the tools they use.