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Inverting the Paradox of Excellence: How Companies Use Variations for Business Excellence and How Enterprise Variations Are Enabled by SAP
9 ( ANI ): Scientists have found a new method to detect genetic variations that initiate colon cancer could be readily used for noninvasive colon cancer screening.
The Variations depart almost immediately from the thematic texture, opting instead in variation I for a right-hand accompaniment figure comprised of chromatic/pentatonic filigree while the left hand plays melody and accompaniment, the texture being reminiscent of a "nocturne for the left hand.
Beethoven Diabelli Variations Paul Lewis There are many estimable sets of solo keyboard variations.
They cover varieties and cross-linguistic variations, contact-induced variation, methodological issues of variation research, and variation and linguistic theory.
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Borings are needed to identify changes in general strata, top of rock elevations and quality of rock, especially if there were extreme variations in the rock profile across the site.
Julian Littlewood's The Variations of Johannes Brahms is the first published monograph devoted entirely to Brahms's variations.
Therefore, the effect of water variations on green sand properties has not been well documented.
Over the past three decades, numerous links between DNA variations in the enzymes that metabolize and/or detoxify carcinogens and susceptibility to specific cancers with exposure to environmental agents have been reported (Kelada et al.
Four single-colony subcultures of different colony morphotypes also produced colony variations that persisted in serial subcultures of single colonies.
The traditional approach to reducing thickness variations is to add a scanning gauge control system.